Check out my blog for details and future post on how it came out..
I'd be curious about your process. I've made goat's milk yogurt before. And I've made vegan cheese (cashew, almond, etc.) But I've not made goat's milk cheese.
MoniDew is grain damaged!
Maybe I'll do an article if I ever get it figured out myself.. I tasted mine today and it tasted sour.. I must have done something wrong, but I don't know because the recipe I used didn't have measurements except for to use a half gallon of milk.. I asked what I might have done wrong on a goat forum.. The only person that responded so far said she's never had luck with this method and that I should buy some rennet for next time..
Learning by trying is a great way to understand what you are doing, and when you make changes, you figure out which changes help the most. I am excited to hear how the batch turns out and how the next one turns out too.
I wonder if you could sweeten the cheese you made with honey or sugar and use it as a spread or goat-cheesecake. That way, even if it is a little sour-tasting, you could still use it.