Love of butter is not new among Indians with butterly tales of Lord Krishna which most of us are aware of.
Whether on toast or in cakes, butter is one of the most used ingredients in Indian homes. However, there is always a debate raging whether it is good or bad for one’s health.
Consumer VOICE experts have made various studies on different kinds and brands of butter to help you understand the complexities of this simple ingredient.
We live in a world full of choices , it’s confusing to choose a simple thing like butter. The grocery store shelves are crowded with different brands and varieties, yet most recipe still just say “butter.”
The clear difference between salted and unsalted butter is the presence of salt. Mostly unsalted butter is made with 100% cream, salted butter will have some salt added to it.
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