Showing posts with label Cheese making. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Cheese making. Show all posts

Monday, July 14, 2014

Want to make Goat Milk Mozzarella?

It's EASY!

As many of you already know, after my goat lost her baby, I decided to milk her from that point on and discover what ways I could come up with to use the milk.  One of my new favorite things to do with it (a newly learned skill of mine) is to make cheese.  Chiba is not really a milking-type goat, but she gives around a quart a day, which is quite enough for my use.  The recipe I used this past weekend yielded a lovely mozzarella cheese, of which I can't wait to try out on some homemade pizza sometime this week.  Here is the recipe and tutorial video on you tube if you'd like to give it a go.  I used fresh, raw and unpasteurized goat milk, but tips are given in the video on how to use store-bought milk as well.  Have fun with it and I love to hear how it turns out for you!  Enjoy ~A

Cutting curds

Draining off the whey

Finished and ready to enjoy!

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