ok, I just set out my raw milk in a glass container yesterday. My home is around 78 degrees in daytime and probably gets no cooler then 76 at night. Now I am using whole raw milk. When I poured it into a container, I noticed that the fat right away went up to the top. If i look at it now, you can see a seperation of the milk. On the top about an inch and a half or so it looks a little more creamy colored and there are the tiniest looking bubble like things. I would say it looks like a custard or something? And under the seperation you see the white milk. Is this the seperation I'm looking for? I don't see any curdles or anything like that. Help!
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7/1/06 at 7:26pm