May 1, 2013

Start by using fresh raw goats or cow's milk. You can skim the cream (optional) from the top, and make butter from the cream, and get a 2 for 1. 

 

Bring your raw milk to room temperature.

I use 1 Quart. 

 

1. Pour milk into a clean pan (glass or stainless steel).

 

2. On low heat, slowly bring the milk to between 85-99 degrees(F).

 

3. Be careful not to exceed temperatures of 105 degrees(F), otherwise you run a risk of...

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