[Sca-cooks] cow butter?

charding at nwlink.com charding at nwlink.com
Thu Jun 3 21:07:09 PDT 2010

It's not impossible, you can get it to separate if you let it sit for a
few days or you can mechanically separate it.  The yield is far less than
with cow milk.  The same is even more so for sheep's milk.

Maeva (would like to be home making cheese, rather than waiting for a red
eye to the east coast)

>> Butter is made from cream rather than milk and is a
>> condensed, emulsified fat. 
> Since goat milk is, as I understand it, naturally homogenized and does not
> separate into cream, does that mean it is harder or not possible to make
> goat milk butter?
> Juana Isabella
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