Tuesday, November 8, 2005

Goat’s Milk Ice Cream A Real Comfort Food

PETALUMA, Calif. (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – If you weren’t breast-fed as a child, you might find comfort in some ice cream made from goat’s milk.

Laura Howard, owner of Laloo’s Goat’s Milk Ice Cream, reveals that the chemical structure of goat’s milk is very similar to mother’s milk, calling it “very easy to digest” and “great for people who are lactose intolerant.”

Howard feels that goat’s milk ice cream is “the next big thing” and ensures skeptics that her ice creams don’t have the typical sharp flavor of goat cheese because she slow cooks ingredients to make gourmet flavors like Black Mission Fig, Chocolate Cabernet and Pumpkin Spice.

She thinks she’s found a winner in goat’s milk, and doesn’t forsee herself trying other things like “camel’s milk, llama’s milk or pig’s milk.”

Howard admits it’s probably possible to make ice cream from human breast milk, but jokes, “To think about a breast milk farm is a pretty scary thought. That’s a science fiction movie right there.”

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