4. Goat’s milk is trendy.
All the cool kids are drinking it. Foodies call it “a gourmet beverage.” It’s talked about in the New York Times. It’s sold at grocery stores like Whole Foods, Pathmark, and Shop Rite, as well as various gourmet and health-food specialty stores. But we like it best when it comes from our own back yard.
3. Goat’s milk tastes udderly delicious…even without a side of cookies.
We know….we’ve tried it! Goat’s milk is a treat for your palate. Savory and sweet, it has its own unique verve. It provides a refreshing flavor change that will awaken and delight your tastebuds.
2. Goat’s milk is healthy and nutritious, too.
It has all the dietary benefits of other milks: it strengthens bones, teeth, and muscles, and helps keep your metabolism healthy. It has more protein, calcium and potassium than Cows’ milk. It has lots of essential vitamins and minerals. Low in fat and easy to digest, it can even be enjoyed by people with sensitive tummies.
1. The Cows would like a vacation!
They’d like you to know that Goat’s milk is not just a yummy beverage. It can also be used to make all kinds of dairy treats. Amazing cheeses, like feta, ricotta, and chevre, are made from goats’ milk. Goats’ milk can be used to make tasty, healthy ice creams. It can also be the base for flavorful yogurts and kefir.