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Old 08-29-2013, 04:52 PM   #31
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I have read that it takes a gallon of milk to yield a cup of clotted cream is that correct?
that was going to be my next question, bea. how much clotted cream will my 1/2 gallon of milk yield? and the part of the milk that is left over, is that just waste, or does it have some use?
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that was going to be my next question, bea. how much clotted cream will my 1/2 gallon of milk yield? and the part of the milk that is left over, is that just waste, or does it have some use?
From what I have read you would end up with about a half cup.

The whey could be fed to a pig.

I think I would use this recipe from Alton Brown and forget the pig.

Clotted Cream Recipe : Alton Brown : Recipes : Food Network
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Old 08-29-2013, 06:07 PM   #34
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From what I have read you would end up with about a half cup.

The whey could be fed to a pig.

I think I would use this recipe from Alton Brown and forget the pig.

Clotted Cream Recipe : Alton Brown : Recipes : Food Network
I used the recipe on page 136, Vol. 2 of the Joy of Cooking. I don't recall there was any whey. The cream is heated and then allowed to sit.
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