Store-bought butter doesn’t begin to compare to homemade, creamy butter made from the milk of a healthy cow.
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Oscar H. Will III raises mulefoot hogs on his Kansas farm.
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To make lard, use chopped or ground fat from healthy hogs.
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Be sure to grow an oilseed sunflower variety for a high oil-to-seed ratio.
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The manually operated Piteba press is a great option for small-scale cooking oil production.
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