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Old 02-14-2019, 06:57 PM   #1
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I bought some real butter at the grocery store

Opps.... I got the unsalted stuff

Doesnt have any taste at all

I bought two avacados last week, one was ok the other was garbage inside... 50 cent each





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Old 02-14-2019, 08:13 PM   #2
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So looks like unsalted is for cooking and regular salted is the one with good flavor for buttering toast and roles and eating
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Old 02-14-2019, 08:48 PM   #3
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Still have the butter press.
But it's for decorative purposes only.
Haven't squeezed any cow teats in decades.

It would be an udder destruction.
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And I know the difference between the two.
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Still have the butter press.
But it's for decorative purposes only.
Haven't squeezed any cow teats in decades.

It would be an udder destruction.
I love butter...only eat and use the unsalted variety...also buy Gee which is clarified butter, also unsalted.

I haven't milked a cow since I was 14 years old...we didn't have a milking machine...or anyone that knew how to use one...hand operated creme separator was work enough.
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Old 02-15-2019, 08:42 AM   #6
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Just add salt to taste. Problem solved.

When I lived in Spain, the butter there was all unsalted.

Use "butter" in a sentence.

She had a smokin' hot body, butter face was a two-bagger!
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You are better off buying unsalted butter as the salt just extends the shelf life. When I butter my toast I add salt.
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How do you make butter soft so you can spread it ? Or is there a soft kind?

I didnt see any real butter soft kind at the store. Just stick type butter





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Don't refrigerate it.

You can make whipped butter using heavy whipping cream. Add a little salt and use a handheld beater to whip it until it looks like butter.
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I buy both regular stick butter and whipped butter.
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I buy both regular stick butter and whipped butter.
The Save-A-Lot I popped in two weeks ago had Land-O-Lake butter for 99 cents. Blow out deal. Wish I had bought more.
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They are proud of real butter..... its expensive
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They are proud of real butter..... its expensive
I buy 5-6 pounds of butter around holidays, it is $1.50-2.00 off per pound then. I mark the exp date, freeze it and use it in that order.
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Leave it out @ room temperature if you want it soft. A covered butter dish exist for a reason.
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We buy some Irish butter from Publix, the best I've found so far.
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