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Salted Butter

N THE PAST, home cooks didn’t have the luxury of buying their butter in sticks at the supermarket; for many, making butter was a tedious and labor-intensive household chore. Today, transforming cream into butter can be as easy as it is satisfying: The food processor removes the drudgery of churning and leaves only the fun parts of the process behind. In total, it

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