The Weston A. Price Foundation
February 13, 2018 By The Weston A Price Foundation 2 Comments
Campaign for Real Milk 2018
tc tc says
April 21, 2020 at 7:40 am
I am looking for recipe on how to convert raw a2 cow milk into lactose free items and converting it into the following recipes:
milk, cottage cheese, ice cream, coffee creamer, sour cream etc.
Do I add lactase into milk?
Do I add regular yoghurt into the milk?
Can I cook either of these down and will it all set corredctly
Maureen Diaz says
April 30, 2020 at 12:41 pm
Hello tc tc, We do not recommend adding anything but culture to your raw milk, and rarely recommend cooking it. You may, however, culture it with either yogurt or kefir, and then allow it to culture at room temperature for 24 hours. This reduces the lactose to nearly 0, but of course we do not have a way to test for the presence of lactose at home. Cutluring does, however, reduce the lactose significantly as the bacteria in the culture consumes lactose for field. Here is an article which may help you to understand this, with instruction on how to make your own yogurt from raw milk.
Hope this helps!
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