How Can You Make Organic Butter At Home?

How Can You Make Organic Butter At Home?

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Not all the kinds of butter that you see in the grocery stores are healthy, because most of them are made from pasteurized milk. But it doesn’t mean that you will have to stop consuming it because it is unhealthy because you can also make at home, organically.
Not only will it be fresh, but it will also be far healthier as it contains many vitamins (A) and minerals found in raw milk. Since homemade butter is rich in Vitamin A, it is very good for the health of our eyes, skins, tissues, membranes and teeth. Moreover, it also plays a role in gene transcription and is also rich in fatty acids, which can protect you from cancer. Let’s see how we can make it at home.

How to Make Organic Butter?

You don’t need a lot of ingredients to make butter. All you need are 2 cups organic heavy cream and a sea salt to taste.

First, process the cream in a food processor for about 10 minutes.
Don’t stop processing whet it turns into a thick whipped cream, but continue until the water separates from the butter. Now, drain all the water from it.

Place your butter into a colander
and strain off the liquid again.

Rinse the butter with cold water,
gently turning it with a spoon while the cold water runs over it until the water runs clear.

When the butter is clean, squeeze more liquid from butter using wooden paddles,
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or spoons to smash butter and pour off liquid.

Now mix some salt in it and keep it in a jar or bowl,

and store it in the fridge, or the freezer.

This type of butter can last for several months before going bad.
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