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by 1005 · about 11 hours ago

I recently got some cubed frozen goat meat on sale from my local Middle Eastern market, my brother and I are both excited to try it, but I've heard that cooking goat meat can be tricky because unless you cook it slowly at a low temperature unless... (more)

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Paleo_Designer 0 · March 08, 2013 at 11:07 PM

Braise it: saute in coconut oil (or lard) with some the holy trinity (onion, celery, bell pepper) until brown, then simmer in some liquid until it's falling apart.

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by 825 · about 11 hours ago

i bought a bunch of goat milk, butter, and cheese last night for my calcium needs and i've found that i don't feel foggy and congested after consuming it. does anyone here consume goat products and are they usually safer for people with casein... (more)

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MiMintzer 0 · January 21, 2013 at 5:52 PM

Goat's milk seems to be a little pricey here so I don't drink it. I do eat sheep's milk yogurt and goat cheese without problems. Kerrygold butter (from cows) doesn't seem to cause problems either. Anything else from a cow will stop me up, though. (more)

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by 0 · about 11 hours ago

Not a question but we were ordering a bundle of meat from our local butcher and happened to ask about goat, they said that they have it in stock and carry it as a standard item. It's local, pastured and grass fed; you can visit the farm if you'd... (more)

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Matt_11 0 · January 02, 2013 at 6:51 PM

Most goat, however, is imported to the US.

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by 699 · about 11 hours ago

Both in terms of environmental concerns and individual health concerns, what do you think is the best red meat? Obviously grass-fed is best, but is grass-fed beef better than lamb or goat or bison which is rarely factory-farmed to begin with?... (more)

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Stephen_4 0 · December 03, 2012 at 1:50 AM

This is a really good question so I asked the one person who has never let me down what they think. Google referred me circularly back to your question when I asked it on search, but when I asked Google Images "What???s the best red meat?" I got... (more)

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by 7592 · about 11 hours ago

I have finally found a small farm for raw goat milk and bought a share. I can barely stand it I'm so excited. We're planning on drinking it of course but...I want to make yogurt, ice cream...maybe...cheese? I think there is too little fat for... (more)

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paleohacks 0 · October 04, 2012 at 9:47 PM

This is just a pet peeve but people pay outrageous premiums for raw dairy and then scald it to make ice cream, yogurt and cheese. It isn't raw any more if you do that! (BREATH!...ok) Maybe you know that, this is just in general, it's just the... (more)

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by 120 · about 11 hours ago

i am located in bloomington, indiana....i am looking for raw goat's milk however i can only find raw cow's milk...does anyone have any recommendations as to how I can find raw goat's milk other than realmilk.com i checked the website but nothing... (more)

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CD 0 · September 08, 2012 at 1:26 AM

buy a goat? Seriously though check eatwild and see if there is a local farm.

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by 264 · about 11 hours ago

The (hard) raw goat cheese that I buy at my local grocery store often starts to mold (just a tab bit) a day or two after purchasing. Should I just eat the small specs of mold or stay away from it? I know I'm going to survive if I eat it and I... (more)

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Matt_11 0 · August 21, 2012 at 11:33 AM

Avoid mold. Many mycotoxins (compounds formed by molds) are well-known carcinogens (e.g. aflatoxin). While the mold you might be culturing on your cheese could be benign, it could also be one with some toxicity. I'd say let the cheesemakers deal... (more)

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by 0 · about 11 hours ago

I am not paleo. I just thought this would be a good place to ask. I have chronically elevated lipase levels and cutting back fat is the only way I can manage it. I also get greasy stools a lot after fatty foods. I have been using coconut oil as my... (more)

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by 1186 · about 11 hours ago

http://www.mtcapra.com/caprotein/ There are a few companies out there offering this. I don't tolerate whey well, but powders are great in a pinch and while on the road (I travel for sports a lot). Anyone tried these with any success? (more)

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KL 0 · July 16, 2012 at 7:30 PM

I did not like the taste--kind of chalky sour. And I swear it made my sweat smell funny.

