Fresh Churned Butters
You may remember in grade school taking turns with your classmates shaking a jar of cream until the butter was so thick the the water (buttermilk) would pour off and what was left was butter.
On the family farm the old fashioned butter churn looks like this: It was so creamy and good you could never get enough. The butter you buy at your favorite grocery store comes from multimillion dollar churns that turn out butter by the ton. The butter is then packaged and sent straight to the freezer.
Unfortunately the water freezes into crystals and forever changes the mouth feel and the flavor of the butter. Fresh Churned butters are ‘specially’ handled to NEVER be frozen. This preserves the taste and creamy texture that butter has fresh off the churn.