If you walk into Whole Foods or a natural supermarket, you'll find rows of goat's milk yogurt, drinkable probiotic smoot...

If you walk into Whole Foods or a natural supermarket, you'll find rows of goat's milk yogurt, drinkable probiotic smoothies (or kefir), ice cream, and even cartons of the stuff. Sure, it's been a go-to choice for those with lactose digestions problems since forever, but it's becoming a bigger phenomenon as people without those issues are increasingly curious about its health benefits-and its cool, culinary uses.

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