Delightful people with a little too much time on their hands
Oh, what's the problem? This is hardly Great Literature. I'd appreciate anything taken from here being acknowledged, and I might change my mind if I'm suddenly proclaimed as the Literary Queen of the Blogosphere - but I probably wouldn't. Do what you like, just as long as it doesn't extend to defamation of anyone, even me.
Actually, you want to pass off what I say as your own, I might even be flattered. Let's face it, who cares anyway?
Lovely! I love proper full-fat milk!!
*wants one for my collection*
Just a thought: Does 'raw' mean 'unpasteurised'? And a shame it's not a pint (568 ml).
Certainly, BW, I'll get you one.
Yes, Tim, unpasteurised, straight from the cow. Jonny's learning cheesemaking too, that's his next venture.
John, I've got to rescue you from spam, and I don't know why your comments usually end up there and I apologise. It's lovely milk - not that I use a lot of it myself, but when I do I don't bother with the skimmed sort. I go for quality over quantity every time!
How delightful! I do envy you the freshness and ease of purchase! we have too many rules here at times! xox
What a splendid sight. I used to love drinking fresh milk straight from the dairy - it isn't at all like pasteurised.
Very rigorous health and hygiene checks, of course. You take your bottle (plastic ones are free) and put £1 in the machine and it dispenses a litre of milk into the bottle as you hold it. Ice cream, eggs and the glass bottles are paid for into an honesty box.
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