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14 litres of milk. Any ideas?

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wallypops Thu 02-Jul-15 19:45:49

Thank you for any recipes or suggestions. It's full fat unpasteurized and only good for 5 days. And my 4 kids have just gone away for 2 weeks. Any ideas that I can freeze?

dingit Thu 02-Jul-15 19:46:49

Have you inherited a herd of cows?smile

BikeRunSki Thu 02-Jul-15 19:50:20

You can freeze milk.

4merlyknownasSHD Fri 03-Jul-15 08:52:25

Cheese? If you are quick you may be able to get some rennet delivered tomorrow. There are various recipes online.

TheSpottedZebra Fri 03-Jul-15 08:57:14

You can make a country cheese/ queso fresco / paneer type cheese by just adding acid to milk here

Or yes, just freeze the milk! But it will expand so you'd need to leave space in each container.

TheSpottedZebra Fri 03-Jul-15 08:57:39

Also Lakeland used to do rennet, not sure if they still do, if you're near one.

00100001 Fri 03-Jul-15 08:57:53

I'm pretty sure you can freeze 'raw' milk for more than 5 days confused

00100001 Fri 03-Jul-15 08:58:33

oh sorry - I read your OP as "I can only freeze it for 5 days"

just bung it in the freezer - job done!

TheSpottedZebra Fri 03-Jul-15 08:59:16

Ooh, or make gelato.

CMOTDibbler Fri 03-Jul-15 09:04:56

Make some yogurt, or soft cheese. You could also try skimming it, and make butter from the cream.

As a child, we used to be encouraged to find recipes utilising the maximum amount of milk, cream and eggs as we had goats and chickens, so at this time of year we had a massive excess

Dancingqueen17 Fri 03-Jul-15 14:37:59

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wallypops Fri 03-Jul-15 14:47:33

Geniuses all. I seem to remember my step mums frozen milk was a bit weird.

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