Alternative To Homogenized Milk Saves You Money | Recipe

Dairy lovers can have organic milk for as little as 
44 cents per liter!


Use pure filtered water and cream for a fresh-tasting cheap organic non-homogenized milk!
See how cheap your organic milk can be - calculations below.

Organic on a budget :)

500ml of  half/half cream (10%mf) 
+4.5L water = 5L of 1% Milk
+2L water = 2.5L of 2% Milk

For $4.99 (organic half/half regular price here in Newfoundland) you can get
5L of 1% organic non-homogenized milk
That's less than $1.00 per liter!



EVEN BETTER:

500ml of whipping cream (35%mf)
+ 15.5L water = 16L of 1% milk!!! (1.09%mf to be exact)
+ 7.5L water = 8L of 2% milk (2.18%mf to be exact)

AND for $6.99 (organic whipping cream regular price here in Newfoundland) you can get 16L of 1% organic non-homogenized milk - That's less than 44 Cents per liter!!



Homogenization:

Homogenization is a process which breaks down milk fat globules so they do not rise to the top. But by doing so, the structure of the fat is damaged and our bodies are no longer able to process it properly. 

Homogenized milk has been linked to many diseases including heart disease.  You may also want to try pasture raised organic goat or sheep milk as an alternative to cow milk. 

Whichever milk you choose, be sure it is organic, raw and/or pasteurized (if raw is unavailable), and always avoid homogenized milk & never purchase milk from factory farmed animals.  Remember, Mother's milk is always best for babies.


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