Ideal for mothers who want a real milk alternative for their cow milk and/or soy sensitive children. Enjoyed by food lovers and gourmets who appreciate its flavor and cooking versatility. Easy to digest. Higher in calcium vitamins A & B and potassium than cow’s milk. Kosher. Meyenberg® Evaporated Goat Milk is produced from the finest pasteurized whole goat milk from which half the water has been removed. Known for generations as the natural 'real milk' alternative for those that are sensitive to cow milk and/or soy products. For that rich velvety smooth sweet dairy flavor substitute an equal amount of Meyenberg Evaporated Goat Milk in recipes calling for light cream half-and-half or heavy cream. . In addition the casein curd of goat milk is typically softer and smaller than the casein curd of cow milk another reason why Meyenberg goat milk may be more easily processed by the digestive system. . Supplemented with vitamin D and folic acid it is an excellent alternative for toddlers. Ask your doctor about special uses. Goats are not treated with growth hormones. Use in your favorite recipe for a gourmet appeal
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2 out of 2(100%)customers recommend this product.
Customer reviews for Meyenberg Evaporated Goat Milk -- 12 fl oz
Review 1 for Meyenberg Evaporated Goat Milk -- 12 fl oz
Great for puppies
May 22, 2015
"I feed my puppies goats milk when I wean them from Mama's milk. Doing a one to one consistency, my puppies love this milk better than the homogenized milk in a carton. I have used this brand for many years!"
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Review 2 for Meyenberg Evaporated Goat Milk -- 12 fl oz
Great for American bully Puppy
February 20, 2014
"I wanted to buy some dry powder Gout milk but I ended up to buy this. It's a lot easier to mix with the dry dog food and help puppy to eat easier. She has gained average lbs/wk. I had some problem with unpacking the cans. It was not easy unpacking. My puppy had a good time to destroy the packing. I wish you change some other ways to pack the cans."