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@Jill Hi Jill, thanks for your question. One cup of butter makes just over a third of a cup of fresh butter. I hope this helps!

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Churning butter has long been used as the primary household method for producing butter. You'll need a butter churner plus cream, and a mold for the butter.

How to Make Butter Without a Separator, Without a Churn, and Without Difficulty by the Editors of Mother Earth News The Foxfire Book of Appalachian Cookery, edited by Linda Garland Page and Eliot Wigginton, Foxfire Press, 1984

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The traditional 4 quart glass jar will churn two quarts of cream into approximately - lbs. of fresh butter and approximately 3 cups of buttermilk. 

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