Sunday Snapshot: Amish Butter

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Grass-fed Amish Butter


We get Amish butter from a local farm once per year in the spring. Spring is the time of year when the grass is growing rapidly, and when the cows graze on this grass it fills their milk with Omega-3 (which is concentrated in the butter). I bought 18 tubs to keep in the freezer. When we got home my kids dug into it with spoons. They know what’s good for them!!! Notice how bright yellow it is from all of the Vitamin A (also has Vitamin D &K2!). This is really good stuff!

If you can’t find any near you, you can always order THIS KIND online 🙂

To read more about the health benefits of butter, click the links below:

Order supplements through my Fullscript store.

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