It is very simple to make raw goat milk yogurt!
- Strain the fresh raw goat milk. We do this with coffee filters into sterilized Mason jars.
- Bring the temperature of the milk up to 110 F.
- Stir 1 Tbsp. of plain active yogurt into the each quart.
- Place coffee filters over the jars and put each jar in a crock pot of warm water. (Alternately we have left the jars on a heating pad turned on the lowest setting.)
- Turn the CrockPot on WARM and leave undisturbed overnight or for 6-8 hours.
- As a bonus, you can blend frozen strawberries with some sugar and a little yogurt in a blender, then add that mixture to the yogurt and churn in an ice cream freezer.
- FROZEN YOGURT!
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