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How to Make Goat Milk Greek Yogurt

Turning our raw goat milk into homemade greek yogurt is one of our favorite ways to use our goat milk. An added bonus is the healthy probiotics and boost to the immune system my children receive. Find out how we make thicker greek-style yogurt.

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Goat Milk Yogurt

One of the foods that the children make quite often is goat milk yogurt. We love it and it is full of probiotics that help keep their gut and immune systems healthy. Here is how we make drinkable goat milk yogurt.
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15 Ways to Use Goat Milk

15 Ways to Use Goat Milk

Since we have a growing business, we keep our goat herd slightly larger than we think it needs to be, just in case we have an unexpected growth spurt. And because extra goats means extra milk, we've become very adept at using goat milk.
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What does unscented truly mean?

What does unscented truly mean?

We understand that unscented skincare products are very important for anyone who is hyper-sensitive to scent. Because of this, we want to clarify what "unscented" really means when it comes to the soaps and lotions made at Goat Milk Stuff.
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What is the Best Goat Milk Lotion?

Because of my defense and promotion of the value of goat milk, many people are surprised by the fact that I don't add any goat milk to my lotion. But there's a very good reason why I am only willing to make a solid goat milk lotion rather than a liquid.

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Is Goat Milk Soap Hypoallergenic?

Is Goat Milk Soap Hypoallergenic?

I'm always stumped by the question: "Is your goat milk soap hypoallergenic?" Why? Because the term "hypoallergenic" is pretty meaningless. Find out what that term means and what we do to make sure people with allergies have options.

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5 Reasons You Need Your Skin!

5 Reasons You Need Your Skin!

Your skin does a lot for you and plays an important role in keeping your body healthy. One simple way to treat your skin right is to use goat milk soap that will moisturize your skin with healthy ingredients. So, what does your skin do for you?
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Natural Deodorant instead of Anti-Perspirant

Why I Avoid Antiperspirant

I personally believe that the body was designed to sweat to help rid itself of toxins and to regulate its temperature. Antiperspirants typically use aluminum to stop you from sweating. Find out why we believe a natural deodorant is best for you and your skin.
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5 Reasons to Avoid Antibacterial Soaps

I have long believed that anti-bacterial soaps are not healthy and that people should avoid using them. If you're not convinced that anti-bacterial soaps should be avoided, here are five reasons why you should remove all anti-bacterial products from your home.

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What Do I Use on My Face?

What Do I Use on My Face?

People often ask which soap and lotion I use on my face. I don't have very sensitive skin, so I am able to use all the different soap scents on my face.  But what you use depends on your skin. Find out which goat milk products I recommend trying on your face. 

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Wash Your Hands with Soap

Wash Your Hands with Soap

We're big believers in using soap to wash your hands - and not just because we make soap! With a farm family of ten, there are lots of opportunities to pass germs around. Washing your hands with goat milk soap will keep your hands clean and moisturized.
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Why Organic Soybean Oil is Safe to Use in Goat Milk Soap

Why Organic Soybean Oil is Safe to Use in Goat Milk Soap

People have heard me say that I don't feed my family soy products and I don't feed my dairy goats soybeans. So why am I willing to use it as an ingredient in goat milk soap? Discover my reasons for using organic soybean oil in our soap.
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