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goat milk skyr jar

Villa Villekulla Farm Goat Milk Skyr

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Villa Villekulla Farm goat milk skyr is best described as the love child of chevre and Greek yogurt and can be used in all culinary contexts that call for either (not to mention creme fraiche, cream cheese or sour cream). It has a thick, whipped consistency and a tart, tangy flavor that is delicious in both savory and sweet applications: on toast with jam, olive oil and flaky salt, or kimchi; or try mixed into a creamy pasta sauce, stirred into cake batter, or blended with herbs to make a dip or spread. Try it the next time you make potato salad! The possibilities are endless!

pasteurized goat milk, cultures, cardoon thistle rennet

16 oz

Storage Tips
Keep refrigerated.

Villa Villekulla Farm, Barnard, VT

Lauren got into the dairy business because of an abiding love for delicious things. And while crafting delicious things is still a critical pursuit, those things have become a means to an end. The end is the privilege of living amongst the goats she loves so much. "Handmade skyr from hand-hugged goats" is not just a tagline, it's a mission statement. The beloved goat gals are fed with organic grain, alfalfa pellets, pumpkin seeds, rolled oats, rosehips and raspberry leaves, plus whatever delightful plants are growing in the forest (they're extra partial to sumac and wild blackberry!). Lauren does her very best every day to repay these excellent beasts for the incredible work they do and the companionship and affection they provide. She packages her skyr in glass jars.


July 3, 2022 by

This is amazing stuff! The description is accurate: spread on bread w honey or with salt and pepper equally wonderful. I sliced dandelion greens in ribbons and stirred them into the goat skyr w diced red pepper—so delicious. Thick and spectacular!