Re-Liquifying Capra Cream Flakes

To re-constitute Capra Cream flakes back into full-strength goat milk cream, you’ll need a mortar and pestle, or similar device to blend the flakes with the water. Use 7 oz. (205 grams) of water to combine with 150 grams (one entire container) of Capra Cream. Start with a small amount of water with a small […]

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How Capra Lactose is Produced

How Mt. Capra produces lactose from goats milk: We extract the milk proteins using a process known as lacto-fermentation, which leaves the whey, which contains minerals and lactose. A centrifuge extracts the minerals from the whey. Once the minerals are removed from the whey, only the lactose remains. We evaporate the liquid lactose, and a […]

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About our Goat Milk Soaps

What’s the Difference? The majority of soaps produced and sold in the United States are water-based . . . they are made with water.  It’s an odd fact considering that water dries out our skin. On the other hand, soap made from goat’s milk can, and does, greatly benefit skin. How?  The following benefits can […]

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Safety of Mt. Capra Product Containers

Our product canisters are: • Food grade safe   • BPA-free   • FDA approved   • Non-leeching   • HDPE 2   • Highest standard in plastic product packaging   • Less expensive to ship than glass   • Virtually unbreakable

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What is Ghee?

• Comes from pastured, grass-fed goats. • Contains Conjugated Linoleic Acid (CLA) • High in MCT’s (medium chain triglycerides) • Boost benefcial fatty acid profile of smoothies, baked goods, and protein drinks. • Perfect for butter coffee and butter tea! • No added chemicals, antibiotics, GMO’s or growth hormones. Mt. Capra’s 100% Goat Milk Ghee […]

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