For whatever reason, our milk production has not been in line with our milk consumption lately, and I'm up to my ears in cheese, yogurt, and milk.
Here's what I can offer this week:
1. Pasteurized Milk-- pure and simple. Bring me a mason jar or pitcher, and we'll fill you up. For the benefits of goat milk, check out this past post.
2. Plain goat milk yogurt -- this stuff is my weakness. My favorite breakfast is granola, yogurt, fresh berries, and honey. Yumm! Of course, Greek yogurt is a very popular (and expensive) healthy ingredient for making salad dressings and all kinds of things, and this yogurt makes a great substitute in those recipes.
3. Goat cheese -- the kind I have made right now is spreadable and great on a cracker or broiled atop a sliced garden-fresh tomato or crumbled up in a pasta salad with tomato and basil (I could go on and on). I have green onion flavor and herbs de provence flavor both available right now (John prefers the onion; I prefer the herb. That said, you really can't go wrong, they're both great!)
4. Strawberry frozen yogurt -- this stuff is so good that if you're within driving distance and don't come try some, you're just off your rocker. ;)
Of course, all of this stuff requires constant refrigeration, so it cannot be mailed. But, if anyone local would like to give some of these great goat products a try, message me or come on over. You can even meet the goat that provided the goodness, if you'd like. She's a real sweetheart. :)