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Eucalyptus Mint Goat's Milk Soap

Nattie Cake Organics Introduces ‘Eucalyptus Mint’

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Goat’s Milk Soap with an invigorating, immunity-boosting, & energy-inducing blend of therapeutic-grade Peppermint & Eucalyptus Globulus essential oils, Epsom Salts for detoxification & exfoliation, Loose Mineral Color Pigments for color, & Vitamin E oil for preservation. 194 more words

Detox

Lavender Blossom Goat's Milk Soap

Nattie Cake Organics Introduces ‘Lavender Blossom’

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Goat’s Milk Soap with a relaxing blend of Therapeutic-grade Lavender essential oil, organic French Lavender Blossoms & Epsom Salts for detoxification & exfoliation, Loose Mineral Color Pigments for color, & Vitamin E for preservation. 148 more words

Detox

An embarrassment of cheeses

Can there be such a thing as too much cheese? Until recently, I would have responded to that question with the superior yet generous smile of one who can accurately fathom the stupidity of the person asking the question. 1,283 more words

Cheese

[Review]​​The Beauty Recipe Moisturizing Cleanser Milk + Shea Butter Soap

Hello Beautiful People! Happy 2018! How was your vacation? Hope you all had wonderful moments with your loveones. As for me, we had a simple celebration and played video games all day!Lol! 722 more words

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milk and ice and tea

At home, goat’s milk is fresh from a countryside farm. Frozen into packs, you have to run water over it to defrost. Ice forms as the milk refuses to melt. 24 more words

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Goat's Milk and Why I Love It

I love pro- and prebiotics. I eat Greek yogurt religiously and take supplements for myself, and I force feed my boyfriend his own as well. So naturally, I’m going to be feeding my animals pro- and prebiotics as well. 611 more words

Carolyn

Un Melon pour le week-end

Saint-Louis is the first city in Alsace after crossing the French-Swiss border on the northern edge of Basel. It’s not a particularly pretty place – there are some scattered half-timbered houses with a bit of charm, and the main crossing in town is overlooked by a turreted hotel from the Belle-Époque that barely deserves the grandiose name “de l’Europe” but altogether, it is rather unremarkable. 1,402 more words

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