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I put my covered quart jars in a small cooler and pour 100 degree water into the cooler to surround the jars. The water does cool over time, but it still works.
What is the best place to buy raw organic milk in the Salt Lake area? I live in Magna.
Ditto to the previous question: Where can I get raw milk? I've already started making my own yoghurt with organic whole milk, but haven't found any raw. I live in Taylorsville.
Here is a guide for finding raw milk throughout the U.S.
I get my raw milk from Huckleberry Dairy, but am in a co-op and take turns driving down to PG and dropping it off in West Jordan. We only have to drive every month or two, but get fresh milk every week. If this sounds like something that fits for you, feel free to email me and I can get you info on joining the group. ktlund at gmail dot com.
How long do you keep it in the dehydrator, and what temperature do you use? Also, do you use fat-free milk?
Depending upon the dehydrator, many will allow you to place containers inside of them. That works too; during summer months, you can even set it outside with a lid on it, provided your temperature during the day is high enough. I've not really tested to see how low a temperature will work, but I imagine the friendly bacteria would do their job, even if you set it out on your kitchen counter. I don't think they start to go dormant until the temperature drops below about 55 degrees. I'll test this out and let you know. Jim