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by 5135 · about 11 hours ago

I've gotten a little tired of the same old beef stews I've been making so I've decided to take the plunge and get some goat from the local halal store. Does anyone have a great goat stew recipe? I've googled it and seen plenty out there. Which... (more)

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borofergie 0 · May 27, 2012 at 6:36 PM

The only way to eat goat is "Curry Goat", which is a Caribbean staple. It's not a curry like an Indian Curry (although the dish originated in India) but more like a spicy goat stew. There is a good recipe here (give or take a few Paleo... (more)

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by 670 · about 11 hours ago

I know this is a very specific question, but it's difficult to figure out! I've heard the beef here is often grain-finished (depending on rainfall and the seasons), and this is a selling-point for many suppliers. But what about lamb/goats? On... (more)

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Fiona 0 · April 13, 2012 at 7:29 AM

I'd echo what others have said that most lamb is left on pasture year round. I love this time of year in the UK with all the spring lambs in the fields! A lot of lamb/sheep (and goats) graze on land that's unsuitable for agriculture or for... (more)

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by 870 · about 11 hours ago

I bought some goat belly at 99 Ranch last night and figured I could google a recipe for goat belly curry or something similar. But my google skills failed me, and I couldn't find a recipe. Does anyone have some tips for goat bellies? Does the skin... (more)

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Bread_Eating_Beelzebub 0 · March 27, 2012 at 2:40 PM

I usually braise it in the crock pot. You are lucky, it's a hard cut to find and it's pretty delicious. I find you can braise it with any spices you want + water or broth and it comes out well.

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by 840 · about 11 hours ago

I live in the country/ major farming area and have often wanted to take advantage of large pasture acreage and raise some kind of animal. I am really keen on a goat, as you can also milk them. The anticipated benefits are saving money (living off... (more)

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syrahna 0 · March 04, 2012 at 5:18 AM

Have you spent any time around dairy animals? It's a real commitment. I grew up with cattle and have been around a lot of livestock (beef, dairy, sheep, pigs, goats, 4-H, vets in the family, never ate meat from the store, the whole shebang) - and... (more)

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by 3742 · about 11 hours ago

US Wellness doesn't seem to sell goat meat. Suggestions for where else to buy it?

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Beth_WeightMaven 0 · December 22, 2011 at 5:52 PM

Eat Wild has a list of farms that ship. Looks like there are a number of folks that sell goat.

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by 15 · about 12 hours ago

I have just bought external goat fat from butcher. It's pure fat in creamy white color. I don't know how to use it. Can I make Tallow or just melt it when cooking or frying?. Here in Sri Lanka, they use only for flavoring soup and... (more)

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Bread_Eating_Beelzebub 0 · September 20, 2011 at 12:55 PM

Yeah, I use it a lot. I don't imagine you have crock pots in Sri Lanka because they didn't have them in Europe. I usually use mine for fat rendering, but if you don't have one you can use this method since it's pretty much the same as tallow. I... (more)

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by 1186 · about 12 hours ago

Has anyone tried using goat milk/cream/cheese instead of cow's milk? I am super sensitive to dairy products made with cow's milk, but seem to tolerate goats' milk products quite well. I also found a wesbite:... (more)

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Rick_5 0 · September 03, 2011 at 11:32 PM

Read this article: http://healtherevolution.com/blog/2011/03/the-devil-in-the-milk-a1-vs-a2-cows/ . It doesn't mention goats specifically but it does address some issues with cow's milk. Note that goats and sheep give the "good" A2 milk and that... (more)

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by 455 · about 12 hours ago

I bought some goat from Ranch 99 (frozen), as well as heard of goat in some mexican supermarkets in the area. Lamb also (from Australia) I've seen at Costco and Ranch 99. From what I've read Australian lamb (and New Zealand) are both grass... (more)

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Bread_Eating_Beelzebub 0 · July 12, 2011 at 3:27 PM

