How much cream comes from a gallon of goat milk?

Answer Approximately 4 to 5 percent of goat's milk is cream. That equals between 5 to 7 fluid oz., or almost 1 cup per gallon. Separate the cream by straining the fresh milk into a sterile, shallow pan an... Read More »

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Can you make ice cream from goat's milk?

You can make ice cream from goat's milk, but stick with fresh goat's milk for best results. According to Gail Damerow, author of "Ice Cream!: The Whole Scoop," the higher fat content of goat's milk... Read More »

What happens if someone who is both lactose intolerant and allergic to milk accidentally intakes a drink which contains milk and cream?

Lactose intolerance leads to bloating, cramps and loose stools. Milk protein allergy has much broader reactions such as skin, respiratory, gastrointestinal [constipation or loose stools, colic, etc... Read More »

Does goat's milk contain B12?

Goat's milk contains vitamin B12, a water-soluble vitamin necessary for the proper function of your nervous and circulatory systems, according to the University of California-Davis Dairy Research a... Read More »

What is goat's milk used for?

Goats' milk can be used to make cheese, butter and other dairy products. You can drink it, put it on cereal or use in your favorite recipes. Goat milk can also be used as a milk substitute for foal... Read More »