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Grass Fed Butter in Toronto?

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Anyone know any places in Toronto that sell grass fed butter?

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  1. Organic Meadow just announced (on Facebook) the seasonal introduction of "pasture butter" (same as grass-fed, I'm presuming). I'm extremely excited about this and plan to stock up on it and freeze it for use throughout the year.

    "Looking for pasture-butter? Look for specially marked ‘pasture butter’ – the same great butter you've come to love, but now with an easy-to-find stamp that lets you know it’s been produced at the height of pasture season! Cheers!"

    1. I think there's a "why would you feed grass to butter?" joke in there, somewhere, but damned if I know where...

      1. What I'm after is "single udder" butter

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        1. re: Kagemusha

          I think you'd have an easier time finding a 40yr virgin... XD

          1. re: Kagemusha

            are you looking for left or right single udder? We will need to know to properly help you.

          2. I found it at Withrow Park Farmer's Market at the Monteforte Cheese table, $10 for ~ 250 grams.

            The woman selling it was raving about it, talking how people whip it and put it on their cappuccino.

            It tastes pretty good on a baguette. I didn't make the cappuccino yet.

            1. Just wondering if the OP is still looking.

              There is always Scheffler's in St Lawrence Market, selling the pricy import from France.

              I usually get it from my dairy co-op (which requires membership).