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What can I do with Goat's milk besides fudge.

asked by Elaine Ruth about 6 years ago

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boulangere
boulangere

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added about 6 years ago

Make yogurt! Make Ricotta!

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MangiaPhilomena
added about 6 years ago

I like to swap in goat's milk for any number of dishes... I particularly like it in polenta, or as the base for a savory choux with sage. For dessert, what about a panna cotta??

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matchaflan
added about 6 years ago

make pies! http://matchaflan.wordpress...

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Pegeen
Pegeen

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added about 6 years ago

It makes great soap.

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Ophelia
added about 6 years ago

Goat's milk can be used for all sorts of things, anywhere cow milk can be used goat milk can be substituted. However, I think maybe you are asking what can be done with leftover evaporated goat's milk (because fudge generally uses evaporated milk) and beyond adding it to coffee or as a substitute for evaporated cow milk, I really have no ideas.

But don't make cheese or yogurt out of it. It will not be a good experiment.

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Dona
added about 6 years ago

I make Lisa Fain's cajeta using goats milk, it's really good.
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Tony S
added about 6 years ago

Sorry, a little late here... But, you can make a quick (and easy) homemade cheese. Take a gallon of the milk, add a pinch of salt, heat it up to 105 - 110 degrees, then mix a little of the warm milk with a crushed Rennet tablet to dissolve. Stir the Rennet/milk slurry back into the rest of the warm milk and let sit for 15 - 20 minutes. Once you see that the curd has formed, strain through a cheesecloth until you get the desired texture.

Spread on a plate and put in the fridge. When ready to serve, drizzle with olive oil plus salt and pepper.

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