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Since I moved to Byron 10 years ago, I am trying not to have too much dairy in my diet. But we sometimes make our own yogurt from these cowsð®ð ãã¤ãã³ã«10å¹´åã«è¶ãã¦ãã¦ããä¹³è£½åããªãã¹ãåããªããããªé£çæ´»ã«ãã¦ãã¾ãããæã ãããªç´ æµãªã¨ããã§è²ã£ã¦ããçããã®çä¹³ããã¨ã¼ã°ã«ããä½ã£ã¦ãã¾ãâ£ï¸
Cows are gathered for milking... I could see many calfs tooð ä¹³æ¾ãã¿ã¤ã ã«éããããçãããã¡ð åçããã£ã±ãð
We can get super fresh milk after milkingð¶ æ¾ããã¦ã®çä¹³ãã¹ã¼ãã¼ãã¬ãã·ã¥â£ï¸
Took home and made yogurtð firstly, I boiled the milk... ããã¡ã«æã£ã¦å¸°ã£ã¦ãã¹ã¼ãã¼ãã¬ãã·ã¥ãªçä¹³ãæ²¸é¨°ããªãããã«ä½æ¸©ã§ç ®ã¦...
Cool it down then put in the bottles then store them for about 24 hours... å·ã¾ãã¦ããç©ºãç¶ã«å ¥ãã¦ãç¨®ãå ¥ãã¦ã24æéãããç½®ãã¦ããã¾ããç¾å³ãããªããð¤
Doneð åºæ¥ä¸ããð Gone to cows then cook then store... normally takes three days for me but itâs totally worth itð åãã«è¡ã£ã¦ãã¯ãã¯ãã¦ãä¿åãã¦â¦æ¯åé£ã¹ããã¾ã§3æ¥ãããããããã©ãããç¶ãã¡ãããããç¾å³ããã§ãðð