My sister-in-law recommended a book Real Food by Nina Planck. I picked it up at the library and Kyle has already finished reading it. It's next on my list. Because of this book we ventured out last weekend and found a local farm selling fresh raw milk (for only $4 a gallon!) The farmers have a small barn with a refrigerator and a cash box. You leave your money and take your milk. Ours must have been REALLY fresh. It was still lukewarm!
I used to drink my coffee black, but now I put cream in it
And yesterday I made a bechamel sauce that was sooooo good!
I have never been a fan of milk. In fact, I remember when I was little I kept
asking begging Mom for milk, but she knew I wouldn't drink it because I never did. Finally, she gave me the milk and told me no matter what, I had to finish that glass of milk. I took two sips and remembered why I hated milk. I set it on the counter and later that day that glass of milk became a power struggle. Mom won and I had to drink sour milk yelch! She claims she didn't know it had soured, but I have never had another glass of milk since then unless is was chocolate. (on a side note, I did learn a valuable lesson that day. I distinctly remember never again to ask for something food related unless I was certain I would eat it!)
Kyle persuaded me to give milk another chance. It was really good!