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May your kiddings all go smoothly
May your milk pails all be full.
May you always know the love
Of your goats, and that’s no bull!
Here wishing you a fabulous end to 2009 and a bright future in 2010!
I am on Weight Watchers so I’m always looking for healthy filling meals. This is my potato soup recipe. I hope you enjoy it!
Goodwife Farm’s Potato Soup
- 1 cup potatoes, diced but not peeled
- 1/2 cup diced onion
- 1/2 cup broccoli (fresh or frozen)
- 2 cups water
- dash of salt
- 1/2 cup goat milk
Add potatoes, onion, water and salt to pan. If using fresh broccoli, add it now. Boil rapidly until potatoes are tender. Don’t drain as alot of your water will boil off in the cooking process, . Add milk and broccoli (if using frozen) and simmer until thickened and heated through. Serve!
This is really quite yummy. I use either fresh milk or surplus milk that I’ve canned. This is a nice bowl of soup for one person. You can double or triple your ingredients to make as much as you need!
Till next time…………GOD BLESS FROM GOODWIFE FARM!
Till next time………GOD BLESS FROM GOODWIFE FARM!
This is an excellent site showing different stages of a normal kidding.
It tastes much the same as whole cow milk, but better. There are important differences in mineral and vitamin content and indigestibility. Kinder milk is the best tasting milk of all the goat breeds.
A study quoted by Dr. Barbellion of Paris at the International Congress of Medicine showed that “submitted to the action of digestive ferments, human milk and the milk of the goat were digested completely in TWENTY minutes, while the same process applied to cow milk showed only a slight advance after SIXTY minutes.”
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