Sheep Milk cheese of the month club is the oldest and most trusted online mail order Sheep Milk cheese of the month club in North America since 1989.
Are you looking for a depth of flavor that only artisan made cheese can deliver? Drive 5 miles and you can still taste it? A flavor that keeps evolving on your palate from start to finish and beyond? A '5 mile' flavor? If your answer is YES. Your search ends here. Three (3) different Artisan Sheep Milk cheeses ( 8 to 10 oz. each) from all over the world will be delivered to your door, guaranteed! Sheep Milk cheese of the month club membership is a perfect gift for any occasion!
Sheep cheese is a very complete food, a real concentrate of all the fine nutritional qualities of milk. It has a high proportion of proteins and is in fact even richer in proteins than meat. Sheep cheese also has such important vitamins as A, D and E, which are fundamental to metabolic processes such as growth, tissue preservation and calcium absorption.
Because of its nutritional values, sheep cheese is a recommended food for people of all ages. For children, sheep cheese's high calcium content is a plus. For adults, the large amount of proteins it provides helps recover the daily expenditure of these vital substances. Lastly, sheep cheese is a great food for seniors, because it goes far to reduce bone calcium loss and it is easier to digest than milk.
On September 28, 2010 we obtained our Trademark for the word, "Cheese Of the month Club" from United States Patent and Trademark Office. Trademark Registration Number 3852089.
Cheese of the Month Club offers Sheep Cheese of the Month Club. Sheep milk contains about one third more energy than cow or goat milk (making it a favorite of high-performance athletes).
Sheep Cheese of the Month Club is very important as Sheep Milk has double the protein and much more of the right kinds of fats, vitamins and minerals, particularly calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphorus and zinc, while being lower in sodium.
Sheep Cheese of the Month Club is very important as humans have been milking sheep and enjoying the unique benefits of their milk for thousands of years. The countries of the Mediterranean remain the world’s biggest producers—the extraordinarily long lives of Bulgarian shepherds are often attributed in part to the health-giving benefits of sheep milk. There is increasing evidence that sheep milk has unusual health potential. The extent to which this carries over into cheese and other products made from it will be revealed as more research is done on this remarkably little-known wonder food. In brief, sheep's milk is extremely high in nutrients compared to other kinds of commercially available milk. In many cases, it is more readily digestible to people who suffer from lactose intolerance. Evidence suggests it can also help people with eczema and other allergies. Sheep Cheese of the Month Club is very important as Sheep’s milk contains about twice the fat of cow’s milk, but this also means twice the ‘healthy’ fats (monounsaturated and polyunsaturated, including Omega 3 & 6). The same goes for Goat’s milk. The body needs healthy fats for many bodily functions, like absorbing vitamins. Monounsaturated fats lower total cholesterol and LDL cholesterol (the bad cholesterol) while increasing HDL cholesterol (the good cholesterol). Polyunsaturated fats also lower total cholesterol and LDL cholesterol. Omega 3 & 6 fatty acids belong to this group.
Sheep milk is also rich in medium chain fatty acids or triglycerides (MCTs) - about 25% of the fat content. MCTs can benefit weight control by promoting ‘fullness’, reducing fat deposits, increasing energy expenditure and being more easily metabolized (turned into energy in the body).
Sheep Cheese of the Month Club is very important as the fat globules in sheep milk are smaller than those in either cow or goat milk so the milk is more homogeneous. The smaller fat globules are often more easily digested and less likely to cause high cholesterol. While the high saturated fat content of sheep milk may suggest that we should eat less to reduce the risk of heart disease, the high proportion of ‘healthy’ fats may well reduce or eliminate this risk. It is clear that cultures with diets high in sheep milk, such as the famously healthy ‘Mediterranean diet’, do enjoy lower rates of heart disease which suggests sheep milk is not a risk factor.
Sheep Cheese of the Month Club is very important as people who develop intolerances to cow or goat milk may find that sheep milk products are the only dairy they can safely eat. During the production of hard cheeses, the lactose is set free in the discarded whey. There is also evidence that the lactose and casein (the protein associated with cheese) in sheep milk can be more acceptable to people than that of other types of milk.
Sheep Cheese of the Month Club is very important as Sheep milk is also recommended for those suffering eczema, asthma, or other allergic illnesses. Sheep Cheese of the Month Club is very important as its high zinc content may help those with eczema, and its uniquely high levels of peptides and nucleosides may help combat allergies.
Sheep Cheese of the Month Club is very important as the evidence for sheep milk and yoghurt as a base for easily digestible products for infants and the elderly is gathering momentum. One reason for this is that studies have found sheep proteins are hydrolyzed (decomposed by reacting with water) faster than bovine proteins, due to the small differences in their structure. So far, no clinical trials have been done to support this (that we are currently aware of) but the potential of whey proteins is significant. Some research suggests that the uniquely high concentrations of some amino acids in sheep milk should make it a natural replacement for blood pressure-lowering drugs. Goat’s milk has already been shown to have three blood pressure-lowering peptides; sheep milk is even higher in these, but so far, no clinical trials (that we are currently aware of) have been done to prove this. Calcium absorption is essential for many body functions, including maintaining bone density and preventing osteoporosis with aging. There is some evidence that a compound found in high levels in sheep milk, CPP, helps calcium absorption, but this is not proven. Several studies have demonstrated this potential use of nucleosides and nucleotides in fighting cancer and promoting healthy cell growth, and treatment of a wide variety of gut conditions, including damage from non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs. These compounds are especially rich in sheep milk, with levels often 50-100 times higher than cow or human milk.