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Real milk, real butter, real bread … real health

March 25, 2010

Here are the four strapping young soccer players from Japan that we’ve just had stay with us for a week. I was quite worried about how they would take to all my weird and wonderful natural and organic food: real cultured butter, biodynamic full cream raw milk, organic pasture-fed eggs with very yellow yolks, sourdough bread, kefir smoothies made with raw local honey…. Well, they lapped it up! Hah! What a way to my heart – it was so thrilling to see these teenage boys eating my food every day and loving it. Here they are eating french toast made from sourdough rye bread, Camille’s oh so divine cultured butter, biodynamic herdshare milk from Food Connect, kefir (well not all of them loved this but they all drank it and two couldn’t get enough of it), boiled eggs and then salad mostly collected from the garden.

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. Judy Harvey permalink
    March 26, 2010 1:47 pm

    Good for you Fillipa – give people a taste for real food and it doesn’t take long for them to feel more energy and vibrancy in their lives. You should set up a restaurant – I for one would be a customer. i find it so hard to go to any restaurant because of the hidden ingredients ie trans fats, chemical flavourings, GM ingredients.
    Education is the key and you are doing a wonderful job with your blog. Keep it up.

    • March 26, 2010 9:26 pm

      Thanks Judy. Sadly, I’m more of a health nut than a cook – that is my sister Deb’s and our mother’s domain. I’m very blessed to have some wonderful cooks around me though and to experience what it feels like to be truly nourished by delicious, healthy food. I agree with you about restaurant food – it just doesn’t appeal these days.

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