1973M.A. CookCape Kitchen 100When the butter had ‘come’ as the saying is, the buttermilk was strained off and the butter was tipped out into the botterbak. This was traditionally made of waboom...The botterbak was made out of one piece of wood.
1974Reader’s Digest Dec.Objects that became obsolete more recently: house and kitchen gadgets like the botterbak — the rectangular wooden dish in which butter was served with a spaan or scoop.
1989Afr. WildlifeVol.43No.3, 159Another traditional household use of the waboom was in the construction of butter-bowls or ‘botterbakke’ used in the butter-making process.
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