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Enjoy every goat’s milk bar soap variety made at Sassafras Farm! The Soap Sampler Pack includes seven handmade bars, one each of Beer Me Babe, Burnt Sugar & Spice, Lavender & Oatmeal, Lemongrass & Honey, Brown Sugar & Oats, Forever Rosemary, and Peppermint & Coffee. Save 50 cents per bar off the regular individual bar price when buying the sampler pack.

Our soaps are the real deal, made from scratch by hot process, no pre-made fake soap bases, crafted with milk from our own goats, in extra-large bars.

Goat’s milk soaps from Sassafras Farm are made with fresh raw goat milk from our own herd, with all the milk’s benefits of natural, nourishing vitamins, proteins, and alpha hydroxy acids. Our soaps are hand-crafted the old-fashioned way, in small batches, using as many organic, locally-sourced, and home-grown ingredients as possible. These are simple, rustic, hand-cut bars, developed from years of soap-making and soap-teaching experience, that will leave your skin feeling soft and moisturized. Every soap is made with 100% goat’s milk from the farm (no water added). In addition, all soaps are formulated with the following fats and oils: Cocoa butter, lard, olive oil, coconut oil, and shea butter. Extra large bars, approximately 5 ounces each. All natural and preservative-free.

You can order ’em directly from my website here or you can order from my Etsy shop.

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Drying Out After the Workshop


That title makes it sound like I’ve been on an alcohol binge, doesn’t it? Heh.
But actually it refers to the two cheeses made by participants at this past weekend’s hard cheese workshop at the farm. They were guided through the creation of a Blue Gouda and a Beer Cheddar. Now the two cheeses are air drying before being waxed. The cheese waxed by attendees (which I’d prepared a few days in advance of the workshop so they could experience waxing) is the Jarlsberg pictured in the background.

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