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CapraMilk Powdered Goat Milk

SKU: 7178

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Homemade yogurt made with goat milk tends to be rather thin but adding powdered goat milk can significantly improve the consistency.  CapraMilk is a powdered goat milk made by Mt. Capra Foods (see more below).

  • Contains: 16 ounces CapraMilk
  • Instant powdered goat milk. Now available as Whole milk and Nonfat milk powder.
  • Contains vitamins A, C, and D.
  • Excellent source of calcium.
  • Free of pesticides, herbicides, growth hormones, and antibiotics.
  • Shelf Life and Storage: Best stored in fridge or freezer, as hot temperatures can cause rancidity. When stored at room temperature, this product is best used 12-18 months from the manufacture date printed on the product packaging.


About Mt. Capra Foods

  • Mt. Capra goats freely graze on organically maintained open pasture in the Pacific Northwest, and their diets are supplemented with certified organic, GMO-free grain.
  • The milk is processed locally.
  • Mt. Capra is in the process of going through organic certification and produces milk which is free of pesticides, herbicides, growth hormones and antibiotics.


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  • From Bonnie at 9/19/2015 11:17 PM
    • How would this product be used in soap? Add as a powder or reconstituted?
    • Reconstituted, following the directions on the label. Use within 2 months for best results, since this is a fresh product.
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  • From Lynn at 5/28/2015 12:32 PM
    • How much milk does this make?
    • Approximately 4 quarts. There are sixteen 8-oz servings!
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