Sheep's milk

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December 7, 2021

Sheep's milk is milk produced from sheep. This type of milk is not widely drunk by the public, but is mostly used as cheese and other dairy products. The most famous cheeses made from sheep's milk are feta cheese from Greece, roquefort from France, manchego from Spain, pecorino and ricotta from Italy, and bejna from Malta. While sheep produce significantly less milk than cows, it contains more fat, dissolved solids, and minerals.

Nutritional comparison

Nutritional comparison of milk from various farm animals, per 100 grams: Another source states that the total fat of sheep's milk is 7 grams per 100 grams of milk with 5 grams of saturated fat, 27 mg cholesterol, 6 grams of protein, and 5 grams of carbohydrates.

See also

Goat milk Dairy products

Reference

External links

Sheep dairying at sheep101.com sheep dairying documentary by Cooking Up A Story

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