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Topic: Homeroast Digest, Vol 42, Issue 10 (6 msgs / 483 lines)
1) From: Dave Preston
If you don't like the cold press as a beverage you can always use it
as a flavoring for baking or cooking. I made some coffee ice cream
with some this past weekend using the raw milk from the farmer's
market and made ice cream sandwiches. It beats the pants off of the
instant espresso/coffee powder.
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2) From: Rich
I thought the Safe Food Act put an end to raw milk....
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3) From: Mike Chester
There is a process for getting raw milk certified safe.  I understand it is 
quite expensive and requires a lot of work.  Many selling at farmer's 
markets skip that technicality. Besides, just because something is not 
legal, does not mean that it is not available.   But I am sure that you 
already knew that.
Mike

4) From: Peter Louton
I have friends who have bought "shares" of cows and they get a certain amount of raw milk every week.  My co-op carries raw milk cheeses that are made in Ohio and are really yummy, but they have to be aged for a certain amount of time and no soft cheeses are allowed, but the specifics of the law are unknown to me. 
Peter
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On Jul 13, 2011 16:43, Mike Chester <mchet> wrote: 
There is a process for getting raw milk certified safe.  I understand it is 
quite expensive and requires a lot of work.  Many selling at farmer's 
markets skip that technicality. Besides, just because something is not 
legal, does not mean that it is not available.   But I am sure that you 
already knew that.
Mike

5) From: Rich
Of course I know that. I also know the the Safe Food Gestapo is out and 
about trolling the farmers markets. After they got through busting all 
the little kid's lemonade stands they have to do something.
As to raw milk I believe that irradiation will do the job but I doubt if 
that has been officially certified.
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6) From: Steve Sakoman
On Wed, Jul 13, 2011 at 1:28 PM, Rich  wrote:
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"They" are trying hard to do that, but laws vary state by state.
My wife and I recently went to see a documentary that covered this
topic in great detail:http://farmageddonmovie.com/Warning: if you are the type that cares about the quality of your food
and where it comes from, be prepared to be pissed off by the end of
the movie!  I suspect most home roasters fall into this category :-)
Here in California it is still legal -- I can buy raw milk products at
the local health food store.
Steve
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