Raw Milk is a Movement Whose Time Has Come
January 31st, 2011 | Food Security, Our Food, Raw Milk, Dairy, grass-roots, health, local, Nourishing Traditions, pasteurization, raw milk, real milk, revolution, Sally Fallon Morell, traditional
Let’s take a minute to raise our glasses of fresh raw milk to our modern prophet Sally Fallon Morell who wrote Nourishing Traditions and who started this grass-roots Real Milk revolution, and thanks, of course to Weston A. Price for all of his research. There is much more to the movement for direct access to unpasteurized milk, than anyone would imagine at first glance. Modern man has been sanitized and wrapped in plastic in so many ways–we are terrified of micro-organisms–unable to touch anything without rubber gloves or rubber soles on our shoes. We have lost our connection to our roots and our ancestors’ wise traditions. The fragmentation of our local food webs, and the sanitization of our mass packaged foods has destroyed more than just our health, it has sanitized our souls and atrophied our ability to imagine, dream, create and take a chance based on the deep knowing of intuition. More about Weston A. Prices’ eleven pillars of Traditional Diets here.