Don’t Cry Over Sour Milk

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Unlike pasteurized milk, when raw milk sours it has not spoiled. Instead, it has clabbered meaning healthy bacteria have consumed the milk’s lactose (sugar), leaving it with a sour taste. However, clabbered raw milk still offers healthy benefits so here are 15 ways you can use every drop.

  • Make a smoothie, pudding, or egg dishes.
  • Make your own kefir or yogurt.
  • Add it to buttermilk biscuits or pancakes.
  • Marinate chicken or fish in it.
  • Remove the sour cream off the top for recipes.
  • Use it for lighter cakes and breads.
  • Make natural ricotta or cottage cheese.
  • Make your own cream cheese.
  • Strain it for natural whey.
  • Add buttermilk cultures and make buttermilk.
  • Soak grains in it to boost grain’s natural protein.
  • Freeze it as cubes for an emergency substitute for buttermilk in recipes.
  • Condition your hair and skin with it.
  • Use it to relieve sun burns or dry skin patches.
  • Polish silver with it.