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Today we will hear from Natasha Simeon, a Mom, who tells the story first hand of the difficulty to get raw milk in the great state of Minnesota—where it is legal to buy it! We talk about: -Bio -History of raw milk and the rich dairy heritage in Minnesota -milk comes into the Industrial Revolution -Relevant portions of the Minnesota constitution that covers agriculture and farm sales -Correlation of stripped nutrition from dairy cows to stripped flour -The direct market farmer has to be very careful about how they care about their animals and the food they produce because they have to shake the hand of the people that buy it. -Systems that are so large when an outbreak can come from meat from a thousand cows -If the life itself is not sacred, and there is not a reverence for the life then you are totally comfortable with just irradiating the products before it goes out the door no matter how you treated the animal. -Louie Pasteur never pasteurized milk—he pasteurized wine after studying the bacteria. -When you are no longer close to the food, you have to presuppose cheap energy and a system with consequences we have yet to understand -Food safety vs. market share Pantry Paratus Website
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