The practice of churning to make butter has been around for thousands of years. It is mentioned in the Wisdom Literature of the Bible.
For the churning of milk produces butter, And pressing the nose brings forth blood; So the churning of anger produces strife. (Proverbs 30:33 NAU)
The ESV consistently uses the word pressing, from the Hebrew mits, three times in that verse.
For pressing milk produces curds, pressing the nose produces blood, and pressing anger produces strife. (Proverbs 30:33 ESV)
The NET Bible probably best conveys the meaning of the text by the use of churning, punching, and stirring up.
For as the churning of milk produces butter and as punching the nose produces blood, so stirring up anger produces strife. (Proverbs 30:33 NET)
The photo below shows a churn made of an animal skin in the reconstructed first century kitchen at Nazareth Village. I remember from childhood that we kept our churn on the hearth near the fire.
Don’t “churn” anyone in the nose today.