I started with three boxes of full cream (9 dl) and ended up with 400 g unsalted butter to bake and some nice buttermilk to drink.
Well: pour the cream in a bowl and begin to whisk with a balloon whisk:
Suddenly, you will hear that the machine's motor is working more heavy. Have a look and when you see this:
YOUR BUTTER IS ALMOST READY!! If you want salted butter, mix it carefully with a teaspoon of salt.
Now pour everything trough a sieve and take care of the buttermilk. This is really good to drink.
When most of the liquid dripped out of the sieve, put the butter into a clean towel:
Press out all water
Isn't it nice to keep some old knowledge fresh by trying to make your own butter? This will work untill there is cream shortness. That's when we need to buy milk from a farmer and seperate it in cream and milk with a good old separator but I hope I don't need to make that blogpost :-)