I know we’ve had discussions about organic on here and the pros and cons. But I must say, I found pasteurized, non-homogenized whole milk this past weekend and it took me nearly all the way back to my childhood. And I found it at an outdoors marketplace in the organic section.
Does anyone know why it would still be considered organic if it has been pasteurized?
And just because the whole thing made me giddy, I also found fresh churned butter, fresh sweet cream, Amish cheeses, warm buttery croissants, local honey with the comb still in and my all time favorite, sausages! Raised without hormones and antibiotics as the sign was so careful to add.
I’m actually counting down the hours until 9 am Sat so I can go back and find new things that make my mouth water!