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Fermented Whey Drink

MeanAubergine | Jun 12, 201509:45 AM     3

I make cheese from raw cow's milk and have leftover whey that I would like to make a fermented drink out of but I cannot find a simple method to do so. From my experience with fermented foods I would think that all I have to do is add a ratio of salt and sugar to the whey, close it off and sit it out on the counter for a couple days, but where does the bacteria come from? Would I skim off yogurt whey and add it to the cheese whey? Any help here would be appreciated.

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