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Which potato would you rather eat?

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A tale of two calves — one calf was fed on raw milk, the other on pasteurized

Here are the preliminary results (June 3), as reported by Michael Schmidt:

Raw milk fed calf

To understand the results of our raw milk experiment it is important to tolerate the so called scientific demands. That means in order to get accepted and being taken seriously by the scientific establishment you need to have 100 or 200 or 300 or may be even 1000 calves to make a scientific valid point .However the simple fact that the so called experts have not yet entered into a joint research project as proposed by me already in 1994 has given me even a greater confidence that the results we have seen with these two calves are credible and significant. They are in fact supporting the findings of Pottenger’s cat study, which as well has been ignored and ridiculed. Continue reading

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A tale of two calves — a taste test of raw and pasteurized milk-fed veal calf meat

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Cava is pleased to welcome dairy farmer and activist Michael Schmidt and invites you to a unique Glencolton Farms Veal Dinner.

Please join Chefs Chris McDonald and Doug Penfold and their guest Michael Schmidt at Cava on Tuesday, June 1st for an evening showcasing the special veal of Schmidt’s Glencolton Farm.

Here is a rare opportunity to taste and discover the gastronomic value of raw milk versus pasteurized milk in a unique context. Continue reading

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Elizabeth Walling’s 23-day raw milk fast

Thanks to Anne-Marie Michaels for the heads up on this exciting story. This is from a report by Elizabeth Walling of The Nourished Life blog. That report appears as a guest post on Matt Stone’s 180 degrees health blog. Here’s an excerpt:

Elizabeth Walling -- the "fast" woman

“It’s now time for the greatly-anticipated results of Elizabeth Walling’s milk mania.  How did it go?  As expected.  She had the full-on milk diet experience as described by the old-schoolers like J.E. Crewe, Bernarr MacFadden, and Charles Sanford Porter.  How’s this for a kickoff to Milk-Man Michael Miles’s upcoming milk diet website?

I guess this is as good a time as any to also reveal some news.  I’ll be doing the milk diet for most of the month of May while in California.  I can’t wait.  I’ll be blogging like a madman.  Anyway, without further ado, here’s Elizabeth Walling, a woman who clings to the word “Nourish” and who has taken the concept to new heights.  Thank you so much Elizabeth.  May this inspire many out there in desperate need of a health “miracle.” …” Continue reading

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