Awesome....I do stuff like that too....I probably eat more dairy than I should, but no ill effects to this point
I was going to recommend you finding out if milk from Trickling Springs Creamery was sold in your area, but when I looked the 2 closest placesavailable were Prince Frederick MD (Spider Hall Farm) and Denison's Grocery in Colonial Beach VA. The creamery is in Chambersburg PA and they deliver all over the place in Maryland, Pennsylvania some places in Delaware, New Jersey and Virginia. Their milk is not ultra pasteurized and it's in glass bottles AND you can get non-homogenized (cream line) milk. I drive about 10 miles every one or two weeks to a store near Chesapeake City MD to get their milk.
They have fantastic ice cream and raw milk cheeses too.
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I buy Cabot full-fat Greek yogurt, but most of the yogurt I buy goes into homemade frozen yogurt.
Be careful even probiotic yogurt you make yourself can feed the opportunistic bacteria as well as the probiotic bacteria. If I was to make something I would either make homemade coconut kefir OR kimchi. If you don't have SIBO, I would still only consume yogurt at most three times a week because of this.
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I think occasional consumption of yoghurt is quite great..first of all it is highly effective in improving digestion and secondly it keeps the body fresh and active..so in my opinion every now and then consumption of yoghurt is actually necessary.
I'd not been much of a yogurt guy before finding MDA, so I approached from a perspective of seeking out the full fat stuff. Today, I tried the non-fat regular and non-fat Greek style - Stony Field and Chobani, respectively.
My gods, it's awful. It's kinda chunky, clotty, almost. Chalky taste. No wonder people say they "don't like yogurt".