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Yogurt cheese is a soft cheese made from draining the whey from yogurt. You will not find this cheese in the grocery stores but, it can be easily made at home.

Believed to have originated in Lebanon, yogurt cheese has a very smooth consistency much like cream cheese, but with the distinctive tangy taste of yogurt. It can be made from flavored yogurt, as well as plain.

Besides being delicious, yogurt cheese is high in calcium and great for those who are lactose intolerant, as the yogurt-making process converts the lactose in the milk into lactic acid.

Yogurt cheese is extremely versatile and can be used to add a nice zip of flavor to virtually any recipe in which cream cheese is used.

Once you make it, you probably would not have any problems coming up with your own original serving ideas that suit your tastes.

More suggestion:

  • Traditional – Serve covered in olive oil with crushed mint and black olives. Eat on toasted pita.
  • Breakfast toast – Spread on toast and top with a thin layer of jam.
  • Crackers and cheese – Mix with fresh herbs and serve on crackers.
  • As a spread – Mix with diced pimientos and black olives and spread in celery sticks, or use as a filling for finger sandwiches.
  • As a dip – Combine with taco seasoning or ranch dressing mix to create a dip for vegetables or chips.

Homemade yogurt cheese is going to make a hit at your next social gathering, therefore get started today!

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“HOW TO Make Yogurt With Fresh Fruit and Cereal?”

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Goat Milk Yogurt Recipe for Strong Bones

Goat milk yogurt is one of the major cultured products. Goat yogurt  may be made from low-fat, skim or whole milk. This recipe is for 2 individual serving.

Ingredients:

  • 1 1/2 baby bananas – firm and ripe
  • 8 oz. goat yogurt
  • 1 cup raspberries
  • 1/2 cup mixed cereal
  • 2 Tbsp. extra mixed cereal
  • 1/4 cup sour cream
  • 1 tsp. dark brown sugar

Directions:

Coarse grate bananas. In a bowl gently stir together banana, yogurt, 2/3 cup raspberries, 1/2 cup mixed cereal, sour cream and brown sugar until combined.

Divide mixture into 2 bowls. Sprinkle yogurt with remaining 2 tablespoons mixed cereal and garnish with remaining 1/3 cup raspberries.

More suggestion:

Freeze goat milk into an ice tray, then drop a couple of them into smoothies, milkshakes or ice coffee as a summertime treat . Additionally, you can flavor the ice blocks with coffee or chocolate syrup before freezing for something special.

Stir goat milk into natural muesli with some grated apple and a touch of cinnamon. Refrigerate overnight and serve, topped with fresh fruit and goat yogurt.

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“Simple Yogurt Facial Recipe”

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Remember, 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.

Goat Yogurt Facial Recipe

Cucumber makes this recipe cool and refreshing, and leaves skin feeling smooth, clean and toned. Blend all ingredients thoroughly with  a food processor or blender to ensure a smooth mixture.

  • 1/2 of a small cucumber, seeded
  • 1/2 cup goat yogurt
  • 1-2 tsp. goat milk powder to thicken

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Experimenting with homemade facials is a lot of  fun, and no doubt you will find original combination  that are even better than these.  So, get off the beaten path, and make your own recipes! Here are a few more ideas to fuel your thoughts.

  1. Sour cream can usually be substituted for yogurt. When trying this, reduce the amount of thickeners, such as corn starch or powdered milk, as the sour cream is usually a good bit thicker than yogurt.
  2. Most fruits make great additions to facials. Pineapple, papaya, bananas and grapes are commonly used. Orange juice and lemon juice contain vitamin C, but use carefully, as these may irritate some skin types.
  3. Add in crushed fresh herbs, like peppermint, catnip, or chamomile, or use tea from the herbs as the liquid portion of the facial.

And, remember that skin needs to be nourished from the inside too.

Hence, in addition to using your homemade facials, drink your goat milk every day to give your skin and the rest of your body the protein and other nutrients it needs to look and feel great!

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Homemade  Goat Milk Yogurt Recipe:

Yogurt is a dairy product produced by bacterial fermentation of milk. Fermentation of the milk sugar (lactose) produces lactic acid, which acts on milk protein to give yogurt its texture and its characteristic tang.

Start with fresh, unpasteurized, goat milk that has been produced in a sanitary manner. Heat goat milk to 108 degrees Fahrenheit. As a starter culture (good bacteria), you can either use plain yogurt or a freeze-dried culture purchased from a health or natural food store. In addition, use yogurt from a new cup and use a clean spoon to add it to the goat milk. Use l Tablespoon per quart of goat milk or if using a freeze-dried culture, follow package directions. After the culture has been added, you must incubate the goat milk at 104-108 degrees.

To do this, you can use a home yogurt maker or devise something on your own. Some people use a heating pad wrapped around a jar, put it in the oven on low, or a jar in a crock-pot. What ever you use, experiment with water and a thermometer before you actually make the yogurt to be sure you can hold the goat milk at the required temperature. Incubate for 6-8 hours depending on your taste. When done incubating, chill the yogurt before eating being careful not to agitate or move the yogurt much until it is well chilled.

Goat milk yogurt will not get as thick as cow milk yogurt. One of the main problems in manufacturing of goat milk yogurt is weak or lack of consistency in curd tension or viscosity upon agitation compared with cow milk yogurt. This is due in part to the difference in protein composition between the two milks, especially in casein contents. Use a small amount of tapioca flour or you can use whatever suits you to thicken the yogurt or enjoy a yogurt drink.

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