This is literally a must have in my fridge, I use goat yogurt but cow is just as good i’m sure. Make sure it’s greek yogurt and if possible get grass fed organic (yes it does make a difference) .
1 pint Greek yoghurt
1 English cucumber peeled and deseeded
grate on a box grater and lightly salt leaving for 5 minutes wrapped in paper towel to absorb excess liquid
3 mashed garlic cloves
1⁄3 cup olive oil
1 tablespoon minced fresh dill or basil
mix everything up together until it is all blended thoroughly
refrigerator for at least 2 hours before using allowing all the flavors to come out in full force.
Goat Milk Nutrition Will Surprise You
While it’s not very popular in the Western world, goat milk is actually one of the most widely consumed milk drinks in the rest of the world and with good reason — it tastes great and it’s chock-full of nutrients.
Just check out all that one glass of goat milk has to offer.
Saturated Fat: 6.5 grams / 33 percent DV*
Carbohydrates: 11 grams / 4 percent DV
Protein: 10.9 grams / 4 percent DV
Cholesterol: 27 milligrams / 9 percent DV
Sugars: 11 grams
Sodium: 12 milligrams / 5 percent DV
Calcium: 327 milligrams / 33 percent DV
Phosphorous: 271 milligrams / 27 percent DV
Magnesium: 34.2 milligrams / 9 percent DV
Potassium: 498 milligrams / 14 percent DV
Copper: 0.1 milligrams / 6 percent DV
Zinc: 0.7 milligrams / 5 percent DV
Vitamin A: 483 IU / 10 percent DV
Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin): 0.3 milligrams / 20 percent DV
Vitamin C: 3.2 milligrams / 5 percent DV
Vitamin D: 29.3 IU / 7 percent DV
Read more about goat milk @ Dr. Josh Axe