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You take one glass.....
opus
Fill it with vanilla ice cream, pour in raw milk, then sprinkle about a teaspoon of your favorite grind on the top and stir.
 
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ginny
WOW, I am off to buy some 'screeeem'
to try this.

ginny

thanks for posting
 
lzsbearly
That sounds too good to pass up. I think icecream will make the walk home today too.c:3c:3
L'z
 
bvwelch
Truly raw milk is hard to find these days, unless you have your own goats. :-)

But I do sprinkle the "fines" from my Zass on my ice cream along with a shot of chocolate syrup.

As a youngster, I was skinny - thin as a rail. My grandmother saw it as her personal challenge to fatten me up. Her 'milkshake' was raw milk, raw egg, ice cream and some chocolate syrup. It worked. I have not been skinny for more than 45 years. :-)

-bill

 
opus
bvwelch wrote:
Truly raw milk is hard to find these days, unless you have your own goats. :-)



Ha...I guess I am so used to having it, I think its the norm. You know, I have never tasted goat milk. We get milk from a guy that sells locally. Much easier than milking my own cows. :)
 
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Kaffee Bitte
opus wrote:
Ha...I guess I am so used to having it, I think its the norm. You know, I have never tasted goat milk. We get milk from a guy that sells locally. Much easier than milking my own cows. :)


I LOVE goats milk! When I am in the mood for a latte anymore that is the only milk I use for them. It is a bit odd compared to normal lattes but it is so thick and creamy! YUM!!!!
Lynn

"Some days it's spice, other days it's bitter dirt."
 
Favorite? How can there be such a thing?
opus
Lynn,

Dont MAKE me go out and milk a goat this spring...please!!!!
 
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