I love butter. I am not ashamed to discuss the shear volume of the pale yellow brick of milk fat that our small family of four consumes. And why should I be? After all butter is rich is Vitamins A, D and K. The cholesterol found in butterfat is integral to children’s brain and nervous system development. The saturated fats present in butter have strong anti-tumor and anti-cancer properties. And you know what else? You can make it yourself – very easily.
The taste is superior to most you’ll find in the grocery stores (especially if you leave the cream out to sour for a bit). On top of that you get a great arm workout in the process.
For more scientific information on making butter at home check out this video.
Thanks to my super talented husband for helping me create this highly educational video.