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Are we the only ones with his & hers butter?

Kerrygold salted for me, Kate's unsalted for her. We both feel strongly enough about it that we have two active butter dishes at all times!

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  1. do you know if Kate's is available in fairfield county ct. had the salted version once and loved it.

    Obviously Mrs BobB has excellent taste.

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    1. re: jfood

      Do you have a Whole FOods in Fairfield Cty Ct??? If so, ask them. That is where I buy Kate's butter in Massachusetts.

      1. re: emilief

        Thanks E. I found a whole foods a few towns over and called them. They do carry the butter. There's also a Vitamin Store in town that will order a case for me, but that's a lot of butter.

        http://jfoodonfood.blogspot.com New posting 11/20/07

    2. We're the same: I want to real thing, both salted and unsalted; he has the big old tub of I Can't Believe Its Not (I can believe it!). Me the purist that I am, I want the good stuff, I'm still convinced its better that what he uses. Same for mayo, I want the real stuff, he has to have Miracle Whip. Imagine, MW on a turkey sandwich? Ugh.

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      1. re: lrostron

        i don't use butter, she does. problem solved! there is only a "hers" tub. but the same with mayo, i use omega enhanced healthy stuff, she uses the real mccoy. and when i used to drink milk, i drank fat free(she wouldn't touch it). now there's only her 2% stuff in there. next to the soy "milk".

        1. re: lrostron

          Miracle Whip?? Pah! I despise MW, but there are some savages who love the stuff. *shugders*

          1. re: MysticYoYo

            That's my savage ... MW all the way. Imagine, MW in egg salad, that's what's in his lunch today - gag!

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          1. Kate's of Maine for me. Salted or not, as needed.

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            1. re: Gio

              I tried Kate's salted, but went back to Kerrygold. Kate's is fine for cooking (and in fact in cooking I tend to use unsalted and then salt the dish to taste), but when it comes to good old-fashioned buttered toast Kerrygold had Kate's beat for both texture and taste - even when just out of the refrigerator it seems more spreadable. I suspect it has to do with European butter having a lower moisture content than US.

              1. re: BobB

                Yes, I suppose you're right. That's why like Plugra as well. Less moisture and more butterfat. Happy Thanksgiving!

            2. real unsalted butter for me.

              stupid, trendy "reduce your cholesterol 97% fat free GM modified tasteless pap" for him.

              But I'm not the one who had the heart attack.