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Kitchen Notes: Making Butter
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Itismeagain
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PostPosted: Wed Oct 19, 2016 8:53 am    Post subject: And back to runny liquid. Reply with quote

Can heavy whipping cream be 'over mixed'? I used a Nutnribullet, and in the process of smacking it around trying to get it to blend, my mix of very soft butter turned back to liquid form. It is not as thick as it was in the beginning, either. Can this be re-mixed to try again? Or should I make treats for the dog w/it? Hate to waste, but if I can do nothing w/it.
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PostPosted: Thu Oct 20, 2016 5:23 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

sounds like you may have melted the butter.

a blender is not imho an appropriate tool to churn butter. that said,,,,

did you get a separation of butter and a watery liquid (aka buttermlk?)
once the butter fat has lumped up and you have a batch of butter chunks and butter milk, it's time to stop with the whipping/churning/whatever.

the heat from the motor may simply have melted the butter. did it go back to something like butter when it cooled?
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