Dairy Goddess has MOOO-ved

DG-Logo-Milk&CheeseI have realized that many of my followers were still going to my old Blog site. This is my new one available right on my website.

I have to admit I am behind on posting on this blog site too. I plan on making a post though, very soon!

I have so much to share with you. Not only has my blog moved onto my website but my cows have moved to our new farm too. (Just up the road from our previous farm)

Why the move you ask? Well, we have made the decision to transition to Organic Farming. We are about half way there (It takes about 3 years to transition). We are really excited for our last half!

As you can imagine we have been so very busy with this move and transition so please be patient…I can’t wait to share with you all of our goings on.

My Mom always had a saying growing up…”The ones you love the most are the ones that often get neglected…” I feel that is so true with my Blog and it’s followers AKA “Godd-etts” I promise I am going to try to be better. I truly love blogging and I love each of you!

Have a “Dairy” Good Day!

Barbara AKA Dairy Goddess

Why Dairy Goddess Milk & Cheese Is So Heavenly

 

 

 

Happy Labor Day!

I am taking this holiday to catch up on some office work and work on some projects that I have neglected. I have been wanting to put together this processing temperature/timeline that my friend and distributor, Rolland Pacheco had put together on some regular paper by hand quite some time ago. I finally, (after quite of bit of time since I am not that great at Excel) I did it on this spread sheet. I love it!

Why is Dairy Goddess Milk so Heavenly….

-Our process takes 1 to 2 hours   – 4 Steps – Vat (lower temperature pasteurization) Non-Homogenization (The Way Nature Intended)

 

-The other’s  process takes 24 to 48 hours * 12 Steps * High Temperature * Homogenized

By any means I am not disparaging other milk out there but this is what makes us different and I wanted to share that with those that want their food like we do. Less processed, natural. Getting back to basics with how our food is processed and eating as fresh as possible.

DG Process Timeline