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Organic Butter

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Can organic butter be used in baking?

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Sure !

Every smoker quits smoking sooner or later!

Only the smart ones are doing it while they are still alive.

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Every smoker quits smoking sooner or later!

Only the smart ones are doing it while they are still alive.

Wer den Pfennig nicht ehrt,

Ist des Talers nicht wehrt !

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Marip, why would you think it wouldn't?  all food once was organic, it's just butter from cows that have not eaten grass with pesticides or been given hormones and antibiotics and other stuff.  

I think organic anything is fine to use, but don't get confused between organic and not processed - unprocessed brown sugar is the sugar without the molasses having been taken out of it - and it doesn't substitute for white sugar, in taste or in texture.  Same with whole wheat flour, which has bran in it, and doesn't make for a very good cake unless it's specifically a cake that's supposed to be made with it. 

There's organic white flour and that's fine. 

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"Siduri said, 'Gilgamesh, where are you roaming? You will never find the eternal life that you seek...Savour your food, make each of your days a delight, ... let music and dancing fill your house, love the child who holds you by the hand and give your wife pleasure in your embrace.'"
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post #4 of 4
If you don't feel comfortable with add you can add some steroids, hormones and pesticide extract and it will be just like regular butter smile.gif

Just kidding, and yes you can!!.
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