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Re: salted butter/ unsalted butter

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Butter with sea salt in it for toast or spread on tiger bread - has a nice `crunch` to it when you bite one of the salt crystals.
Very tasty, except..salt crystals are sharp and can scratch your teeth enamel.
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I prefer salted butter. If l buy unsalted, itís usually by mistake! So, l use it to make cakes.
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18-05-2019, 04:09 PM
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Re: salted butter/ unsalted butter

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I prefer salted butter. If l buy unsalted, itís usually by mistake! So, l use it to make cakes.
Me too! I even use for the occasional time I bake cakes, etc. It's never made much difference to the taste.
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18-05-2019, 06:16 PM
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Re: salted butter/ unsalted butter

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Me too! I even use for the occasional time I bake cakes, etc. It's never made much difference to the taste.
Cache, That is true, it doesnít really make a difference in the taste but l feel like the quality might be better?

I love, President butter, which will probably disappear when we leave the EU. I also like Lurpack and Anchor butter.
I couldnít eat the butter in tubs that is mixed with oil. Block butter only for me.
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Re: salted butter/ unsalted butter

Love Lurpack salted but eat unsalted .
Mr M is supposed to be on a low salt diet
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19-05-2019, 05:55 AM
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Re: salted butter/ unsalted butter

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I love, President butter, which will probably disappear when we leave the EU. I also like Lurpack and Anchor butter.
I couldnít eat the butter in tubs that is mixed with oil. Block butter only for me.
I used to love Anchor butter when it still came from New Zealand. Since they moved it to UK and changed the recipe it is not the same.

These days the only butter I use is Kerrygold. Their cows are grass fed and not injected with antibiotics or growth hormones. It is a bit more expensive than other butters - but it is delicious!
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19-05-2019, 06:48 AM
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Re: salted butter/ unsalted butter

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I used to love Anchor butter when it still came from New Zealand. Since they moved it to UK and changed the recipe it is not the same.

These days the only butter I use is Kerrygold. Their cows are grass fed and not injected with antibiotics or growth hormones. It is a bit more expensive than other butters - but it is delicious!
Kerrygold is softer too, which means you can spread it easier so feel less guilty about eating it.
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19-05-2019, 07:48 AM
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Re: salted butter/ unsalted butter

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Kerrygold is softer too, which means you can spread it easier so feel less guilty about eating it.
Also it's easier to spread thinly if like me 'everything in moderation' is the motto!
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19-05-2019, 08:09 AM
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... another thumbs up for Kerrygold.




not so keen on President or Lurpack.
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I use both,mostly for baking!.
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