bit of cukes
not shitty cereal (I COULD NOT FIND A SINGLE CEREAL THAT DID NOT HAVE AT LEAST TWO UNDESIRABLE INGREDIENTS. THIS SUCKS BECAUSE I'VE BEEN CRAVING CEREAL, BUT IT ALL SUCKS.)
blueberry larabar (Couldn't find! Went with a cinnamon one and a chocolate chip cookie.)
gluten free not crap crackers (Found organic rice crackers, they were not tasty. I also don't like Mary's Gone Crackers. I'll continue my quest.)
Asian rice noodles (Mike likes these, I forgot to buy them.)
cabbageMike and I joined a local group that allows us to buy RAW MILK from a local farmer!!! Among other things. He sells so many other things also, but we've been all about the raw milk and cheese, grass fed beef, colostrum and cream. Raw dairy products are so so healing. So many of the essential vitamins and minerals in milk are destroyed by the pasteurization process, rendering your typical grocery store milk pretty much useless to your body. Not to mention that most grocery store milk is obtained from cows that are fed GMO soy and corn, and do not grow up on pastures to be grass fed, also rendering your milk useless. It also hard for a large portion of people to digest, while raw milk can be enjoyed by many lactose intolerant people.
It drives me nuts to hear completely ignorant people talk about the dangers of raw milk. How it's more likely to be infected, make you sick, carry harmful strains of bacteria, etc. A scientist performed a study on raw milk and pasteurized milk. He injected E. Coli and Salmonella into both the raw and pasteurized. The natural antibodies in the raw milk killed off the E. Coli and Salmonella, while they completely took over in the pasteurized milk. Interesting, huh?