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January 21, 2022
Why transparency? Why is this something Miller’s Bio Farm believes in so strongly? Let’s see if I can explain… Miller’s Bio Farm believes that personal choice is paramount. What you put into your body is your choice. Here’s the short version of my story.
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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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January 7, 2022
If you’ve ever made stock or broth, you know what I mean when I talk about “scum”. It’s harmless. It’s flavorless. It’s perfectly fine to eat and probably shouldn’t be given such a derogatory name. Maybe we should call it bone foam or protein puddles or broth clouds instead. So… why skim the scum?
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December 31, 2021
It’s that time of year. I’m happy to share the farm’s 2022 intentions. After all, it all wouldn’t be possible without your amazing support!
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December 17, 2021
I’ve come to realize that a huge part of cookie success comes down to butter! The quality and handling of butter can make or break a cookie recipe, even one that’s tried and true. Butter gives flavor, tenderness, and flaky layers to baked goods. It has a little liquid, which contributes to structure and rise. And, butter can enhance or inhibit gluten development, which in turn affects the shape, spread and texture of a cookie. Here are some top cookie/butter questions answered.
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December 10, 2021
If you’re reading this, then you likely provide your family with the healthiest, most nutritious foods you can… and that should include the furry members of your family, too! Cats are carnivores, and dogs are omnivores. But, both are mammals. This means that, just like humans, they started their lives drinking raw milk. Ever have your pet (at least try to) lap milk up from your glass? I have! And, it seems that there’s a good reason for that innate desire.
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December 3, 2021
Eggnog is an old fashioned drink, a very old fashioned drink. It was originally used as a health tonic, but was transformed into a fancy holiday drink a few hundred years ago. Buying eggnog from a store can be tricky due to questionable ingredients or processes. Luckily, it's quick and easy to make at home with healthy farm-direct ingredients!
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November 26, 2021
Whether you buy gifts for many people or a few, gift giving can be pretty nerve-wracking.... at least it is for me! Non-consumerist (or anti-consumerist) gifts support the idea that one shouldn't be continually buying and consuming material possessions. We buy what we need, and that’s it. I break down non-consumerist gifts into two basic categories: experience and food. Here are a bunch of suggestions for each:
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November 19, 2021
So, you have a beautiful pasture-raised soy and corn free turkey in your freezer. Now what? Here are some tips for thawing, prepping, and cooking your whole Thanksgiving turkey.
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November 12, 2021
Ever struggle with dry, brittle, damaged hair? I sure do! I love my body and use nutrient dense foods to maintain and nourish myself on the inside. Well, why not do the same for my hair? Making and using natural DIY food-based hair masks is super easy and provides deep conditioning for your hair. Here are 3 hair mask recipes that I’ve tried myself with excellent results.
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