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Yes, butter does spoil. Discover how quickly, under what conditions, and how to prevent spoilage.
You CAN clarify salted butter. Though the clarification process will remove some of the salt it will not remove it all so additional salt will be added to the recipe.
Making butter in a mason jar is very simple but it is a timely and arduous task. The butter will need to be agitated (churned) to separate the buttermilk from the butter. You can use many methods to agitate the butter including a traditional churn, a simple mason jar, or an electric mixer.
Discover how to make whipped butter with air, water, and milk as well as tasty variations such as garlic whipped butter.