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One hundred percent grass-fed ice cream

grassfed ice cream

This is not lemon custard ice cream—it's vanilla ice cream made from the milk of a 100-percent grassfed Jersey cow and eggs from pastured hens. The sunny yellow color comes from beta-carotene and similar carotenoids that are abundant in grass.

 

Ice cream from animals raised in confinement is a pale imitation of the real thing. In addition to having less beta-carotene, it has fewer omega-3 fatty acids and less vitamin E and CLA.

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