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Thursday, March 21, 2013
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When you churn butter out of cream, buttermilk is the tart liquid that is left over. Before you are able to drink it, the buttermilk must ferment which gives the acid time to create the milk's unique taste.
Colleen loves this drink so much she has made a business out of it. She hands it out samples at the local Farmers Market, and creates her own country favorites with it like ice cream, biscuits, and pancakes.
While her ice cream is a big seller, Colleen is certain there is an untapped market out there. She believes that yogurt lovers are the audience that would adore her product. "If they would just take a sip of this, they'd be hooked.", she says.
To learn more visit: Cruzefarmgirl.com or the Farm's Facebook