Goat Cheese Made with Cider Vinegar

 

This cheese is so very versatile! You can stir in practically anything: jelly, fresh fruit, herbs and spices, mushrooms, onions… whatever suits you. Spread it on crackers, tortillas, breads, or bagels. This cheese will not keep for very long, but it is okay because you can eat it any way you like it while it lasts.


Ingredients

  • 1 gallon whole goat milk
  • 1 cup apple cider vinegar

 

Instructions

  1. Heat the milk over medium heat to 175°F. Stir frequently during this time.
  2. Once the milk has reached temperature, hold it steadily for 10 minutes, continuing to stir often to prevent scorching.
  3. Stir in the vinegar. Keep stirring until you see curds begin to form.
  4. Remove the pot from the heat and pour the curds into a colander lined with butter muslin. Make a draining sack by tying together the corners of the butter muslin, and hang it to drain for 4 to 5 hours, or until the curds have reached the desired consistency.
  5. Transfer the fresh goat cheese to a clean container with a lid and store covered in the refrigerator.

 

Will keep for about 2 days.


Ready to Learn More?


 

                                                
   
Apple Cider Vinegar


Related Articles & Recipes

 

Related Products

Mesophilic Culture Direct Set for Making Cheese

Direct-set Mesophilic Culture

Liquid Vegetable Rennet Vegetable Rennet

 

http://www.culturesforhealth.com/kombucha

Free eBook Library Access & Weekly Newsletter


Sign up today for free access to our entire library of easy to follow eBooks on creating cultured foods at home, including Lacto-Fermentation, Kombucha, Kefir, Yogurt, Sourdough, and Cheesemaking.
  • Library of eBooks for making your own cultured foods
  • Weekly newsletter filled with tips & tricks
  • Expert advice articles, recipes, and how-to videos
  • Join 140,000+ other health-conscious readers
  • We never share your information!
first name last name email address