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Best spreadable butter
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Yes, as explained in my first post, I want spreadable from the fridge (as close to) Butter as possible.
It ain't gonna happen, not with real pure butter anyway.
Go and have some margarine!
I bet you like your icecream warm!
Change the water regularly to keep it fresh.
I find it works better than a standard butter dish. I know I haven't described it very well! But Amazon sells them from between £15-£25 and you'll get the picture better than my description I think
Just warn any guests as it's easy to think you pick the the butter bell up and tip it over ..... and they end up wet!
The butter dish I showed you will keep your butter from melting even in a warm house.
You're asking the impossible if you want real butter but are unprepared to keep it in a suitable dish. As others have said, stick to margarine if you want it spreadable from the fridge. Even the butter substitutes don't spread easily straight from the fridge.
I know 100% real butter doesn't spread.
I want to know if anyone knows the best dairy spread, with the highest % of pure butter.
Whenever I'm shopping I can never read the tiny ingredients listing.
I wondered if anyone had found the best substitute.
No, like I like my butter (dairy spread) cold from the fridge, I like my ice cream cold & hard from the freezer.
M&S do one too, I've had them both, they aren't really very spreadable.
The other kerrygold isn't bad.
Anything else is Margerine.
( That's how I feel about il )
I agree completely.