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    Percyfaith
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    I am looking for Yogurts that might agree with me.

    I do not normally eat dairy so this is not an area I have any knowledge about.

    Ferments are also not supposed to be friendly to my Histamine Intolerance.

    Why am I looking for these?- to take medically (I do not think not ongoing) with the hope that the benefit will outway the down side.

    Looking for clean products, organic, grass fed, low ingredients, no sugars flavors, carrageenan etc.

    For Goat Yogurt I am trying Yo-Goat I get from Whole Foods http://www.coachfarm.com/yogoat/yogoat.html

    I had been using http://www.cocokefir.com/ I get from a local small health grocery.
    CocoYo is a powerful live probiotic coconut yogurt-like food made from cultured raw young coconut meat and other natural ingredients. It is dairy and gluten free, soy free, naturally low in sugar and contains over 25 billion cfu live probiotics per 4oz. serving!

    and inner-eco from Whole Foods
    inner-eco http://www.inner-eco.com/

    I stopped using these about 2 months ago when I was concerned about Histamine Intolerance.

    I should most likely make my own but do not have time or access to Raw Milk right now.

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    raster
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    The only problem with the yogurt you linked to is that its not organic and they may use antibiotics. I looked at their website and they don’t mention anything about not using antibiotics.

    Wherease you compare to this brand, they do mention its organic and does not contain antibiotics:
    http://www.redwoodhill.com/farm-and-creamery/organic-natural/

    Thats the main thing to be concerned with imo…

    -raster

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    Percyfaith
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    raster;59839 wrote: The only problem with the yogurt you linked to is that its not organic and they may use antibiotics. I looked at their website and they don’t mention anything about not using antibiotics.

    Wherease you compare to this brand, they do mention its organic and does not contain antibiotics:
    http://www.redwoodhill.com/farm-and-creamery/organic-natural/

    Thats the main thing to be concerned with imo…

    -raster

    Thanks for noticing that. I did not and that is important to me too1

    I’ve seen that Red Wood Hill brand and will get that.

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    Percyfaith
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    raster;59839 wrote: The only problem with the yogurt you linked to is that its not organic and they may use antibiotics. I looked at their website and they don’t mention anything about not using antibiotics.

    Wherease you compare to this brand, they do mention its organic and does not contain antibiotics:
    http://www.redwoodhill.com/farm-and-creamery/organic-natural/

    Thats the main thing to be concerned with imo…

    -raster

    Hi Raster

    http://www.redwoodhill.com/farm-and-creamery/organic-natural/
    Just so you know I just spoke with Red Wood Hill and they are not certified Organic

    Their Web site states:
    “Why are our products not labeled organic, when our creamery is Certified Organic? Even though we farm organically, we are unable to obtain 100% organic feed for our goats“.

    http://www.coachfarm.com/yogoat/yogoat.html
    I spoke to Yo-Goat too and think they are most likely ok too.

    –Still I do think Red Wood Hill is the better choice.

    Again, Thank you for letting me know about them!

    Percyfaith

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    raster
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    Percyfaith;59853 wrote:

    The only problem with the yogurt you linked to is that its not organic and they may use antibiotics. I looked at their website and they don’t mention anything about not using antibiotics.

    Wherease you compare to this brand, they do mention its organic and does not contain antibiotics:
    http://www.redwoodhill.com/farm-and-creamery/organic-natural/

    Thats the main thing to be concerned with imo…

    -raster

    Hi Raster

    http://www.redwoodhill.com/farm-and-creamery/organic-natural/
    Just so you know I just spoke with Red Wood Hill and they are not certified Organic

    Their Web site states:
    “Why are our products not labeled organic, when our creamery is Certified Organic? Even though we farm organically, we are unable to obtain 100% organic feed for our goats“.

    http://www.coachfarm.com/yogoat/yogoat.html
    I spoke to Yo-Goat too and think they are most likely ok too.

    –Still I do think Red Wood Hill is the better choice.

    Again, Thank you for letting me know about them!

    Percyfaith

    Well the antibiotics thing is more important than organic imo. The goats feed on the fields for a portion of the season so it is organic most of the time I bet.

    -raster

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