You cannot do it with milk from your regular stores because that milk is pasteurized. If you have a cow though, milk it; place the mil in a glass jug and leave it for a couple of days at room temperature. You will begin to see how it "splits" after a while, turning to sour milk (buttermilk).
It is quite simple - you just need non-pasteurized milk (fresh from a cow?)
I saw a TV chef do this just yesterday with a little lemon juice.
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