Sunday, January 18, 2009

Snowville Creamery Non-homogenized Milk

For those interested in milk that hasn't been ultrapasteurized or homogenized, one alternative to buying a herdshare is non-homogenized milk. It's not easy to find, though.

Madison's at Findlay Market is now carrying Snowville Creamery (in Meigs County near Athens, Ohio's local-eating mecca) pasteurized but non-homogenized milk at $2.99/half gallon for whole, 2%, and fat-free.

Because the milk hasn't been ultrapasteurized or homogenized, it's usable by home cheesemakers. It won't provide the same quality cheese as raw milk, but for those who can't join a herdshare, it's probably the next best available choice.

5 comments:

cincyscenes said...

hey valeree -- good to see this piece. we've been getting the snowville creamery milk at whole foods, so it's also available there. --shannon

valereee said...

Thanks, Shannon!

liz said...

i LOVE snowville creamery... i use their whipping cream to make my butter. sooooo delicious!

Trainwreck said...

This Saturday, June 6, at the Rookwood Commons Whole Foods, Snowville Creamery will be making ice cream with bicycle power.

Anonymous said...

For those that live on the Eastside I found it at Wholefoods store off Mason Montgomery for the same cost.