Mooove over, cows.Goat’s milk is showing up in everything from face cream to ice cream. Like its bovine cousin, goat’s milk is a great source of calcium, protein, and vitamin B2. But it contains far less casein (milk protein) and lactose, slashing the risk of allergic reactions and intolerances. Get your goat from the following.
- Redwood Hill Farm Goat Milk Yogurt is free of antibiotics, growth hormones, GMOs, and pesticides, and is sweetened with maple syrup, honey, and fruit juice. Try the apricot mango, cranberry orange, or vanilla.
- Canus Goat’s Milk Soap is a creamy, deeply moisturizing blend with ultrahydrating lipids. Also try Canus’ Body Butter, Foaming Milk Bath, and Li’l Goat’s Milk line for children.
- LãLoo’s Goat’s Milk Ice Cream, from Sonoma County, California, contains local ingredients. Our faves: Black Mission Fig; Molasses Tipsycake; and Chocolate Cabernet, with traces of Cabernet Sauvignon and Scharffen Berger bittersweet cacao.
- Woolwich Dairy’s rennet-free Goat Brie is a tangy version of the French original. Don’t miss Woolwich’s Goat Gouda and its Madame Chèvre Elite, layered with either roasted red peppers or cranberries and port.