Having 2 goats that give about a gallon of milk each day means I've always got more milk than the 3 of us can drink. I make/use 2 qts of yogurt about every 10 days. We'll use more when our Nubian kids in a few weeks (their milk is higher in fat, so it makes a creamier yogurt that is better for eating-what we have now just goes into smoothies). We don't have room in our freezer for ice cream canister, so we haven't been making ice cream.
So-I make cheese. It's actually quite simple and takes 1 gallon of milk to get 1 pound of cheese. I've made 3 batches this week. This morning I flavored 1 with raw honey, vanilla and almond extract to use with fruit. The other I minced about 4 cloves of garlic into and added some of my chopped dried tomatoes. Both are very good! The 3rd batch has only been salted-looking for more creative ways to flavor it. The other day I used chopped fresh dill and a couple of cloves of garlic into a batch to take to a dinner party. That was GOOD! The gal I got the dill from doesn't have any more growing.
Do you eat goat cheese? Have any ideas for other ways to flavor it?