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#12035257 - 05/16/17 Re: Butter [Re: Mannlicher]  
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#12035481 - 05/16/17 Re: Butter [Re: Mannlicher]  
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Picked up some Trader Joe's butter yesterday.

Will give it a try out in the AM, when I butter my bowl for Shirred eggs.

Sam always has good advice!


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#12037363 - 05/17/17 Re: Butter [Re: Mannlicher]  
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We tried the Trader Joe's French made butter on an English muffin last night !

I'm on a low cab. diet, but HAD to eat part of a muffin with this butter!

What Yummy stuff! I never knew butter could be so GOOD!

Thanks Sam !!!!


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#12037747 - 05/17/17 Re: Butter [Re: USMC2602]  
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Originally Posted by USMC2602
OK, I have to say thank you, the Trader Jacques butter is outstanding!



Yeah i tried it and its very nice. recommend for all as long as it goes with your health.

#12037804 - 05/17/17 Re: Butter [Re: wabigoon]  
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Originally Posted by wabigoon
All the dairy cows is Wisconsin, USA, and butter has to be imported? I don't want to sound like mohick, shudder, but what do I know?



i agree with you, there's no point using imported butter, we have a huge varieties of USA made butter here.

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#12039327 - 05/18/17 Re: Butter [Re: Mannlicher]  
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It is a fer cry to call most of that crap butter !!!!!!!!! Guess some havent had anything better !!

#12042345 - 05/19/17 Re: Butter [Re: goldroger]  
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Originally Posted by goldroger
Originally Posted by wabigoon
All the dairy cows is Wisconsin, USA, and butter has to be imported? I don't want to sound like mohick, shudder, but what do I know?



i agree with you, there's no point using imported butter, we have a huge varieties of USA made butter here.



Butter is different in America, as I pointed out. More water, less butterfat, and not cultured. American commercial butter is just not very good. For that matter, a lot of commercial butter in Europe is not that great either. As with anything else, you have to seek out, and pay for, a superior product. We each decide how that important is to us.


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#12042375 - 05/19/17 Re: Butter [Re: Mannlicher]  
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Well Sam, you have presented evidence. There was a time when I thought a table saw was a table saw. 35 years, and 5 saws later, I know there are differences. That of course is just an example, and I had never heard of French butter till I read your post.

I'm a bit like John Conlee, I'm just a common man.


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#12042472 - 05/19/17 Re: Butter [Re: Mannlicher]  
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Europe has high standards for the raw products that go into their butter and cheese. Sadly in America it's often the lowest grade that goes into butter and cheese.


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#12042805 - 05/19/17 Re: Butter [Re: 458 Lott]  
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Originally Posted by 458 Lott
Europe has high standards for the raw products that go into their butter and cheese. Sadly in America it's often the lowest grade that goes into butter and cheese.


^^^^^^^


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#12043224 - 05/20/17 Re: Butter [Re: wabigoon]  
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#12043228 - 05/20/17 Re: Butter [Re: Mannlicher]  
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No, Sam. and no dog now, do you like green eggs, and ham?


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#12043320 - 05/20/17 Re: Butter [Re: wabigoon]  
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Originally Posted by wabigoon
Well Sam, you have presented evidence. There was a time when I thought a table saw was a table saw. 35 years, and 5 saws later, I know there are differences. That of course is just an example, and I had never heard of French butter till I read your post.

I'm a bit like John Conlee, I'm just a common man.


then you will enjoy common butter. laughing.


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#12043620 - 05/20/17 Re: Butter [Re: Mannlicher]  
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holstein milk is just like coors light , sex in a canoe beer!! F^&KING near water!!!!!!

#12082529 - 06/10/17 Re: Butter [Re: Mannlicher]  
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Originally Posted by Mannlicher
Other than the butter I used to churn as a child on the farm, the best butter I have found has been the President brand, out of France. The other day though, I found what I believe to be an even better butter. Trader Joe's Cultured Butter from Brittany in France.
Life is too short to work with common, insipid, everyday butter. Trust me on this. smile
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I can now agree whole heartedly. That butter "President" kicks azz.

Picked some up yesterday and it definitely has a better flavor, and even texture, than the Smith Bros stuff I usually buy.


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