Cleopatra's Bath Milk for NSW / QLD
Here's a list of suppliers for NSW (Other states are listed too)
If you dont have any luck there I can give you a contact for Bondi Junction.
Aphrodite's Bath Milk for VIC
Best place to source this is at the Melbourne Farmers Market
Thank-you for that infromation...
yepo im in sydney so im gona get into that cleopatras bath milk!!!
Originally Posted by Jesper
Hawaii, you bastard!
lets see, it would be winter there, very nice weather and big surf on the North shore... enjoy Holie
I'm getting closer to raw milk. Got pasturised unhomogenised milk.
Dang it taste's good! Even the chunky bits hehehe.
Details: Bought at local organic shop, had 1lt and 2lt sizes;
Norco Unhomogenised Perfect Organic.
Only unpasturised is Raw Milk.
Originally Posted by C_T
However organic, unhomogenised is far better than conventional products. You can buy a similar product at safeway, coles called 'Pauls Bio-Dynamic Unhomogenised milk.
yea thats what i use belmont! great stuff! *thumbs*
I read the bottle after my post, hence the edit "getting closer to raw milk"...
Originally Posted by Belmont
I thought i was the real stuff in the shop till i posted and the side said pasturised :(
Getting closer though...
i just got some milk straight from a dairy farm it has been pasturised to remove potentialy harmful bacteria but its Unhomogenised and is full cream of course! it tastes alot richer than pauls organic full cream?
i was jus wondering if this is still ok to use and wont put fat on?
I wouldn't think milk with the original fat content would be a good idea for a "fat lean" diet.
Milk has a high amount of sugar (lactose), fat content, and protein.
With combined sugar and fat, it is *designed* for calves to *put on fat fast* as well as muscle growth.
Whilst this formula is probably good for bodybuilding, you should read up on how fattening it will be too. If it's excessive, you'll have to go on a cutting diet before having built much muscle. It's probably good for someone on 'roids:D
if its produced from clean healthy cows their should be no need to pasturize as it would be fine to drink, you will never find RAW milk in a supermarket that is unpasturetzed as it is illegal to produce and market as raw milk.
THE MILK WILL ONLY BE AS GOOD AS WHAT THE COW IS FEAD AND HOW IT LIVES.
might do some research! its damn good milk but yea might be a lil to good;)