Yes. Goat's milk. Goat's milk much more closely resembles human milk. Contrary to popular belief, goat's milk is far more consumed throughout the world than cow's milk. It also has a much lower protein content, which is where many people experience issues when dealing with dairy. In addition, the fat molecules in goat's milk are much smaller than in cow's milk, so goat's milk is NOT homogenized. That is a HUGE plus as it's the homogenization that often destroys milk. Oh yea, and it's really, really tasty. Look into goat's milk for sure!
Some other cheeses that may work:
- Sheep's milk cheese (it's very sharp, think pecorino romano)
- Raw grass fed cow's milk cheese
Trader Joe's has an excellent selection of all three cheeses for VERY reasonable prices if you have one nearby. That place is a damn dairy paradise. I could live in their dairy and nut section, dear God. They have raw New Zealand grass fed cheddar for under $5/lb. Normal Cracker Barrel CAFO junk cheese is $6-8/lb at the major grocery store chains. The choice is obvious. That is dirt cheap.
How sweet is that?
Last edited by ChocoTaco369; 12-05-2011 at 07:09 AM.
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