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    • k66
    • By k66 28th May 08, 3:49 PM
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    I always pop one in the freezer to extend it's life.
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    • 28th May 08, 4:01 PM
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    • 28th May 08, 4:01 PM
    most spreadable butter will freeze really well - i brought asda's own when is was £1 about 3 months ago and its still fine when i take it out of the freezer
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    • By Biggles 28th May 08, 8:16 PM
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    • 28th May 08, 8:16 PM
    most spreadable butter will freeze really well
    Originally posted by louietudor
    Yes, but don't be fooled, Lurpak Spreadable isn't butter.

    Like Anchor before them (who had 'Anchor Spreadable Butter', then it just became 'Anchor Spreadable' all with identical branding to before), they're selling a blend of butter, vegetable fats etc and hoping people will buy it as butter.
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