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Answer by J Bergen for How to effectively take cream from milk?

For raw milk. You use a blue filter. Or so called. You pour the milk threw them. The cream stays in the filter. You may not have these in America. But used in the Philippines & other 3rd world...

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Answer by Fred jenkins for How to effectively take cream from milk?

I have started making Skyr and it is a low fat product. So I let my raw milk stand in the fridge a full 3 days before I collect the cream. I use a turkey baster:You could also sanitize a hose put it in...

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Answer by Michael Schmidt for How to effectively take cream from milk?

Even if your purchasing milk from a dairy that doesn't pasteurize their product the amount of cream is going to be very minimal. Dairies separate all the cream from their milk and when they package it...

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Answer by A Ford for How to effectively take cream from milk?

Letting the milk sit out for half an hour to an hour to warm up to separate the cream from it is safe. Yogurt is made by heating the milk, letting it cool, then adding bacterial cultures (ie, a bit of...

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Answer by Mien for How to effectively take cream from milk?

If you have raw milk and let it sit, the cream will indeed rise to the top. To separate, you can just wait and skim off the cream as you did. However, if you store the raw milk in the refrigerator, it...

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How to effectively take cream from milk?

I tried to take cream from raw (full fat) milk by the common method: leaving the milk at refrigerator overnight, then taking the cream from top. The amount of cream came to the top was low, and after...

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