Able900 wrote: 2) Even though the chicken is organic, unless you know the people who raised the chicken or unless the label specifies that there were no hormones or antibiotics or in fact, nothing of a foreign nature given to the chickens then you really don’t know for a fact that they are completely ‘clean’ chickens.
This is something I was worrying about today. The organic milk I was looking at only mentioned pesticides, not hormones, antibiotics or the type of feed. When I get around to making kefir, I’m not sure what I’m supposed to use. Goat’s milk is too expensive and there’s only a non-organic variety in my local supermarkets. I guess I’ll have to try contacting the manufacturer.