There is some grain feedlotting of lamb in the US. It's much rarer with goats, but the fact that feed companies sell meat goat feed that contains grain means that some suppliers are doing it (that one also contains antibiotics!!). Here is a guy... (more)

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by 494 · about 12 hours ago

Ever since I committed to a mostly Paleo diet one of I've been eating goat yogurt regularly and grass fed butter regularly with pretty good results. Recently though, after hearing many people rave about greek yogurt (and seeing what seems to be a... (more)

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jesuisjuba___paleorepublic_com 0 · June 29, 2011 at 12:32 AM

Hmm.. I wonder if it's because they strain Greek yogurt so its a more concentrated product? Protein levels would be higher than the Goat I would think. There are specific proteins, alpha-casein, alpha s1-casein and beta-casein, that are known to... (more)

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by 3521 · about 12 hours ago

If so, why would it be better?

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jakeA 0 · May 18, 2011 at 3:33 PM

Simple answer is yes, because the casein is type A2 vs most cow-produced casein is A1 which is more problematic. Not so simple answer is maybe not that much better if casein, even A2 affects you negatively.

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by 393 · about 12 hours ago

So far as I can tell, there seem to be no recorded cases of "mad sheep" or "mad goat" disease (prion growth, you know what I mean...), but I wanna make doubly sure with everyone. Does anyone have any data on this, or are we to believe that goat... (more)

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Matt_1 0 · May 20, 2011 at 11:19 PM

Sheep and goats can catch as prion disease similar to mad cow disease. This is called Scrapie. It has been known since the 18th Century and effects sheep in Europe and North America. An atypical form of scrapie has recently been identified due to... (more)

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by 1146 · about 12 hours ago

I just found a small farm about 10 minutes away from where I live that sells goat meat at a fairly good price, it's grass-fed and they occasionally feed it hay. It's not talked about much compared to beef and lamb but I was wondering how it... (more)

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Bread_Eating_Beelzebub 0 · March 26, 2011 at 4:06 PM

Definitely a great meat nutritionally, very similar to lamb. Low in omega-6, decent in omega-3, lots of great monosaturated fat. I would warn you that many westerners find the taste of the fat and meat somewhat gamey. I enjoy it, but I do spice it... (more)

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by 2081 · about 12 hours ago

I have recently cut out dairy to see if that will help my chronic nasal congestion/drip. So far, it seems to be slowly clearing up. I'm going to miss cheese (I make one helluva primal lasagna using spaghetti squash), although I've found coconut... (more)

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qualia 0 · March 17, 2011 at 2:32 PM

yes, but to a much lesser degree. the same is true for buffalo milk products. i would estimate the adverse effects (in my case: joint pain, bowel inflammation and the typical exorphin effects) to maybe be 1/4 of those of cow milk. so, after... (more)

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by 575 · about 12 hours ago

I've been wondering lately what exactly goes into sheep and goats dairy production... I've been buying organic goat and sheep dairy products, but I'm unsure if the animals are simply fed organic grain, or if they are more likely to be pastured,... (more)

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cliff_1 0 · October 13, 2011 at 8:37 PM

Every farmer I've contacted feed their goats grain, usually oats.

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by 668 · about 12 hours ago

Hi all, As previously mentioned, I live in Spain and one of the great things about it are the artesanal cheese and yogurts available here... a big chain supermarket even sells raw sheep's milk cheese at unebelievable prices! Likewise I can get... (more)

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Blue__the_Thrifty_Mom 0 · June 03, 2010 at 1:24 PM

I've had dairy goats for over 20 years and sheep for more than 10. Regarding possible lactose intolerance, goats milk is able to be drunk by many lactose intolerant people because it's naturally homogenised and thus more easily digested. It also... (more)

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by 142 · October 29, 2014 at 3:45 AM

Does anyone know of a supplier for organic and/or properly-raised goat meat and organ-meat for sale in BKK?

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