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Old 08-25-2008, 06:23 AM - Thread Starter
 
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Are there any grocery stores in St. Louis selling unhomogenized organic (and preferably not ultra-pasteurized) milk?

Apparently this is a tall order to fill. Seems like a lot of people would like it...
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There is a brand of milk "Farmers" - its Amish, and unhomogenized, VAT pasturized, and organic. It is available at Dierbergs, Whole Foods, and Wild Oats. And its very yummy.

Here is their website. http://www.farmersallnaturalcreamery.com/

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I've purchased pasteurized but unhomogenized milk at Dierbergs - the one off Brentwood. It's in weird shaped bottles - slender at the top and larger at the bottom, plastic. They make good maracas when empty and filled with beans.

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Thank you!! I'm actually closest to the one off Tesson Ferry, so I'll start there and work my way north. I tend to stay out of Dierbergs because I buy so many things I don't actually need. Thanks so much!
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Yep - we buy that Farmer's Creamery milk... we usually get it at Dierbergs, but it's $1-2 cheaper at Whole Foods.

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I was in Arnold today so I stopped in that Dierbergs. They seemed to carry only buttermilk and skim milk from that brand, and they had no skim milk in stock. I didn't have time to go anywhere else. I may just have to make a special trip to WFM once a month and buy in bulk, especially if it really is less expensive... supposing unhomogenized milk behaves well after being frozen? I've never actually frozen milk before.

This is a great excuse to go to WFM! DH doesn't know what's coming. I buy Earth Balance at the health food store but I'm betting it's less expensive at WFM as well.
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