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Butter

Butter is a dairy food. It is made by moving the cream from whole milk for a long time. The fat in the milk separates from the liquid. The fat is a butter Butter is often eaten on bread, as a main ingredient in biscuits, as a shortening agent in some baking and cooking recipes, and for frying foods.

Most of the time, butter is made from cows' milk, butter can also be made from the milk of other mammals, like sheep, goats, buffalo, and yaks. Salt, flavorings and preservatives are sometimes added to butter.

Many people use butter in their foods instead of oil.

Type

Cultured butter is a butter made from a fermented cream.

Sweet cream butter is butter made from pasteurized fresh cream.

Raw cream butter is butter made from fresh or cultured unpasteurized cream.

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