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Wow, has anyone tried this? It has an amazing texture. I have heard about using water buffalo milk in cheese making, so it is neat to find the yogurt at our co-op. Now if I could just get a water buffalo...
 

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Nope, haven’t tried it but I’ve really wanted to after seeing about it on a food network show. It looked very yummy and creamy.
 

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I found this link...<br><br><a href="http://ww2.netnitco.net/users/djligda/wbfacts.htm#001" target="_blank">http://ww2.netnitco.net/users/djligda/wbfacts.htm#001</a>
 

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It has a very particular texture, and very creamy. Water buffalo milk is supposed to make amazing motzarella. It is from <a href="http://www.starhilldairy.com/index.shtml" target="_blank">www.starhilldairy.com/index.shtml</a><br>
MM- Thanks for the info!
 

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I had water buffalo yogurt in India quite a bit and although the texture was great I really hated the taste. It was kind of gamey or something. I remember eating it one particular day and it just tasted so much like an animal that it grossed me out.<br><br>
How is the taste of the type you tried?
 

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No funny or animal taste at all (at least to me). It kind of tasted lke if you mixed yogurt with ricotta, if that makes any sense. But I also like goat's milk which some people find "off" tasting. I do think that sometimes the "off" tastes have to do with the quality of the milk and milking practices, as least as far as it applies to goats.
 
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