I love milk. Thank goodness I didn’t inherit any lactose intolerant genes and if I did, I don’t notice it. I’m a dairyholic. I love greek yogurt, Le Petite Basque sheep milk yogurt from France, cheeses, flan, panecotta, ice-cream, and of course plain old milk.
I know it’s not healthy. It’s fattening. We really don’t need it. Nevertheless I submit but I try to have the healthiest available. Your Dekalb Farmer’s Market sells Farmer’s Creamery grass-fed milk from Kalona Iowa. It’s non-homogenized but VAT pasteurized. I’m always eager to eat the cream top. For a higher price Rainbow Natural Foods also sells this product.
Alon’s bakery also sells good milk called Johnston Family Farm, non-homogenized w/cream top but their milk isn’t grass-fed. It’s still good. FYI Farmer’s Creamery doesn’t always sell grass-fed either. You need to look at the container.
I don’t know where else you can get cream-top milk but call your local health food or specialty stores. I’ve listed 2 brands above so hope that helps.