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Bacteria loves sugar. Butter with sugar added will spoil in a few hours at room temperature unless preservatives are added.
Well, I have to go against what sourd'oh said, I like the whisk attachment for cutting in butter. I have owned two kitchen aid's in the past and they both had nice solid whisks with thick wires that worked great for cutting in the butter. And to go with the heat theory that uval mentioned, a whisk has much smaller surface area hitting the butter and so is ...
You can get butter from soured milk or soured cream, but this is not the same thing as yogurt. It uses different culture and fermentation techniques than making yogurt. In today's parlance, what you'd need is "buttermilk" (the original meaning is the whey left after making butter out of it, but today the complete soured milk is sold under the name, without ...
Indian history says that Indian people made butter from curd (yogurt). Nowadays, in Western countries, butter is made from heavy cream. But both method can be used to make butter.
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