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Old 10-14-2011, 10:47 PM   #1
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Hey, just looking for a little inspiration for my recent foray into cheesemaking. I'm having difficulty finding goat's milk that is not ultra-pasteurized. Does anybody have a "go to" source for it? (Specialty food chain, ethnic grocer, etc). Thanks if you can help!

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Old 10-14-2011, 11:07 PM   #2
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My wife got some a Trader Joe's yesterday. She's going to attempt goat's cheese tomorrow.

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Is it ultra-pasteurized?

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Actually, yes it is. I just checked. Is that going to give her issues?

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Supposedly it degrades the proteins that rennet (or acid) coagulates to make the cheese. But I will be interested to hear if it works for her. I have found the ultra-pasteurized stuff in some ethnic markets around here.

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Got any local farms?

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Look up local farm share co-ops. Realmilk.com has some.

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Thanks. Yeah, I don't have a car and I live in a major metropolitan area which makes things difficult. Sigh. I'll figure this out!

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