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    Don't anger the dairy lobby
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    Has anyone experienced this first hand? I don't keep my butter out on the counter unless i'm working through a sourdough loaf (which i haven't in a while) so not sure how true this is.

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    So now people care what is being fed to livestock all the sudden when the product is suspiciously improved?

    Also re not keeping butter on the counter, what kind of animal are you? Do you prefer eating cold chunks of butter on your toast/bagel?
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    Figured it was just cause that cabinet was cooler...

    I’ve actually noticed a few sticks being the opposite... thought it was margarine, soft and the wrong taste for butter

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    Meanwhile, we're blissfully ignoring that butter is somehow over $5/pound at the store?
    And Dempsters bread is $5/loaf?

    We are the dumbest collection of knuckle-dragging, gorfs in the history of the planet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by killramos View Post
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    So now people care what is being fed to livestock all the sudden when the product is suspiciously improved?

    Also re not keeping butter on the counter, what kind of animal are you? Do you prefer eating cold chunks of butter on your toast/bagel?
    My understanding leaving butter on the counter was actually bad because of bacteria and shit that can grow on it?

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    Butter dish on counter 100% of the time. Fridge can go fuck itself. I also dont refrigerate Jam or Salsa
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    Quote Originally Posted by ExtraSlow View Post
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    Butter dish on counter 100% of the time. Fridge can go fuck itself. I also dont refrigerate Jam or Salsa
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    Quote Originally Posted by ThePenIsMightier View Post
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    Meanwhile, we're blissfully ignoring that butter is somehow over $5/pound at the store?
    And Dempsters bread is $5/loaf?

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    Quote Originally Posted by firebane View Post
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    My understanding leaving butter on the counter was actually bad because of bacteria and shit that can grow on it?
    Probably eat more bacteria from licking your fingers on wing night

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    Quote Originally Posted by firebane View Post
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    My understanding leaving butter on the counter was actually bad because of bacteria and shit that can grow on it?
    The salt in butter is a very effective preservative at reasonable temperatures and timeframes. It’s actually kindof the point of butter lol.

    People these days are such creme puffs
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    I wonder since it's refrigerated in store that people automatically think refrigeration is needed for butter.

    I don't use it quick enough so I usually only leave 1/2 stick out. Leaving whole stick out it tends to get rancid/smell is off by last 1/4 or 1/5. I heard butter crock can increase life in room temp but too lazy to try.
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    Yes, when I saw this on the news, it was such a relief to know what the reasoning was.

    The butter thing was annoying me for months. I was thinking it was the quality of the brand I was getting, but now it makes a lot more sense.

    I always get the PC Optimum offers for $1.99 butter, so I buy all my butter at Shoppers Drug Mart
    Eggs for $1.49 too. Can't beat it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by killramos View Post
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    The salt in butter is a very effective preservative at reasonable temperatures and timeframes. Itís actually kindof the point of butter lol.

    People these days are such creme puffs
    This isn't really true anymore. Back in the day much more salt was added to butter. That stuff could be left outside basically forever.

    You can keep salted butter on the counter for about two weeks. Unsalted a few days.

    I've been buying butter for years now and keeping it out on the counter. It's always soft. Not sure what this crazy person has been doing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Disoblige View Post
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    Yes, when I saw this on the news, it was such a relief to know what the reasoning was.

    The butter thing was annoying me for months. I was thinking it was the quality of the brand I was getting, but now it makes a lot more sense.

    I always get the PC Optimum offers for $1.99 butter, so I buy all my butter at Shoppers Drug Mart
    Eggs for $1.49 too. Can't beat it.
    Well, it is the quality and it's down apparently.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JRSC00LUDE View Post
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    Well, it is the quality and it's down apparently.
    Yeah, but it all across the board, and knowing the reason why makes me feel a bit better lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ercchry View Post
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    Figured it was just cause that cabinet was cooler...

    We keep ours fairly close to a 25yo window, so it's always harder in the winter, and soft in the summer. I won't see a difference for another few months

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    Well, my takeaway is that I now have a legitimate reason to buy the $6 half blocks of grass fed butter

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    with chestfeeding being a thing, hold your complaint till you get woke butter from a bull.

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