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FoodStuff Gets Some Culture(d Butter)

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Anney and Lauren visit a local butter producer, Banner Butter, to learn how cultured butter is made. 2- Part Audio Episode on Butter: http://shows.howstuffworks.com/foodstuff/butter-part-1.htm and http://shows.howstuffworks.com/foodstuff/butter-part-2.htm Twitter: https://twitter.com/foodstuffhsw Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/foodstuff/ Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/foodstuffhsw Subscribe on Apple Podcasts (https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/id1209196729), Spotify (https://open.spotify.com/show/4nYaabgKy13cOM4fydH9kX), GooglePlay (https://play.google.com/music/listen?u=0#/ps/Iilp6fa5za75ob6pdfabqfphwk4) or wherever podcasts are found. -- A new-ish audio podcast and video series from HowStuffWorks about, y'know, food and stuff. Join hosts Anney Reese and Lauren Vogelbaum as they explore the science, history, and culture behind everything we eat & drink.
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AsyrafAdventures (1 year ago)
This channel is confusing. I remember the channel posting about cool stuff then it went real deep with the conspiracy theories and now we have.... butter.. hmm
Longhairbear (1 year ago)
Hi, no video of you talking about butter on here? just your podcast? I don't do podcasts.
HowStuffWorks (1 year ago)
Hey there! Right now, this is the only video about butter that we have up. We don't currently have plans to make a longer video -- we're primarily a podcast, and video takes a lot more resources. Out of curiosity, do you ever 'watch' videos that are mostly just audio with a few background images? Some of the podcasts in the HowStuffWorks family have released episodes like that here on YouTube, and we'd consider it if people were interested.
in Valhalla神様 (1 year ago)
Cool stuff.
CountryandIrishFan (1 year ago)
So glad to be irish and have some of the best food in the world which we probably take for granted.
HowStuffWorks (1 year ago)
Irish butter is definitely fabulous! We'd love to take a field trip and try everything.
Sai K Vashisht (1 year ago)
And in india we do it at home all the time manually.
HowStuffWorks (1 year ago)
That's awesome. Is it common to use some type of churn, or the more manual shake-cream-in-a-jar-type method?
billy boot (1 year ago)
Last time I was this early butter was milk...