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Desiree
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I am a B-Explorer using SWAMI for whom it appears goat milk is A-OK. YAY!  But alas, butter is now a black dot for me (so sad) - but I was wondering if GOAT BUTTER might be an exception???  C'mon - throw me a bone! As a B turned Explorer following SWAMI a lot of my cheeses and dairy have turned out to be not-so-good.  I'm hoping maybe Goat products might make the neutral cut.  Anybody know?

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My guess is that Ghee made from either cow or goat butter will be better for you then butter.


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Hmmmmm...Goat ghee.  Didn't think of that.  I've got cow ghee.  Thanks.
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Ghee is a diamond for explorers!



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Yeah , I came across goats butter and was thinking about t6he ghee angle too for my daughter, it's gotta be better than Cows milk. mind you the cows milk I use is organic, the goats butter isn't.


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Yes! This was my thought. I know ghee is beneficial but since goats milk is neutral I would think other goat products might fall in the same category. It isn't specified so I was hopeful.  
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