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GOAT MILK

With so many different types of milk on offer these days, it’s hard to know what dairy, if any, is best for our health. With nut milk options like almond, macadamia and cashew milk through to plant milks such as rice and soy — not to mention low-fat, full-cream, lactose-free and A2 milk — it’s no wonder your head is spinning in the dairy isle. Don’t worry; ours too. But, before you reach into the fridge to pick out your weekly milk of choice, let me introduce you to a new “kid” on the block: goat milk.

Despite being one of the world’s most widely consumed milks, goat milk is only beginning to gain popularity in the west. And rightly so — when ethically farmed and consumed in its raw organic state,

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