How to Make your own butter... Let the cream sit out at room temperature to ripen for 2-3 hours. Pour the cream into the butter churn. After letting the cream sit at room temperature for 2 -3 hours to ripen, you can see the thickness of the cream form at the top of the jar. Start to hand crank the churner. If using a mason jar, start to shake the jar vigorously. The cream will go through several stages before the butter separates. You then strain and rinse off the buttermilk and your done!
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