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Cutie is right!!!!
do you live near a farm?
You are so lucky you can get milk straight from a goat! I was looking the other day to see where I could get fresh goat milk. No kidding. I didn't find any.
Mary, check out http://realmilk.org/ .. .there may be a supplier near you listed there, or one who can point you in the right direction.db, this was on a little "ranchette" about 25 minutes away (if the traffic's good). I'll post more photos and details tomorrow.Cute and very awesome, katy and alecto! It really was fun.
Yes cute! and how cool is that knowing just who is supplying the milk!
I get raw milk from Larga Vista Ranch every two weeks and it's a real treat! I split a milkshare with some friends. Am trying my hand at cheese-making right now. Last week we made our own panir for sag panir - very tasty. Mozzarella is next on my list. And kefir. All part of my eating local focus after reading Barbara Kingsolver's book, Animal, Vegetable, Miracle.DaniLocalvores of Coloradohttp://groups.yahoo.group/localvores-co