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    LOL. Always check OP date! I haven't had some super nog in a while, but mmmm... it's calling! I have access to grass fed heavy cream and pastured eggs now. Might have to splurge soon.
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    Quote Originally Posted by healthy11 View Post
    Oh... haha! Didn't realize this thread was two years old...
    Talking about chowing-down on fat never gets old.

    Today I modified my "fat shake"; experimented with 50g coconut oil (instead of 200g heavy cream) + 6 raw eggs. Drank 1/2 pre-workout, 1/2 post. Actually this seemed to work better for me than cream. The coconut oil gave a rush of energy, and not such a heavy feeling. Post workout it felt very fortifying and energizing. Plus it's sort of "tropical-eggy" which is weirdly tasty.

    Next going to try coconut milk...but being based in NE Asia need to go on a special mission to the foreign foods market.

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    Most cream is ultra high temperature pasteurized, not paleo/primal after that.
    Product changed/damaged.
    Companies are doing that to increase shelf life for distribution logistics. Doesn't even need to be refrigerated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by springnr View Post
    Most cream is ultra high temperature pasteurized, not paleo/primal after that.
    Product changed/damaged.
    Companies are doing that to increase shelf life for distribution logistics. Doesn't even need to be refrigerated.
    Fortunately a couple of stores near me carry Kalona cream. Grass-fed, low-temp pasteurized, and just fantastic stuff.

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    Kalona Supernatural is bad ads! Currently my #1 choice when it comes to heavy cream. #2 is Strauss Family Creamery. I wish Kalona wasn't $8 per bottle though. If I had the option, I'd drink it by the gallon. SO DELICIOUS!
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    I have these two available, but look at Horizon "Organic" when in the grocery store, or most any on the shelf.

    Dungeness Creamery , raw, Jersey cows

    Twinbrook Creamery , low heat vat, Jersey cows
    Last edited by springnr; 03-21-2013 at 10:47 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr. Bork Bork View Post
    Kalona Supernatural is bad ads! Currently my #1 choice when it comes to heavy cream. #2 is Strauss Family Creamery. I wish Kalona wasn't $8 per bottle though. If I had the option, I'd drink it by the gallon. SO DELICIOUS!
    Our store now carries 8 oz. bottles for $1.85 or $1.35, I forget which.

    Breakfast size, right?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Twibble View Post
    Our store now carries 8 oz. bottles for $1.85 or $1.35, I forget which.

    Breakfast size, right?
    8 oz = 1 cup, right? 800 cals of insane deliciousness.... Yeah, I'd call that breakfast size lol
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