CapraMilk: Powdered Goat Milk

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Mount Capra Powdered Goat Milk CapraMilk

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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. 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.

Contains: 16 ounces CapraMilk

  • Instant powdered goat milk
  • Contains vitamins A, C, and D
  • Naturally homogenized
  • Excellent source of calcium
  • Free of pesticides, herbicides, growth hormones, and antibiotics

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  • From Cat at 10/22/11 3:56 PM
    • Once the container is opened, does it need to be refrigerated? used up in a specific amount of time? Or, can it be kept in the pantry, once it has been oped, at room temperature?
    • Capra powdered goat milk does not need to be refrigerated. Just keep it in a cool, dry place after opening, and it is good for 18 months, according to the manufacturer.
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  • From Judie Wolfe at 4/7/12 6:00 PM
    • Can I make your starters in an Easiyo yogurt maker?
    • We carry thermopillic and mesophillic yogurt starters. Thermophillic yogurt cultures at about 110º. Thermophillic requires a yogurt maker that can maintain that temperature. Mesophillic cultures at room temperature and therefor, no yogurt maker is required.
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  • From Michelle at 4/16/12 5:38 PM
    • How much powdered goat milk do you add to one quart of fresh goat milk for thickening in the yogurt making process?
    • As a general rule of thumb, if using fresh goat milk, for every 3-4 cups fresh milk use 1/2 to 1 c. powdered milk solids.
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  • From Karen Lee at 3/14/13 1:56 PM
    • What level of pasturization/ heat was this milk processed at?
    • From Mt. Capra: We pasteurize at 145 degrees for 30 minutes, which is the lowest allowable temperature for pasteurization.
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  • From Kath Roberts at 4/2/13 8:41 PM
    • Is this product gluten-free and corn-free?
    • Yes, the only ingredient is Powdered Goat Milk.
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  • From DeAnn at 4/16/13 11:28 AM
    • what are the goats fed? it could be GMO contamiated
    • From the manufacturer:

      Our goats are 100% free range and grass fed. Their food supply is free of pesticides, herbicides, growth hormones and they are not treated with antibiotics. Although we operate a farm and facility that for all intents and purposes follows the guidelines of being organic we are not certified. Official certification is currently in the works and we plan to be certified in the near future.
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  • From Jean at 4/22/13 9:03 PM
    • Can powdered goat milk be added to raw cow milk to thicken it in the yogurt making process?
    • When adding milk solids to yogurt, it is important not to mix protein sources as doing so can lead to unpredictable and often undesirable results. For example, when using fresh cow milk, use cow-based milk solids; when using fresh goat milk, use goat-based milk solids.
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  • From Christina at 5/31/13 10:45 AM
    • Is anything added to the milk when you dehydrate it?
    • Nothing added at all :)
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  • From maurita at 8/31/13 8:57 AM
    • how is the goat's milk dried? does it go through a high heat process the same as "regular" powdered milk, or is it a better process?
    • Mt. Capra uses Refractance Window Drying® technology. Mt. Capra indicates on their website that this is the gentlest method to dry fresh whole foods. It is a unique, self-limiting dehydration method that uses infra-red light, rather than direct extremes of temperature, to remove water from food.
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  • From Marsha at 4/24/14 2:08 PM
    • Can this be used just to make goat milk for drinking? There is no local source for fresh where I live.
    • Yes, this will make up a great milk for drinking.
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I have a cow's milk allergy, and we live far away from any goat's milk dairies, so making my own milk kefir or cheeses has only been a dream. Until I found CapraMilk! Works just like powdered skim milk, but is much creamier - and healthier. I finally made ricotta (using products from CFH) and it was delicious! Even my picky hubby loved it. Thank you so much for offering an alternative for people like me. (Posted on December 23, 2013)
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