Winter Vegetable Gratin
This nourishing gratin recipe contains winter vegetables and a sauce made from raw dairy. Research has shown that raw milk from cow’s grazing on grasses, and dairy products made with it, contains higher levels of essential fatty acids, such as conjugated linoleic acid (CLA). Pasteurization decreases minerals and vitamin C, and makes the vitamin A in milk much harder to absorb because the protein that assists with its absorption in the intestines is destroyed during pasteurization process. Serve gratin with sautéed winter greens and baked chicken or fish.