Food Commodities: Butter

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What is butter?
Natural dairy product which is a water in oil emulsion made from cream
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What is the nutritional value of butter?
80% fat- high energy food. protein, vitamin A, D and small amounts of calcium
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What is lactic butter?
(unsalted) the pausteurised cream is ripened before churning with a lactobacullus culture, gives acidic flavour and improves keeping qualtities
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What is Sweetcream butter?
The cream isn't ripened before churning and therefore the salt content needd to be higher to assist the keeping qualities
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What are the uses of butter?
Speading, base for sauces, pastries, frying, basting, glazing
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80% fat- high energy food. protein, vitamin A, D and small amounts of calcium

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What is lactic butter?

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What is Sweetcream butter?

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