What the topic says. :haha: I am keeping at least four dairy goats in milk this year and so will need to do something with the extra milk. We have a cow dairy adn that is where the house milk, and milk for the cats comes from. I might consider feeding calves with it, but they need to be tested first. So I thought I might try my hand at making soap and selling it locally and online. So I have been reading up on making soap. My questions are for those who make soap with their goat's milk (and I know there are quite a few of you out there!). What do you milk into (will plastic work, or is enamel or stainless steel better)? Do you treat it the same way you would milk for drinking (like straining it, and chilling it as quickly as possible)? How do you store it? Can you freeze it (what in?) and then thaw it for use? Is it better if it is fresh? Any websites for some easy recipes? Where do you get lye? Anything I use will be washed with our soap used on our Grade A equipment. I am not ready to make a batch yet and so have been feeding what little milk I am getting (the two I am currently milking are both raising twin wethers, so there isn't a lot of milk yet) but want to be ready when I decide to start collecting it. Thanks for your help!