Handmade Goatsmilk is the byproduct of goat milk that has been collected in western Canada. It’s a byproduct of the National Milk Producer’s Council of Canada, and like all of the other naturally occurring sources of goat milk it’s a totally safe product that doesn’t pose any health risks. The goats in this particular area gather the milk from the mother cow at daybreak, during the afternoon, during cold weather, or any other time that the grass is still green. Each year goats and cows are collected and cleaned so that their milk is safe to drink. Recommended reading
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This is then dried in a dehydrator to make it soft. It’s then blended with goat milk and water to make it very runny, and then it’s lightly salted to make it easy to soap. After that, it’s put into a small container, or pail, that has a hole at the bottom where a balloon lid can be attached. The hole in the bottom of the container will allow air to circulate and keep the soap from hardening as it sits inside. Handmade Goatsmilk is then placed into a mesh strainer over an open fire, and it’s allowed to sit for up to three weeks, depending on the size of the container.
After that it’s packed into small packets that are labeled, “stery goat milk soaps”. They’re then sent off to soap manufacturers everywhere. The first ones were sent to soap bars in the U.S., but they quickly became popular in Europe as well, and now many manufacturers make them so that they can be shipped all around the world. Handmade Goatsmilk makes a wonderful gift or a great stocking stuffer, especially because it is quite inexpensive, and many companies offer a discount on bulk orders of Handmade Goatsmilk soap when you buy more than one tub. Check out your local market or online to see if there is a company that offers Handmade Goatsmilk soap in stock.