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How to Make Butter from Raw Milk | Roots & Boots

How to Make Butter from Raw Milk

  • Author: Kathleen | Roots & Boots


Fresh, creamy butter made from raw milk.  A food processor makes the process super simple!


  • Raw milk, with cream risen to the top
  • Unrefined sea salt



  1. First of all, your jars of raw milk need to sit in the fridge for at least 24 hours to allow the cream to rise to the top.
  2. Use the turkey baster (or a ladle) to transfer the cream from the top of the milk to a food processor.
  3. Turn on the processor and process the cream until the solids (butter) separate from the liquid (buttermilk).
  4. Strain the butter with a fine mesh strainer, saving the buttermilk.
  5. Rinse the butter in ice cold water, pressing to remove all liquids.
  6. Transfer butter to a dish or cutting board and mix in salt (to taste), if desired.
  7. Store and enjoy!

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