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Freezing Goat's Milk

 
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We've only just begun milking our two does (who each only had one kid - first-timers) so production is a bit limited at the moment.  Can I freeze the milk then defrost and make cheese when there's enough?
 
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I've heard of people doing that, haven't done it myself.  good luck with the cheese.
 
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Yes.  It might separate a bit when it thaws, but it's still good.  Just give it a shake.
 
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