Hi Crystal! This is a complete random question, but oh well. I've been really enjoying your website- it's helping me a lot! Anwyays, I have an almost 3 month old baby girl (the 4th girl!) who has been having digestive issues.I had her on the raw cow's milk formula from Nourishing Traditions, but it seemed rather 'strong' for her. I cannot get raw goat milk anymore- lost my place on the list and they're drying up their goats. So, since you have experience with raising goats, I was wondering if you could tell me if it was difficult to just get your own goat and milk it. I live in East Texas on an acre of fairly wooded land, and have plenty of room for chickens and goats etc. We just moved her before baby was born, so not much has been done to it, but still, we can have goats. Like I said I have 4 girls, 2 in kindergarten and 2 at home and my husband works away from home. Would adding a goat or two make life real crazy?? Any suggestions? You can leave a comment on my blog (www.anneatheart.blogspot.com) or email me at email@example.com THANKS!!!
I just made this bread. DELICIOUS!! There were some typos I thought I'd dell you about, but this was the only way I knew of to let you know. In the recipe, no mention is made of when to add the mashed potatoes or first part of the flour, so I added it all to yeast mixture at the beginning.Thank you for sharing so many of your TNT recipes. They have been such a blessing to my family. Your words of encouragement have helped me so often.
The chowder sounds great!-Keeperofthehome
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