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First of all... Regarding the process of making butter, because that is what this thread is supposed to be explaining. It is not a thread to "politely" criticize the methods, grammar, English Composition, or falsify costs of someone's method. I am "honestly, experienced in speaking about all of the above". It is possible to make butter in a jar as long as the cream from whole milk is used and I purchase whole milk from a farm that costs $2 per gallon. Therefore, the $40 cost is really grasping at negative Condescending uneducated straws. "Honestly, knowledgeable and experienced speaking", to clear up a "polite" uneducated monetary unfounded guesstamation. Lol So really I use milk from a farm allow several hours for the cream to settle on the top and then (using a turkey baster) remove the cream from the top. Then put the cream in a blender on a lower speed and let it churn! It takes approximately 15 min (more or less depending on the amount of cream) and when you see little clumps starting to form, you know its working! The less the better at one time so the cream doesn't get to hot due to the blender heating up you cream. Take out when the butter clumping is throughout the pitcher and put in a container. You will need to place in fridge and periodically remove the excess moisture with draining or dabbing with paper towels. Oops forgot before removing from pitcher on blender salt (if you so choose, to your own liking) . After those easy steps you will have pure homemade tasteful butter! Also the jar method with a marble or one of those protein shake bottles with the wire shaker ball in it WILL WORK! ONLY Thing is that its going to take longer and your arms will be tired. Proving this all did not require a book, only personal experience! Not everything is learned in a book, using parenthetical citations, with proper spelling or grammar! There is much to learn from people who do not use a book all the time, or have the irreplaceable knowledge of personal experience. I am not sure why that "polite " person even posted on here if they just wanted to insult a person's personal knowledge and experience. That kind of reply speaks ignorance and lack of abilities to learn from others due to thinking they already KNOW IT ALL! Some of the most " uneducated people" have the most knowledge to share due having so much personal experience and perseverance! I feel those qualities get a person further in life than a degree attained from books! Fortunately I have both and if I had to choose which one to rely on .... Personal knowledge and experience over proper spelling Parenthetical Citations, being rude to other, acting as if I am superior to another! "Honestly, knowledgeable, experienced , educated, and open minded, and kindly speaking" That what this cite is for sharing and learning from others and there is no where stated spelling, grammar, parenthetical citations, are a requirement, just kindness. Kudos to Ionibobonny and your childhood memories and sharing your knowledge!
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Posted:May 18, 2009
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