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Best spreadable butter
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There is a world of difference between the diary spreads that are made basically with butter & oil and Asda own brand margarine.
They still contain hydrogenated oils and you can't cook with them.
That's the one I have at the moment.
Checked the packaging, I never noticed that before.
It is nice, not really spreadable from the fridge, but better than M&S & kerrygold softer butter. I'll stick with it.
Where's she going to have to go to buy margarine from then? Can't be sold in UK.
What do you think Flora, clover, I can't believe it's not butter, utterly butterly etc are?
Some are dairy spreads, which are different to margarine.
It ain't margarine, which can't be sold in UK as I stated!