Tuesday, June 28, 2011

Sheeps Milk Cheese if EWE Please

Sea of Eve

Sea of Eve is extremely flavorful. This cheese is enhanced with local hot peppers and not overwhelmed by them. Bathed in sea salt and then aged, the end result is a creamy textured cheese with a mild, balanced flavor finishing with a hint of hot summer peppers
If you haven't tried Sheeps Milk Cheese yet...here's an opportunity to broaden your pallet and delight your taste buds! Sheeps Milk makes a beautiful creamy cheese with a mild balanced flavor that pairs perfectly with your favorite bottle of wine and also makes a delightful table or cooking cheese. Don't just take this Shepherdesses word for it though...try some for yourself!

Willow's Wool

Willow's Wool is a semi soft sheep milk cheese with mild buttery tones that ages to perfection with a nutty finish

Honoring Eve & Willow, two lovely twin ewes who willingly grace our milking parlor everyday with a bountiful yield of creamy delicious milk. Their gentle nature and unmatched beauty is a priceless treasure to know!

                             The Wonders of Sheep Milk Discovered
by Julie Daniluk R.H.N. (Registered Holistic Nutritionist)
 Why should a consumer choose to purchase sheep milk based products? The advantages of sheep milk products are numerous.
In a recent study, 83% of patients preferred sheep milk over any other milk substitutes including; soy, goat and rice milk. 99% of those patients were found tolerant of sheep milk over an average of 34% tolerant to soy, goat and rice milk. It was notable that the severity of the allergy symptoms were relieved by simply substituting sheep milk where ever the patient would normally use cow milk.
 Apart from its incredibly low allergenicity and remarkable taste. The nutritional value is truly something to be excited about!
Sheep milk contains twice the percentage of calcium, phosphorus, iron and zinc than that of cow's milk. Plus sheep milk fat is 25% MCT (Medium Chain Triglycerides). These healthy fatty acids are easily digested and not stored in the body as fat. They prefer to be burned as fuel. MCT's do not raise LDL (bad) cholesterol. 
 Sheep milk contains approximately 5.5% protein in comparison to 3.7% in cow milk.

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