1 Hour A Week Dairy Processing

If you have done any dairy processing you may have discovered that it is not really that hard. For day to day recipes like yogurt, sour cream, cream cheese, and some simple cheeses, they leave you with that feeling of “wow this is ridiculously easy! Why have I not been doing this my whole life?”. The hard part, as you will have discovered if you have made any of these on repeat for some time, is the time management part.

Sure it is easy to throw a batch of yogurt together, but sometimes finding five minutes to do this verses buying it at the store is the straw that breaks the camels back. Sometimes even when you have a dairy cow, you still find yourself wheeling your grocery cart towards the dairy aisle.

This masterclass is all about teaching you how to make the dairy products that your family eats everyday, but also about teaching you how to fit making them, into your everyday life.

1 hour is all it takes me to make all of our fresh dairy products for the week and you can too! 1 hour a week of hands on time dairy processing, is all you need to knock down a majority of the items on your grocery list and save your family hundreds of dollars every month. That doesn’t sound too bad does it?


  • Tips on how to fit dairy processing into your life.
  • How to figure out which dairy products you should be making and how much
  • How to make a wide range of fresh dairy products in a very limited hands on time frame. This includes recipes such as Quark, Cottage Cheese, Hand Cheese, Sour Cream, Cream Cheese, Yogurt, Butter, Ghee, Kefir, Clabber and more!
  • What to do when your fresh dairy products are starting to go bad.

What You Need

This course was created with raw milk in mind, but all of the recipes in this course can also be completed with pasteurized milk. When people ask me if they can make cheese with pasteurized milk I always tell them a few things. First and foremost you can not make cheese with ultra pasteurized milk, so when choosing pasteurized milk for cheesemaking, be sure that it is not ultra pasteurized. When using pasteurized milk for cheeses that require rennet, you will need to add in calcium chloride before adding in the rennet. Calcium chloride can be purchased from any cheese supply store and should be added in at 1/4tsp per gallon of milk before the addition of rennet. Raw milk does not require calcium chloride added in, so you will notice that the recipes in this course do not list it.

The second thing I tell people is that if you do not have access to a raw milk source, dairy processing is still worth it! Especially when it comes to fresh dairy products that don’t take a huge amount of milk. If I did not have a fresh dairy source, I would still make yogurt, sour cream, cream cheese, quark and kefir at home. Not only would making these dairy products save me money, but they also would give me the peace of mind of knowing what ingredients went into making them. It is not always monetarily worth it to make your own dairy products, but these ones listed above, are, and I am so excited for you to take this course, regardless of where your milk is coming from!

The Family Milk Cow Course

You want fresh raw dairy products for your family, raw butter and heavy cream in your coffee, a sustainable source of food for your family if this world gets (more) crazy.

  • Where do you begin?
  • What about after the cow is home?
  • How do you care for a cow?
  • What do you look for when purchasing?
  • What supplements do they need?
  • How do you ever leave the farm?
  • What do they need?
  • Do you need a barn?
  • Can you sell your extra milk?

We are answering these questions plus so much more in this 10 part series. What would we of wanted to tell ourselves six years ago? We are excited in supporting you and your family on this next step on your homestead!


In this course we will share everything you need to know about finding and bringing home your family milk cow, caring for your cow, breeding and calving, plus so much more! We will share our highs and lows over the last 6 years of having a family cow and streamline the research process we have done. If you have ever wanted a family cow and don’t know where to begin, or are currently in the market for one, or have one and need to know how to care for them, this course is for you!

Raw milk here I come!

& raw butter too!!


Topics covered in the course

Where to look for a family milk cow

Questions to ask when purchasing

Bringing your milk cow home

Infrastructure for a cow


Breeding and calving

Calf Sharing

Milking your cow

& more!


Includes Resource Guide of the Following

-Cheese making supplies

-Supplements for cow

-Udder balms and Mastitis supplies

-Milk testing labs

-Becoming a herdshare

*This course is in Video format with categories *


Hi! We are the Vaughan Family

My name is Jenesse! Along with my husband Nathan and our four kiddos ranging from seven months to six years, make Vaughan Family Farm!

We are so excited to share with you all the things we have learned since bringing home our first milk cow six years ago. Neither my husband or I grew up on a farm and we both had never milked a cow. We jumped in with both feet and made mistakes along the way, mistakes we hope you won’t have to!

