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Chunks of Cream in Milk?

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I just bought some of this "Kalona" whole milk, which is basically lightly pasteurzied, and unhomogenzied. It's cream top milk, but after shaking it VERY well, there are still decent sized chunks in the milk which are like the consistency of butter. The milk tastes and smells fine so it hasn't gone rancid. It's pretty hard to drink though, just based on consistency. Is this typical with unhomogenized milk? Anyone find a way to break up these chunks?
asked Jun 10, 2012 by anonymous
recategorized Jun 11, 2012 by Bruno
  

1 Answer

+1 vote
totally normal can make butter from it if you want.

if you shake it well it should mix in somewhat

the remainder would be like skim milk kinda depending on how much you get out
answered Jun 11, 2012 by Nate
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