In this article we will be sharing with you how to make butter, especially from whole milk, but first we will share some of the benefits of whole milk. So, please continue to read.
· Improves skin complexion. · High in calcium, which helps to promote healthy bones and teeth. · Improves growth in muscle. · The vitamins and minerals in dairy are linked with stress-relief. · Boost in energy with the rich protein and fat. · Improves eyesight, lower cholesterol level, improves heart and liver health, and reduces stroke risk.
Ingredients – Half a gallon of whole raw milk (This should be enough to prepare half a cup of butter). You will have to use more milk if you need to yield more butter.
Step 1 Skimming and ripening of the milk. Step 2 Sterilize a glass jar and ladle spoon in boiling water. Step 3 Take the spoon and scoop out the cream from the jar’s top and collect in the sterile glass jar. Step 4 You can then screw the lid on the jar and leave it to ripen in a close contained filled halfway with warm water.
Step 5 After chilling in an ice bath for up to 10 minutes, shake the jar continuously until notice a change in weight as the liquid begins to lump up. Step 6 Once you have enough lumps in the jar, you will need a strainer and butter muslin. Step 7 Place the butter muslin over the strainer and keep it in a bowl to collect the liquid inside it.
Step 8 Gently pour the liquid into the muslin fabric and watch it collect even the tiniest particle of butter. Step 9 Wrap the muslin fabric collecting the butter at the middle, and dip it in an ice-cold bath. Step 10 Knead the butter with a wooden spoon and drain out the water. Step 11 You can choose to add in flavor or salt the butter and then store it in an airtight container for not more than three weeks.