Different kefir thickness question....
My regular goat milk supplier had all his goats go dry at the same time.
I found another supplier of raw goat milk through Craigslist.
Now I am back to my regular supplier.
Let's call the regular supplier X and the replacement Y
I normally make kefir one quart
at a time and let it make for 48 hours (just a personal favorite kefir).
Milk kefir from X comes out thin pretty much like water.
Kefir made with milk from Y is thick. Close to molasses thickness.
I love both but am curious as to why the difference. Could it be breed of goat? Perhaps the goat's diet.
Any comments? No problem, just curious.