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Raw Goat Milk Yogurt Recipe

Posted by Janelle Qualey on August 13, 2011 at 6:55 PM

Raw Goat Milk Yogurt

My first batch of goat milk yogurt and it turned out wonderful!  I used raw milk that was very fresh, milk from that morning in fact.  Once I was finished I put a little raw honey, a few drops of pure vanilla and some freshly picked wild blackberries.

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What You'll Need

  • Excalibur Dehydrator (or whatever method you'll use for keeping the milk at temp., you can look online for a few different methods)
  • 8 Cups Fresh Raw Goat's Milk
  • 1/16 tsp. Yogurt Culture- I use #ABY-2C From Dairy Connection - If you're using a yogurt with live culture from the store or from a previous batch I'd use 1/2 cup for this recipe

Directions

  • Heat goat milk to 110-115 Degrees, add culture and shake well
  • Put in incubating jars and place in incubator set at 115 degrees for 7-8 hours
  • NOTE: Home made yogurt isn't as thick as the yogurt you buy in stores, they add unnecessary ingredients to thicken it
  • Will keep for 7 days in the fridge

Categories: Farm Fresh Recipes

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Reply Tabitha
12:55 PM on September 10, 2011 
I just started making my own yogurt a few weeks ago... starting my third batch right now! I've found that my oven works just fine for keeping the milk at temp. I keep a thermometer in the milk and just turn the oven on warm for a few minutes as needed to get back to 110-115 degrees.
SO good and SO easy!