From Food Renegade:
Most modern milk comes from more recent breeds of cattle producing milk abnormally high in A1 beta casein. A1 beta casein is a slightly different milk protein than the ancestral one common to more traditional breeds of cattle, sheep, goats, and even humans, known as A2 beta casein. Mountains of scientific research have been done on the subject of A1 beta casein, the way our bodies digest it, and the slew of mental and physical disorders it can cause. (For a more complete look at the research, I highly recommend you read Devil in the Milk).
Do you think that the harm done by following a low-fat diet can be undone?
Jami - the mini cattle thread - on what area of the forum? My eyes are failing me today (lack of sleep for baby I think!)
On NT - yikes you have to be mega organised don't you!!! I need to make whey, yoghurt, buttermilk etc etc before I can even start lots of the recipes. Plus lots of specialist ingredients that I'm not sure where to find here in France. Still I'm willing to give it a go. Going back to the UK to visit at the end of the month so I'm building a shopping list
Kathleen Sanderson wrote:
I found a cheese-making forum that will hopefully help me figure out how to make some of the hard cheeses that I haven't had much success with.
Alison Freeth-Thomas "heninfrance" wrote:
Ah that illusive sourdough. I've had 5 attempts at making a starter now and all have failed so I'm in awe of those of you who can get it working.
Find the book 100% rye here if you want the secrets to rye sourdough, I also made 5 attempts and was about to give up, this taught me about 5 things I needed to know to make it work. http://ryebook.nourishingdays.com/ $6 for a nice pdf copy.
Alison Thomas wrote:Ah that illusive sourdough. I've had 5 attempts at making a starter now and all have failed so I'm in awe of those of you who can get it working.