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(NOTE: This instructable is addressed to who live in states and countries where buying raw milk is legal)

all of us drink 406 fl oz of pasteurized milk boxes and bottles for around $45

Buy Cream for desserts for around $9

Buy 1 lb unsalted Butter for around $11(6 lb for $66)

or Buy 17 ounce of Margarine for bout $24

so your list will be for $120 if you choose butter with cream and milk or $78 if you choose margarine with cream and milk.

what if you can get the same list with more healthier products, more nutritious value, and with no chemicals for just $36?

Step 1: Prepare Cream and Whipped Cream

First of all you should pasteurize milk buy simply put it on any pot and watch it till it boils, when boils it will start to raise so turn off fire immediately, it needs only 4 seconds boiling to pasteurize.

leave it to cool then put in the refrigerator for the next day.

get out the cream formed on the surface.

now you have milk to drink and free cream.

you can mix a small amount of milk and sugar to the cream to have free sweetened whipped cream.

Step 2: Prepare Butter

you can store the extracted cream in the freezer if you buy smaller amounts of milk till you have enough cream.

get that stored cream, put it in the mixer for 3 minutes, it will become more solid like in the picture.

grap it and squeeze to get milk out of it, then form in solid balls.

now you have natural and the healthiest butter for free + milk to cook with + previously milk to drink+ you may used some cream before and not stored the full amount. all for free.


Step 3: Prepare Margarine

you may not use all butter, you can put them on a bowel add salt and boil them till it has clear liquid and brownish solids. it may take an hour boiling.

put that liquid in a jar (it is Margarine) when cool will turn to white solid margarine, put these solids in another jar with a table spoon of milk and mix them well (it is kind of cheese).

now from the raw milk you have:

  1. pasteurized skimmed milk to drink
  2. cream
  3. sweetened whipped cream
  4. butter
  5. milk for cooking
  6. Margarine
  7. cheese

and again the offer is to buy raw milk then have not only free package but also healthy food without chemicals and processing that kills nutrition values.

(NOTE: This instructable is addressed to who live in states and countries where buying raw milk is legal)

<p>There is another correction. It isn't 'margerine'. Margerine is a product derived from plant-based oil (gross). What you're creating is actually clarified butter, or 'ghee' (pronounced 'hee'). Ghee is some fantastic stuff, too! ;)</p>
Good instructable, but just as a heads up, there's a typo in the title.
<p>thanks for the notice</p>
<p>Great instructable. Thank you.</p>

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