want to get the lil' guy on some real milk, but cant find it either at:
places near sukumvhit would be nice, but the places mentioned above are the closest- so it might mean some travelling.
i never liked those reports on how much steroids they put into milk. that was back home, id imagine it would be the same here.
thanks in advance!
I don't drink milk, but I was a regular at Lemon Farm in BKK when I lived there. Tons of organic and natural products and quite a few locations. It's owned by one of the princesses and all the proceeds go back to the farms that grow their produce and the people who make their goods.
They've changed their website and it's all in Thai now. Welcome to Lemon Farm
Here's a writeup in English that talks about two locations on Sukhumvit. Where to Buy Organic and Pesticide-Free Produce in Bangkok - Associated Content - associatedcontent.com
Straf. give me until tomorrow night. One of my students uses organic milk for her little one. I'll get the details and post them here.
most here is reconstituted
best brands are the chockchai
available at suk soi 23 just up the road from cowboy
or chitlada, which may not be reconstituted, but is difficult to find and im not sharing my sources, but apparently you can buy it at kampheang phet MRT exit near chatuchak and on the 7th floor of central world occasionally
chitlada is best
im not sure what you mean by organic but to be honest the sooner you come to terms with having generally shit milk here in thailand the easier your heart will be
sorry thats the way it is
villa does carry goatsmilk from time to time though
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Nat, did you notice the AC writer in your link is a former forum member?
"If you're not interested in changing where you work (and thus the student population, obviously) then a) your success at applying various and sundry teaching techniques is unlikely to have anything to do with how effective they are in general, and b) your sweeping generalizations about Thai students serve no purpose but to fuel your inertia and your feeling of being an 'insider'. Sadly (for you) few who read your sweeping generalizations will perceive it that way, but hey if it makes you feel good, knock yourself out." -zeusdogg
frannie have a look at this.
ORGANIC FOOD SUPERMARKET LEMON FARM
Although not exclusively vegetarian/vegan food outlets, a chain of seven supermarkets in Bangkok called Lemon Farm, sell organic/pesticide-free vegetables, other natural foods and health products. Once under His Majesty The King's patronage and run by Mongkhol Chaipattana Co. Ltd. since 1998, these supermarkets are now run by the Lemonfarm Cooperative selling rice and vegetables mostly from Lemon Farm's own farms and from the King's projects which promote agricultural and fishery technology to the impoverished people in outlying areas. The supermarkets also have a seating area for customers who wish to enjoy a healthy snack or meal including fresh salads from the salad bar, healthy breads, fresh juice and more.
learn more about their products,
and maps showing store locations
Health Society Co.,Ltd.
104/34 Moo1 Changwatana Rd. Thungsonghong Laksi Bangkok 10210 Thailand
LEMON FARM : Pracha Chuen
37/5 Moo1 Thasai, Muang, Nontha Buri. 11000
Tel./Fax 0-2952-5838, 0-2952-7638
LEMON FARM : Kaset Branch
1907 Phahol Yothin Rd., Ladyao, Jatujak, Bangkok. 10900
LEMON FARM : Sukumvit 39
1/2 Prom Sri Soi, Klongtan Nua, Watthana, Bangkok. 10110
LEMON FARM : Petkasem 57
263 Moo10 Peth Kasem Rd., Bangkhae, Bangkhae, Bangkok. 10160
LEMON FARM : Chang Watthana
104/34 Moo1 Chang Watthana Rd., Thoong Songehong, Laksi, Bangkok. 10210
Tel./Fax 0-2575-2222, 0-2575-3797
LEMON FARM : Ekkamai Branch
427/2 Sukumvit63(EkkaMai), Sukimvit Rd., Klongtan Nua, Watthana, Bangkok. 10110
LEMON FARM : Praditmanutham
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thanks a million guys!!!!
...and not too far from here either
hey frannie if its not there, you need to find out where to get this Chitlada milk. Comes from the kings farm and tastes just like milk should taste. Got my kids up to 5'2" at 11!!!
I get my organic (live) yoghurt at Villa, across from the Emporium, but they all have it. Your neighborhood and I'd be surprised if they didn't have organic milk. Will cost you of course.
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dont know bro, they are taller than my mom was now.
When's Lemon Farm Ram opening.
I GUUUUESS I can schlep to Ekkamai.