Post Run Egg Nog

Mmm, egg nog, mmm…
Did you know egg nog can actually be good for you? Not the sugar/artificial everything laden stuff in the supermarket but the yummy homemade goodness using fresh from the farm ingredients. The only thing I bought from the store on the ingredients list are the spices. Even the the vanilla extract is homemade!
Full of good proteins, good fats and good simple sugars, this is my new post-workout food of choice. It’s also full of raw milk and eggs so according to the FDA, I’ll die from this or at least get really sick. It’s a wonder mankind has survived all these years without their wise advice *hint of sarcasm*. I won’t go into the safety of raw milk and eggs, you can find it yourself easy enough. Just make sure you get your milk and eggs from a good farm. Raw milk from your local commercial dairy actually might kill you. There is a BIG difference between commercial dairies and organic/raw dairies. Big!
ETA: If you want to read a good articles about the safety of raw milk, here is one
Good-for-you Egg Nog

  • 1 cup fresh raw milk (yogurt or kefir taste yummy too and make it GAPS legal)
  • 2 fresh eggs from pasture fed chickens (high in vitamin D and omega 3’s)
  • 1/2 tsp honey
  • dash of cinnamon and nutmeg
  • few drops of vanilla extract

Whirl everything together in a blender (I use my submersion blender) and drink up!
*From Ramiel Nagel’s book “Cure Tooth Decay.”

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2 comments to Post Run Egg Nog

  • Wayne


    I had the fermentation bug hit me out of the blue a couple of months ago. Now sauerkraut, kimchi, kefir and kombucha later, I am amazed I didn’t pay attention earlier.

    Your work on your website devoted to fermentation is inspirational!

    Thank you

    P.S. Last week I made from my garden an Indian style sauerkraut-ish kimchi-ish experiment. Ingredients from my garden: Moringa leaves, vates kale, lacinto kale, Portugese tree collard, large broccoli leaves, cabbage, onion, garlic, variety of peppers hot and sweet, ginger, salt, curry spices. It should be a nutritional bomb. I hope it tastes good too.

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