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Recipes & Storage Tips

Storage

  • Raw milk storage: an overview
    Immediately after bottling, we chill the raw milk to between 33 and 36 F and keep it at this safe temperature until your pick up. Keep your milk refrigerated and it will normally keep for two to three weeks, or you can freeze it for longer storage.

Recipes

Raw milk is for more than just drinking. Use the cream to make delicious ice cream or churn your own golden butter; add some cultures to make yogurt or kefir for a healthful probiotic; and for the truly adventurious: glorious cheese!

Home Pasteurization

  • Its your milk after all
    Although we feel the benefits of raw milk outweigh the risks, pasteurization is an easy process that can be completed at home. Simply heat your milk to 145 F, hold it there for 30 minutes, then rapidly cool. Store pasteurized milk in the refrigerator.
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