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Cultured grass fed French butter


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3 minutes ago, BuffJim said:

There’s an Irish one, Kerry Gold. Not sure the price but I think it’s spendy. 

I've not had cultured butter from them, but their regular butter is tasty good!  Not super spendy, about $4 most places around here.  I have been using Trader Joe's butter because it is inexpensive and good for baking/cooking, but Kerrygold is far better if you are spreading as a condiment.

I like butter.

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14 minutes ago, Randomguy said:

I've not had cultured butter from them, but their regular butter is tasty good!  Not super spendy, about $4 most places around here.  I have been using Trader Joe's butter because it is inexpensive and good for baking/cooking, but Kerrygold is far better if you are spreading as a condiment.

I like butter.

Kerrygold is very spreadable!  I could swear I remember all regular tub butter being more spreadable, but I guess I am mis-remembering, maybe thinking aboot margarine, even though we have never used the stuff.  You would think that is the whole idea for the tub - otherwise, why bother?  I guess it is slightly more convenient than wresting with stick butter and its wrapper.

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17 minutes ago, Randomguy said:

I've not had cultured butter from them, but their regular butter is tasty good!  Not super spendy, about $4 most places around here.  I have been using Trader Joe's butter because it is inexpensive and good for baking/cooking, but Kerrygold is far better if you are spreading as a condiment. 

I like butter. 

Kerrygold is at Costco too, so if you eat a lot of it, it is even cheaper there than a normal grocery store.

I'm a whipped butter guy, so rarely use stick butter except when a recipe calls for it.

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2 hours ago, Airehead said:

I feel so snobbish but that is what I had on my bagel. It was cheaper than lox. It was good for a treat but at $17.99 a pound won't grace the Aire table often. 

It is a difficult and time consuming process to give cows culture.  

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