After chilling for 39 hours in the fridge…
Posted in: goats, humor.
Tagged: goat milk · jello pudding
Your problem is you did not start with the goat. The publicist has made it with my rich milk – well Abby’s rich milk since I am retired – and has had no problems. You need a goat. I will ship you AbbyGoat ASAP!
ps – did you hear the toughbucks sing on Saturday?
No, no, nopey nopey nope. Ew.
Why would you even want to?
Ha!! Guess it doesn’t work huh? Ha!
Hmmm. You *can* make pudding with goat milk, though. I wonder why the instant wouldn’t work? Maybe if you heat the milk first? I wonder what Meyenberg would have to say about this?
I don’t know, Ann, but apparently, I’m not the only one who had trouble. I found another forum somewhere where they said that goat milk won’t set for jello.
AHAHhHAHhHAhHAHhAHhHAhHAH! I am DYING.
Whahahahahaahaha. “sniff” (teaers of laughter rolling down cheeks) Whahahahaha…..perhaps you needed to chill it a little longer…..
Goats are tough. They won’t just roll over and allow jello pudding to be made from their milk. Even the females (I’m pretty sure they deliver the milk) are not wussies. They refuse to produce milk that can be included in a recipe for jello. Their belief is jello is for old toothless men and other invalids. Luckily it does not look like you had to put too much effort in your concoction else I’m sure you would be pretty peeved. Just take it from an old South Georgia guy who had goats and goat carts when I was a boy that goats are tough. They demand more respect!
You said it, Ben! I won’t be trying that again any time soon.
Oh my goodness! Making instant jello using goat milk is really not a good idea. I wonder why it is not working. I read that goat’s milk is a very good source of calcium and the amino acid tryptophan, protein, phosphorus, riboflavin (vitamin B2) and potassium and also goat milk is also a good substitute to people who can’t tolerate cows milk thus, if it is used as one of the ingredients of instant jello it’ll really be a nutritious snack.
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