“How To Make Yogurt from RAW GOAT MILK?”

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Yes, you can make yogurt from raw goat milk as well.

However, I would not suggest store bought milk for this method. You must use fresh clean milk that you have just milked out of your healthy goat and following extremely good sanitary procedure because you are not going to be pasteurizing the milk,  and any harmful bacteria may gets in the milk.

Directions:

  1. Start with 3 1/2 Cup. clean fresh raw milk.
  2. Stir in  1/2 -1 Cup. powdered milk if desired to produce a nice thick curd. (or a specially formulated culture)
  3. Warm milk to 115 degrees by whichever method you desire to heat your milk.
  4. Pour the warm milk into your incubating jars, add a couple of heaping tablespoon of plain “live culture” yogurt or DVI culture, screw the lid on tight and shake well.
  5. Now it is time to incubate; Cooler/heating pad method. Use a larger cooler. Place the cooler in a place where it will be undisturbed. Place the jar with the yogurt milk in the cooler. Place a heating pad over the jar (loosely). Set the pad on high (some pad needs to be set on high, yours may differ) and place the lid on the cooler. Leave it undisturbed for about 6-8 hours. If this is the first time you use this method, put a thermometer in the cooler to see what the pad is heating the inside of the cooler up to. You want it to be at least 110 degrees and not more than 120 degrees. You may need to turn your pad to medium.

(There are various methods of incubation – Food dehydrator, Cooler/water method, Cooler/heating pad method, Commercial yogurt maker ).

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“HOW TO Make Baked Goat Cheese Spread?”

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Baked goat cheese naturally sweetened with fruits and honey makes a fantastically easy appetizer.

You can use baked goat cheese spread on toasts, crackers, bagels, and more for a delicious treat.

This warm, smooth, melt-in-your-mouth goat cheese is blended with two different fruits and honey to create a satisfying accompaniment to your selection of toasts or crackers for breakfast or a snack.

I am certain this is going to become one of your favorite appetizer recipes, though it does not necessary be reserved as an appetizer.

Spread this warm, creamy spread on a morning muffin or bagel for a warm breakfast. A great way to let you start the day, and keep you going!

Ingredients

  • 1/2 cup unsweetened applesauce
  • 1/4 cup crushed, unsweetened pineapple
  • 1/4 cup honey
  • 8 oz. chevre goat cheese
  • 1/8 tsp. cinnamon

Directions

Preheat oven to 350° F.

Mix all ingredients thoroughly in a bowl. Spray a small casserole or baking dish with non-stick cooking spray. Place cheese mixture in dish and bake for about 30 minutes, or until the sides begin to bubble and brown.

Serve warm with crackers or bread.

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” HOW TO Make Goat Milk Yogurt Facials? “

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While you are soaking in that bath, you can simultaneously be rejuvenating your face with a homemade goat milk facial!

What is the best part about making your own facial products?  They are inexpensive, and they actually work!

The  facial recipes below all include yogurt, a great nourishing and moisturizing agent. Blend all ingredients thoroughly. Using a food processor or blender will ensure a smooth mixture.

Goat Milk Yogurt Facial Recipe #1

This one really moisturizes, and leaves skin super soft.

  • 1 Tablespoon.  Goat milk yogurt
  • 1 Tablespoon.  Honey
  • enough Corn starch to thicken

Goat Milk Yogurt Facial Recipe #2

The oatmeal in this recipe helps dry excess oils, while the yogurt and honey nourish and moisturize. It is best to blend the oatmeal in a food processor or blender first – before cooking,  to make the particles smaller.

  • 2 Tablespoons.  Cooked Oatmeal
  • 1-2 Tablespoon.  Goat milk yogurt
  • 1 Tablespoon.  Honey

After you have try these recipes, experiment on your own to find combination that work best for your skin.

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HOW Facial Products Using Cultured Goat Milk Products Benefits YOU?

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Facials provide a number of benefits for your skin, depending upon the ingredients used. They can help stimulate the skin and increase circulation, help prevent wrinkles, and tone and moisturize skin. Alternatively, help remove excess oils.

Skin is classified as the largest organ of the body, and as such, requires nourishment just like our internal organs. While the food we eat provides nutrients for the skin, as well as the rest of the body, our skin also has the ability to absorb substances directly.

Homemade facials are a great way to pamper yourself  and your skin without the high price of a spa. Facials can range from the application of a single ingredient, to complex combinations of ingredients applied in sequence. As  goat milk is rich in protein, fat, vitamins and minerals, therefore, it  is just as healthy for you on the outside as it is on the inside.

The cultured goat milk products, like yogurt, sour cream and buttermilk, have the added benefit of lactic acid, which is one of the Alpha hydroxy acids (AHAs) that are found in many commercial beauty and anti-aging creams and lotions. Alpha hydroxy acids help remove the dead surface-layer skin cells, revealing newer, younger-looking cells and its ability to combat acne. AHAs have been used for centuries for skin rejuvenation.

For all facials, start with freshly cleansed skin. Then, apply a very warm, moist cloth to the face for a few minutes to open the pores. Apply the facial mixture and leave on for 10-20 minutes. Wash off gently with a warm, wet cloth. Finally, rinse with cool water to close the pores and help retain the nourishing benefits of the facial ingredients.

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Making sour cream is high on the list of  simple but delicious cultured goat milk products.  Only two ingredients are require  and 24 hours later you will be enjoying delicious, homemade sour cream for your baked potato, soups and casseroles, or other dishes.

To make sour cream, you will need:

  • 1 Cup  goat milk cream
  • 1 Tablespoon cultured buttermilk

Warm the cream to approximately 75° F. Add the buttermilk, and stir to mix thoroughly. Cover, and leave at room temperature for about 24 hours. Transfer to a storage container, refrigerate and serve. The sour cream will thicken as it cools.

If you’d like a heavier texture, you can use  a higher ratio of buttermilk to cream.

By using whole milk instead of cream, you can get the sour cream taste in a thinner version that is especially good for making cream-based soups.

Alternatively, you can also use a direct-set culture for making sour cream. This is a pre measured packet found at dairy supply companies that is mixed into the cream and left to culture. These generally produce a slightly tangier taste than using cultured buttermilk.

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