My roommate works for a local dairy farmer that sells whole UN-homogenized milk. It's awesome, it's in the old fashioned glass containers, and tastes AMAZING! My question comes in because of the fact that it isn't homogenized, this is the stuff you have to shake/mix, because the cream floats to the top (you should see the chocolate milk, made with real chocolate) ... I've had some anecdotal evidence that your body processes it differently, because the fat/cream isn't in the tiny little blobs it would be in regularly processed milk, and I know of some people who can't drink "regular" milk, but can drink this....
Can anybody confirm/deny this? Can anybody tell me any different? I've never been able to stomach skim milk, and whole milk before now has always been too rich for my liking, but this stuff is addictive. It's even helped me cut back on cream in my coffee... never did like milk in my coffee, always had to be cream, but I don't think twice about this replacing 18% cream in my coffee...
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