How do you chill your Goats milk quickly? I was having a major problem with off tasting milk until I started really focusing on the chilling. I've found that if I can get the milk down to 40' within 30-45 minutes that it doesn't have that goaty flavor. I've been using 2 splatterware metal pitchers and placing them in gallon ziploc bags ans packing ice around them then adding a bit of water to the ice to fill in the little places. This is working ok for now but I'm using a Ton of ice and if I start milking another doe it's not going to work because I won't have enough pitcher space for the extra milk. Does anyone have any suggestions on a different setup? I did some research online and haven't gotten much info. People talk about putting the milk in the freezer and stirring it but I don't think that will chill the milk as quickly as I'm wanting. It's really important to me that I can figure out how to make this work as both my daughter and I are intolerant to cows milk and goats milk is working great for both of us now.