"Moo to You" is an Orlando,Florida food co-op that ships farm fresh,100% grass fed raw dairy, meats, eggs, lacto-fermented food, fresh breads and more, down from an organic farm in Pennsylvania. Miller's Organic Farm is an Amish, family farm that follows the grass based farming principles promoted by The Weston A. Price Foundation. Their cows are on a high forage diet and are fed no grain to ensure a higher quality, more nourishing and better tasting food. There are no synthetic fertilizers, hormones, or antibiotics used on their farm.
The co-op members all share in the shipping cost and order twice a month. Please click on the product page above for product list, pricing and shipping cost. We pick-up our orders in the Waterford Lakes area, Orlando, Mondays,11:00am, bi-weekly .
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"I will provide grass in the fields for your cattle, and you will eat and be satisfied". . Deuteronomy 11:5
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Making Soaked Breads:
Click photo. Find out more about "Fresh" the movie.
Joel Salatin, owner Polyface Farms:
Respecting the Design of Creation
Mark McAfee, owner of Organic Pastures, Cal.:
The Whole Truth About Raw Milk
"Fresh" the Movie: Preview
about where your food comes from and why it's important to your health!
Please click on the photo to get the recipe for this prefermented "%100 Whole Wheat Sandwich Bread", recipe by Peter Reinhart. After soaking, the phytic acid becomes neutralized and the gluten becomes tolerant and easier to digest. Also soaking grains increases absorption of many vitamins, especially B vitamins.
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Learn about heirloom vegetables and where to buy seeds on the "gardening" page. Watch for an article coming soon on "soil organisms" and why they are important to your health.
Farmageddon is a documentary about the escalating fight for food rights in America.
Farmageddon is truly the documentary movie that we've all been waiting for. It's about raw milk, farm families harmed by the overreach of government, food safety legislation, and consumer food rights.
Also go to www.ftcldf.org to find out more info regarding this film.