Saturday, October 4, 2008

Butter Pictorial

DISCLAIMER: PICTURES ARE NOT TAKEN BY A PROFESSIONAL! :)


Noticed the half filled jar :)

Put mixer on high

watch the cream grow

it is beginning to make some ribbons

the rich smooth whipped cream is forming


the whipped cream is starting to change

the yellow you are about to observe is not added :)













the butter milk is poured off and the butter washed. Once it washes clear then you can add any flavors you'd like.

Here is the buttermilk with butter flakes - it is light and nothing like what is found in the store.

this is to give an idea of how much buttermilk I get.

8 comments:

Sunny Optimist said...

Looks awesome dude! Cant wait to try some. Although I'll wait until the kids complete their flavour experimentation :)

Kansas Mom said...

Very informative. I never would have imagined it looked quite like that as the butter formed. I'm glad you can use the mixer, though, because it seems easier than churning.

Plus, we already have a mixer. A great one.

Janelle said...

A churn is so much more expensive than a $6 mixer from Wal-Mart. I was really happy it worked out. :)

Anonymous said...

Way to go Farm Girl! the butter looks tasty. cant wait to see what your next creation will be...

Karen said...

I'd love to taste the homemade butter... guess I should put that on my list of things to do!

Liz said...

Wow! That looks like fun. I need to get myself a cow. :p

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J.D. Collins said...

I want to try this, but one question lingers from your tutorial - How does one wash butter?






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Carmell said...

i just made some butter last weekend and i wish i saw this first!! i made mine in a jar and shook it for like 20 minutes!! i will defiantly do it this way next time!!!

i have 5 babies too... i will not be trying for number 6 though!! good luck to you!