European Style Cultured VeganButter
We're gonna butter you up with our latest creation! If you've ever been a fan of high-quality, European-style real churned butter, this is the perfect answer for all of your needs, whether baking, cooking, or just slathering on toast. It tastes, melts, bakes, and browns just like butter! Whether you're making flaky pie crusts or making beurre noisette, our cultured butter is just the thing. AND it's the only butter alternative on the market without palm oil.
New Packaging - same vegan buttery deliciousness inside!
Ingredients: Organic coconut oil, water, organic safflower or organic sunflower oil, organic cashews, non GMO soy lecithin, sea salt, cultures
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Can this butter be successfully frozen?
Yes, the butter can be frozen!
Recommend cutting it into smaller portions before freezing. That way you can take out what you plan to use in a week.
I would really love to try this since I am required to go dairy and soy free, however... the soy. Any plans in the future to use sunflower lecithin instead of the soy lecithin one day? I'd happily pay a few cents more if required just to have something that I'm sure tastes like actual butter or as good as. I've heard such fabulous reviews of your products that I'm sure it tastes great, it's just the soy problem for us.
We're working on replacing the soy lecithin with a non-soy lecithin but have yet to find one that performs well. We'll continue to work on it until we find one. Thanks for your feedback and we hope you'll get the opportunity to try it soon!
I received this delicious product as a gift. We threw away the packaging. We have been keeping it covered with plastic wrap on our granite counter. Is it best to refrigerate it? Thank you!
Keep refrigerated or you can freeze it. Best to also keep in a clean sealable container. Recommend cutting it into smaller portions before freezing. That way you can take out what you plan to use in a week.