BreakfastI'm pretty boring when it comes to breakfast. I don't have a lot of time in the morning so I like to eat something that doesn't take very long to prepare. Hence cold cereal. In the cooler months, I usually switch to quick oats in the microwave.
A few months ago, I discovered 'bobby calves' - which are calves born to dairy cows (who need to be pregnant to produce milk). The calves are taken away from their mom almost immediately after birth and transported (usually) to an abattoir and made into dog food (amongst other things). There are millions of bobby calves slaughtered each year so that we can drink milk.
I did some google searching and emailed a few smaller dairy farms in Australia and found a couple that don't slaughter their bobby calves immediately after birth. Barambah Organics is a company based in Brisbane that sources its fresh organic milk from its own farm at Glenarbon, situated on the Dumaresq River, on the NSW/QLD border and they don't send their bobby calves to the abattoir. And the milk is unhomogenised. Cream top people, cream top! By the way, I wasn't perked or paid by Barambah Organics, I'm just a happy, loyal and vocal customer!