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Historically, cows produced milk that contained only the A2 form of beta-casein. Today, most of the milk available from the local grocery store comes from the Holstein breed which contains mostly A1 proteins. A1 and A2 proteins affect the body differently. A1 may cause adverse effects such as stomach discomfort. When A1 protein is digested in the small intestine, it produces a peptide called beta-casomorphin-7 (BCM-7). The intestines absorb BCM-7, and it then passes into the blood. Doctors have linked BCM-7 to stomach discomfort and symptoms similar to those experienced by people with lactose intolerance. The structure of A2 protein is more comparable to human breast milk, as well as milk from goats, sheep, and buffalo.
Simple Raw Milk Recipes that DO NOT work with store bought milk.
It is easy with real raw milk. Simply spoon the cream off the top and place the cream in a mason jar in your cupboard for 24 hours.
FARMER'S COTTAGE CHEESE
Heat milk to 180 degrees and add lemon juice. The curds will form instantly. Drain the cheese curds and use the left over Whey to make the most delicious lemon pie!
Scoop up the cream and place in a blender. Mix for about 10 minutes and the butter is done!
WHIPPED CREAM TOPPING
Scoop up the cream and place in a blender. Mix with powered sugar for about 5 minutes. Yummy!