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Cooking Blog Posts

January 20, 2023
The best pet food that you’ve probably never heard of is called myoglobin. You see it frequently - it’s the red, pink, or purple liquid that pools in the bottom of the bag when you thaw out a piece of meat. It’s often mistaken for blood, but it’s actually an incredibly important nutrient - for both you and your pet. Learn more about what myoglobin is and the benefits of feeding it to your pet.
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January 6, 2023
If you saw a duck egg and a chicken egg side by side, would you know how to spot the difference? Maybe, maybe not. But, there are marked difference between duck eggs and chicken eggs - physical, culinary, and nutritionally.
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December 16, 2022
Domesticated dogs and cats are descendants of wild animals and haven't had time to evolve to eat cooked foods or starchy ingredients. However, processed canned and dried foods have become the norm. Let's explore how a raw diet may benefit your pet and ways to start introducing more bioavailable foods into your dog's or cat's meals.
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December 9, 2022
For years, it’s been a dream of ours to offer salami. First, it’s delicious. Second, we love that it helps us use more of the animal (the less waste, the better). And, third, it’s pretty neat to preserve meat and make a fairly shelf stable, post-apocalyptic kind of product. It’s been quite a challenge. There are a good amount of salami makers around, but most are unwilling to adjust their recipes to be more natural. This year, we finally found Nello!
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December 2, 2022
Bioavailability refers to the proportion of nutrients our bodies can absorb when we eat food. Let's explore what bioavailability is, the types of foods we choose, how we prepare each food, what foods we combine together, and your unique body. All of these factors determine whether you are getting balanced nutrition and staying in optimal health.
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November 4, 2022
It’s definitely pie season. And, if you value the most delicious and nutrient-dense foods, you’re likely making (or are interested in making) your own pie crusts at home. Pie crust can be a little finicky. That’s why I put together an A2/A2 Einkorn All-Butter Pie Crust Recipe for you plus 11 tips for success.
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October 21, 2022
Milk foam can bring a milk-based drink to a new gourmet level… and it’s not just for cafes. Whether you’re making hot chocolate, golden milk, a cappuccino, your favorite tea latte, a fancy protein shake, or a “puppuccino” for your pets, you can froth milk at home! Here's the science behind what's going on, which will give you some guidance for successful milk foam every time.
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July 8, 2022
According to Statisa, almost 60% of chicken sales in the US are breasts. Seriously!? So many people are missing out on the incredible flavor and health and savings offered from the rest of the bird. Here are 3 nutritious, yummy, great for all seasons, and kid-friendly recipes to brighten your culinary day.
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July 1, 2022
But, I had always assumed that any change was invisible to the human eye. I assumed that any change would be undetectable. I was wrong! It’s in the cream folks, and you can 100% see it! Here’s what to look for and the science behind it.
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June 3, 2022
Here’s a quick insider scoop about our A2/A2 cheeses. If you look on the back of your cheese, you will find a not-so-pretty label that’s put on by our cheesemakers. If you look there, you can easily know the exact day that block of cheese was made. Knowing this date gives you some foodie insight. You can be a cheese prophesier and predict the taste and flavor of the cheese before it’s opened.
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April 22, 2022
Yup, Miller’s Bio Farm is on Instagram. We just love connecting with customers. We love giving folks the info they need to make educated food choices. We love sharing food and cooking inspiration. We love seeing how you’re enjoying the yummy food. And, we love chatting with you. Yup, that’s right, if you DM or tag us, we will reply!
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April 8, 2022
Spring is here, and Easter is around the corner. It got me thinking about wonderful pastured soy-free eggs that come with myriad health benefits… and did I mention they’re super yummy, too? Eggs are a common kitchen staple that most American households keep stocked. However, there is often confusion on how long eggs last and a fear about getting the dreaded “bad egg”. Let’s shed some light on this egg-ceptional topic.
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March 11, 2022
Multiple people were surprised that I did NOT recommend freezing yogurt and kefir. Their anecdotal stories told a different tale, one where you can freeze yogurt and kefir at home with varying success. There was one BIG outstanding question from these conversations - what about microbiology? Can probiotic cultures survive freezing? I did some research.
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March 4, 2022
I get so inspired by the amazing customers at Miller’s Bio Farm. One of the top customer questions that our team answers is, “How long does it last?” It’s such a hard question to definitively answer. After all, best by dates are a little ridiculous anyway. So, here's some more info to help answer this question PLUS I'm introducing our updated Shelf Life Guide for Farm Fresh Food.
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January 14, 2022
One confusing topic that seems to come up again and again with our customers is the belief that, if raw milk splits when boiled, it’s the farm’s fault. The milk must have been spoiled. Well, here’s the scientific dirt on this issue. There is one simple factor that makes milk curdle - acidity!
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