If you’re a human, chances are you’ve eaten cheese. If you’re like most humans, chances are you eat A LOT of cheese, and in many different forms, garnishing many different foods. Be it pizza, burgers, pasta, salads, Mexican food, and more, cheese graces many a plate (can anyone think of a Chinese dish that uses cheese???).
So what if instead of your classic cow milk cheeses you replaced them with goat milk cheeses? Well, you’d get all the benefits of goat milk like less fat and calories, higher calcium, more protein, more vitamin A and other nutrients, and digestive ease!
Goat cheeses (often referred to as “chèvre”) can be found in markets nationwide and in many flavorful styles.
If you’re feeling personally motivated, check out this site on how to make goat cheese yourself:
And take a peek at Redwood Hill’s recipe page to learn how to incorporate the many goat cheeses into great overall meals:
Try goat cheese today!
The photos in this post are of a goat cheese plate made by Goat Show Doc’s own Helena Bowen for an 80+ guest party. It was the only plate to be completely consumed by the end of the night!