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« Reply #30 on: August 10, 2010 12:26:35 AM »

I am so pleased you can all use this simple tute.

I love making my own butter, it tastes so much better.


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« Reply #31 on: August 12, 2010 01:03:34 PM »

This is really cool and I never had a clue where butter milk comes from before now!

« Reply #32 on: August 12, 2010 06:22:49 PM »

Wow! I just tried this tonight, and it's so simple to make!

I guess the next step is to start experimenting with different flavors! Grin

Thank you so much for this tutorial!

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« Reply #33 on: August 18, 2010 03:06:06 PM »

Great instructions.  I've grown up making butter but we normally do it by shaking the cream in a container.

Last week my husband and I even used making butter as an activity at the VBS we were helping with.

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« Reply #34 on: August 18, 2010 05:39:29 PM »

Great post!  I've only made butter with students, shaking cream in air-tight tupperware-type containers, but never thought to make it a more modern way for myself (as strange as that may sound).  I'm really intrigued by the flavouring suggestions, especially cinnamon and honey!  Time to bake some bread and try it out!
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« Reply #35 on: August 20, 2010 11:27:45 PM »

I am absolutely inspired to make maple butter now.

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« Reply #36 on: August 26, 2010 12:38:47 PM »

I had to try this too, even though we don't normally use that much butter. It was fun and easy and now I want to make more. I just need to figure out how to use all that butter. Cooking is not an option right now since my younger son gets an upset tummy from dairy products. (I hope it'll pass within a year or so though.)
« Reply #37 on: September 01, 2010 03:06:41 PM »

Yummy, gotta love homemade butter minus all the shaking in the little jar  Cheesy
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« Reply #38 on: September 05, 2010 01:01:15 PM »

 Smiley yum this looks so easy! I might try this with the kids on my next day off!

« Reply #39 on: September 07, 2010 03:40:31 PM »

Keep a look out at your thrift shops for the Tupperware or Rubbermaid butter dishes. They seal tight. You can freeze in them and they are dishwasher safe. You can also use the Tupperware square one for cream cheese. I just picked up a extra one this weekend for a Quarter in the kitchen tool bin at my local thrift shop here in Lewisville Texas CCA. Love that place. When your butter is still soft place in a mold or plastic zip bag and freeze. Then pop out and place on your sealable butter dish! If you don't care to much about how pretty the shape looks you can just form it by hand and place in the dish and freeze or chill.

Also cute for a party use your silicone ice cube mold. (they often have them at the Dollar Tree) fill with butter and chill. Then when you have a special dinner pop one on a butter plate for each guest. You can also display them under a glass cloche, glass butter  bell or butter dish. Fancy shmacy especially with your gourmet flavored butters for breakfast or dinner! this look cute for rehearsal dinners and such.
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