Do you have a source of delicious, creamy raw milk? Or, as our grandparents used to call it, milk?
If you do, you probably cringe when you have to go to the store and purchase dairy products from pasteurized milk. Well, cringe no more, because it is unbelievably easy to make your own homemade dairy products, like cottage cheese and sour cream.
And by “unbelievably easy” I mean that you pour milk into a bowl, cover it with a towel, and leave it on the counter for 2 or 3 days.
I couldn [...]
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By Dr. Brownstein
The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (AND) is the gift that keeps on giving. To me, they provide me with many blog posts and newsletter articles.
I am not only one receiving gifts from the AND. Kraft Foods just received the first endorsement of a food product from the AND. AND is a trade group representing 75,000 registered dieticians. I have written about the AND in many other blog posts ( http://blog.drbrownstein.com/time-to-get-rid-of-a-bad-law/). Rec [...]
This is the state of modern food in a country where 96–98 percent of the people rely on the other 2–4 percent for food production and giant megacorporations make everything the majority of the nation’s people eat in giant industrial factories.
Kraft, the company we called in 2013 to ask if their Macaroni and Cheese contained genetically modified wheat and the customer service person couldn’t tell us, is currently recalling a whopping 242,000 cases of their flagship Macaroni & [...]
Image creditHeather CallaghanActivist PostA San Francisco based, synthetic biohacker group has made hundreds of headlines for creating cheese without the use of cows. Young biohackerspace people from BioCurious and CounterCultureLabs make up the group.They beat out 243 other groups to take first place at this year's iGEM "jamboree" competition. iGEM stands for international genetically engineered machine. The winner's group fundraiser brought nearly $40,000 from donors - over double th [...]
Light and fluffy, homemade ricotta cheese is one of the easiest things you’ll ever make. This recipe was shared with my by Jeff, a member of our Facebook community, when I had more raw milk than I knew what to do with. It’s completely free of additives or chemicals and can be easily made from the items in anyone’s fridge or pantry.
You need milk, lemon juice, salt, and, optionally, herbs. (Since the herbs are optional, I didn’t count them in my “3 ingredients [...]
Does the FDA have a legitimate concern when it comes to aging cheese on wooden boards? Is it true that they can’t be “adequately cleaned or sanitized?” Simply put, no. As thoroughly documented by the American Cheese Society, there are a number of effective ways that wooden boards can be safely cleaned.
Some of “the most awarded and well-respected” American artisanal cheeses are aged on wooden boards, since it brings a richer, more complex flavor that can’t be duplicated when aged on [...]
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Cheese dating back more than 3,600 years has been found on mummies unearthed in the Taklamakan desert. Unappetizing chunks of the aged delicacy appear... [...]