We hope this course will streamline the process of looking all over the place for information about your family milk and give you confidence in adding one to your homestead.

Happy Milking!

-The Vaughan Family

Raising Backyard Chickens E-Book

Have you thought about raising chickens for meat or eggs but don’t feel confident enough to start? Do you already have chickens, but don’t quite know the ins and outs to raising them? This ebook is for you! Come learn everything you need to know to be confident caring for your chickens.



Do you want a prepper pantry stocked with delicious and nutritious grains, but don’t know where to start? After more than a decade studying the incredible nutritional value of grains and the ancient ways people throughout the world have prepared for hard times, I know how to prepare. In fact, I’ve been able to amass a prepper pantry FULL of delicious potential for pennies on the dollar. With the right system and a little know-how, you can absolutely master stocking a long-term prepper pantry with grains as your foundation. And I can show you how.

My course, How to Master Prepping with Grains, is PERFECT for you if…

  • You love delicious, nutritious whole-grains
  • You want a prepper pantry that’s easy to stock and maintain
  • You feel overwhelmed or don’t know where to start
  • You want to prepare for both long-term and short-term needs.
  • You’re ready to finally master prepping the right way

If that describes you, then welcome to my new, 9-module video course! Take a look at what you’ll get:


How to Master Prepping with Grains

Module 1 – Introduction to Grains as a Prepper Food

• The one thing most preppers are missing
• What disaster types to prepare for
• How grains work in each prepping scenario

Module 2 – Why Grains Should Be Your Cornerstone

• The durability of grains
• The incredible nutritional value of wheat
• Why grains give the most bang for your buck
• How the Bible teaches us to prep with grains

Module 3 – Where to Buy Your Prepper Grains

• Where you cannot buy grains
• Who does sell grains in bulk
• How to save money when buying bulk grains
• How to judge quality in grains

Module 4 – What Grains to Focus On & Why

• Why wheat is the most balanced prepper food on the planet
• How wheat is such a versatile, one-stop-shop of prepper foods
• What alternate grains to stock if you have sensitivities
• The many meals you can get out of just grains

Module 5 – Other Food Items Needed

• How to make eating grains long-term exciting and delicious
• Essential companion ingredients you won’t want to leave out
• Choosing the most shelf-stable foods

Module 6 – How to Store, Rotate, & Maintain your Stockpile

• The convenient system to make prepping with grains super simple and easy
• How to get the maximum shelf life out of your stockpile
• How to label and organize your stockpile

Module 7 – Essential Equipment

• How to choose a grain mill for your grid-down scenario
• What you need to decide before buying a grain mill
• How to prep your prepper setup before you need it
• What you need to properly sprout grains
• The most reliable food storage devices that won’t break the bank

Module 8 – The Most Common Questions Answered

• How to sprout grains and when it matters
• How to prep with grains in small spaces
• The ancient art of nixtamalization: unlocking the treasures of corn
• How to prep with grains on a limited budget
• Are prepackaged or canned goods worth it?

Module 9 – The Prepper Challenge

• You CAN do this
• What not to do
• Working a system
• The #1 most important advice for preppers

Now, I know this is a LOT of information. And if you’re like me, right about now you’re probably thinking that there’s no way on God’s green earth you can afford an extensive training like this.

Well, you’re right – it IS a lot of information.

BUT – I’ve condensed it all down to very manageable, easy-to-absorb modules. I want anyone to be able to master prepping with grains. So, I’ve made this step-by-step guide simple and very easy to follow. You just access the videos, hit play, and start mastering!


I could probably sell each of these individually. But why not just hand them over to you completely free as a way to say thank-you for buying my course?! Here’s the list of FREE BONUSES you get along with this training course:

  • Audio Version for All Modules
  • Complete Essential Equipment Checklist
  • Bulk Grain Distributors List (with links)
  • Printable Grain Labels Collection
  • The Grains & Grit Grains Calculator
  • The Grains & Grit Stockpiling Container Cheat Sheet
  • Prepper Guide: “10 Essential Home Remedy Supplies for Preppers”
  • Prepper Guide: “Evacuation Planning for Families”
  • Prepper Guide: “Survival 101: Preparing a First Aid Kit for Children”

I’ll see you inside!