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Raw/Cow Milk near Lausanne

Does anyone know where to buy raw/cow milk near Lausanne or Nyon. Thanks.
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Old 24.04.2012, 20:07
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Re: Raw/Cow Milk near Lausanne

They sell raw milk at the Lausanne market on Saturday morning. There is a stand on rue de l'ale. Walking in the direction of Geneva, the stand is on the right hand side.

Link to rue de l'ale: http://maps.google.com/maps?hl=en&q=...ed=0CCAQ8gEwAA
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Re: Raw/Cow Milk near Lausanne

You can also check out the place listed under Switzerland on this link:

http://www.realmilk.com/where-other.html#sui
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They sell raw milk at the Lausanne market on Saturday morning. There is a stand on rue de l'ale. Walking in the direction of Geneva, the stand is on the right hand side.

Link to rue de l'ale: http://maps.google.com/maps?hl=en&q=...ed=0CCAQ8gEwAA
Are you sure it's raw milk & not fresh milk? It's been a while since I've been at the Lausanne market. But I've never seen non-pasturized milk on sale unless it was straight from the farm.

I'll pop over next week and have a look.
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Re: Raw/Cow Milk near Lausanne

http://www.lesjardinsdouchy.ch/index...uall&Itemid=54

yep. right in front of le petite bateau store. good caramels too!
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Re: Raw/Cow Milk near Lausanne

Hello,

just wanted to ask if MC2011 found what he/she was looking for and was happy with the product
I am coming back to Lausanne mid September and am also looking for a place to buy raw milk. All tips and suggestions are welcome
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Re: Raw/Cow Milk near Lausanne

Normally your local käserei/fromagerie will have it in a churn, and will ladle it out - you will need your own container though.
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http://www.lesjardinsdouchy.ch/index...uall&Itemid=54

yep. right in front of le petite bateau store. good caramels too!
Opps. Too late to hit "thanks".

We have fresh milk at our local store, like TiMow says it come in the churn and is ladled out into your container. The only thing I don't quite understand is that when the milk comes in it is still warm. The milk that isn't sold is put in disposable container and they put a label on it that say (bad translation) "cook before consumption". I'm not really sure if this milk is actually raw and if so why is the milk so warm if it's raw?
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Re: Raw/Cow Milk near Lausanne

I can imagine that in your neck of the woods the raw milk comes straight from the cow, thus the temperature. In my area near Zurich many farmers sell raw milk already cooled through an automated dispenser where you pop money in and the milk comes out. This milk also bears the caution " bring to 70 degrees before consuming".
It seems most pathogens found in milk are killed around that temperature. In the US as far as I know raw milk was banned for human consumption since 1969 when somebody died from a pathogen acquired from drinking it (raw milk).
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Opps. Too late to hit "thanks".

We have fresh milk at our local store, like TiMow says it come in the churn and is ladled out into your container. The only thing I don't quite understand is that when the milk comes in it is still warm. The milk that isn't sold is put in disposable container and they put a label on it that say (bad translation) "cook before consumption". I'm not really sure if this milk is actually raw and if so why is the milk so warm if it's raw?
As Simeon says, it's straight out of the cow. Often see our little milk collection guy stopping at the farm at around 6am and 6pm to collect then when he's done his round of collections it's straight off up to the local laterie.

Fresh pasturised milk on the other hand is sold, strangely under the name of milk drink , in places like Denner, Aldi, Lidl, etc, and is found in the chiller cabinet.
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Re: Raw/Cow Milk near Lausanne

I think this is warmer than straight from the cow. My theory is it gets heated up first.

The milk from the milk dispenser thing is more creamy colored then the milk from the laiterie.

I'm just going to have to face the potential humiliation as a "city girl" & ask.
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I can imagine that in your neck of the woods the raw milk comes straight from the cow, thus the temperature. In my area near Zurich many farmers sell raw milk already cooled through an automated dispenser where you pop money in and the milk comes out. This milk also bears the caution " bring to 70 degrees before consuming".
It seems most pathogens found in milk are killed around that temperature. ...
Isn't heating raw milk to 72°C for 15 secs known as "pasteurisation"?
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Re: Raw/Cow Milk near Lausanne

We buy ours straight from the farmer before it goes to the laterie, it's always warm and at CHF1 a litre it's a cool price.. (you do need your own container, trying to run home with it tricking through your fingers might only seem like a good idea if your vodka never froze)..
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We buy ours straight from the farmer before it goes to the laterie, it's always warm and at CHF1 a litre it's a cool price.. (you do need your own container, trying to run home with it tricking through your fingers might only seem like a good idea if your vodka never froze)..

Do you mind sharing that farmer? I am desperate for some good milk!
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We buy ours straight from the farmer before it goes to the laterie, it's always warm and at CHF1 a litre it's a cool price.. (you do need your own container, trying to run home with it tricking through your fingers might only seem like a good idea if your vodka never froze)..
Yes! Me too.. I really want to get some milk that hasn't been in any way touched by any technologies. Straight from the cow, so to say.

And the price sounds really nice, too.
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Do you mind sharing that farmer? I am desperate for some good milk!
It will mean a trip to Gruyere, he can aslo sell you meat by the box full, or even a whole animal if you have a big freezer, so much cheaper and nicer than anything you get in the supermarket...
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Yes! Me too.. I really want to get some milk that hasn't been in any way touched by any technologies. Straight from the cow, so to say.

And the price sounds really nice, too.
From the tit to your tongue !
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It will mean a trip to Gruyere, he can aslo sell you meat by the box full, or even a whole animal if you have a big freezer, so much cheaper and nicer than anything you get in the supermarket...
Little too far to take the train every other day for some milk

I would like to find a farmer that sells raw milk about 30 minutes away from Paquis with the bus!

And while I have crazy wishes I would like that cheese would never make you gain any weight!
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Re: Raw/Cow Milk near Lausanne

For me only raw milk can be called 'bio'. Everything else has gone through a factory process.
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For me only raw milk can be called 'bio'. Everything else has gone through a factory process.
Also, if the raw "bio" milk producing cow have been fed something which has not been classified as Organic? If so, how can Raw milk always be Bio (or even organic)?
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