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Pike Place Market Creamery and See Breeze Farms both appear in the Dining In section's feature story, The Dairies Are Half-Pint, but

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Two Local Purveyors of Dairy Featured in The New York Times

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Pike Place Market Creamery and See Breeze Farms both appear in the Dining In section's feature story, The Dairies Are Half-Pint, but the Flavor Isn't, here.

The story, which discusses the growing demand for delicious, high-quality, less-processed dairy products, includes a brief interview with Nancy Nipples of Pike Place Dairy (and a photo of her shop, decorated in black and white bovine print, tucked inside the market), as well as an image of Vashon Island's See Breeze Farms.

A few of the independent Washington dairies (and some of their most notable wares) available in the Pike Place Market Creamery:

Golden Glen: unhomogenized milk and cream in glass bottles

Sea Breeze: raw whole milk

Fresh Breeze: organic milk

Saint John's Creamery: raw goat milk

Three Greek Gods: Greek yogurt

Mother's Choice: butter

Wilcox Farms: pints of chocolate milk, sour cream, cottage cheese

Norman Brook Farms (which is now owned by Smith Brothers Farms, in Kent): milk, half and half, and cream

 
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