St Helen’s Farm goats’ butter is churned in our dairy. Goats’ cream is churned to release the butter milk and leaves us with our award-winning rich and creamy butter. Our butter is fantastic for all the usual things you’d expect – enjoy it on toast, for making a crumble or baking a cake.
Churning cream into butter
St Helen’s Farm goats’ butter is made by churning the cream in a large stainless steel vessel, which drains off the buttermilk and thickens the cream. To this, we add a small amount of colouring and salt.
The carotene colour we use helps to give the butter a more attractive appearance, which we find is what most people prefer. Otherwise the butter would be very white, rather like cooking lard!
The salt is included to help the flavour and to preserve the butter so that it has a reasonable shelf life once it is made. The butter is then packed in our dairy, where we have a small wrapping machine that forms the butter into our distinctive ‘D’ shaped rolls before wrapping them tightly in foil.
We’re absolutely delighted to have picked up so many Great Taste Awards again this year and continue to be recognised as an official Great Taste producer!
Organised by the Guild of Fine Food, the Great Taste Awards is acknowledged as the benchmark for fine food and drink. Winning ‘2 stars’ were St Helen’s Farm’s deliciously gentle Whole Goats’ Milk and our wonderfully creamy Natural Goats’ Milk Yogurt. Our Semi-Skimmed Goats Milk, Mild Goats’ Cheese, Mature Goats’ Cheese, Raspberry & Goji Yogurt, and Peach & Passion Fruit Yogurt all picked up ‘1 star’ each.
In 2018, our butter was again one of a select few to be judged worthy of the 2 Gold Stars at these prestigious awards that attract thousands of entries each year.
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