Make your own organic butter with this simple recipe

Oil is traditionally produced from pasteurized milk, which does not give any health benefits. So, try replacing the processed oil with your home organic. This organic type contains most of the minerals and vitamins contained in raw milk.

It is loaded with vitamin A, a necessary vitamin for the health of the skin, eyes, membranes, tissues and teeth. In addition, vitamin A plays an important role in the transcription of genes.

The oil consists of medium and short chain fatty acids. These acids provide protection against cancer.

How to Make Organic Oil

You need:

  • 2 cups of organic heavy cream
  • Sea salt to taste

Instructions:

  • First put the heavy cream in the food processor and treat it for 10 minutes. You will get thick whipped cream.
  • Continue the treatment until this thick cream becomes grainy and divide into buttermilk and butter. Then dry it from buttermilk.
  • Clean the oil on the sides, and then put it in a bowl. Put the oil in a colander and grind the buttermilk even more.
  • Use a little cold water to rinse the oil. Make sure that you turn it with a wooden spoon as the water runs through it. Rinse it until the water is clean.
  • When you get a clean oil, with a spoon or oar, squeeze the rest of the liquid.
  • Put the oil in a bowl or jug, and then store in the refrigerator. This oil will not spoil for several months.

In addition, you can make some kind of butter that children will love. MotherEarthLiving.com recommends some interesting combos with a softened unsalted butter, such as:

  • Chop parsley and lemon rind
  • Crushed black olives Kalamata and crushed cheese Feta
  • Chopped garlic, clipped fresh Thai basil and drained, sliced, marinated ginger
  • Shabby fresh basil and grated Parmesan cheese
  • Sesame oil and grated ginger
  • Lime zest, fried fresh coriander, hot sauce or Sriracha
  • Sea salt and ground black pepper
  • Crushed fresh or dried cranberries, orange peel and fresh sage
  • Honey and shredded pecans
  • Bilberry, maple syrup and orange peel

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