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    Default powdered butter?

    I'm new here by a few months now and I was surprised that powdered
    butter existed.I'm from Canada and I was wondering if anyone knows if it
    is available here.A product like that would save a family
    money if you buy it instead of butter to be used in baking,etc.This is a
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    Default Re: powdered butter?

    I think it's called Butter Buds here in the states.

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    Default Re: powdered butter?

    Thank you so much. I knew about those but didn't realize that was the powdered
    butter they were discussing.
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    Default Re: powdered butter?

    Butter Buds (tm) is NOT powdered butter!
    Butter Buds (tm) is a proprietary product...

    Check Waltons or other dehydrated food sites for the composition of
    Butter Powder, and the ButterBuds web site....



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    Butter Buds Food Ingredients uses proprietary enzyme modification
    technology to "unlock" the hidden, potent flavor in butter, cream,
    cheese and other flavorful fats, delivering highly concentrated flavor
    in convenient powdered form. These natural dairy concentrates deliver up
    to 400 times the flavor strength of standard dairy ingredients, and are
    used at extremely low application levels (usually less than 1.0%).
    Butter Buds ingredients are a healthy choice, too! At typical
    application levels, they contribute less than 0.1% fat. They are easy to
    use, stable in price, and provide an exceptional range of advantages
    that help food processors.
    Butter Buds Food Ingredients uses proprietary enzyme modification
    technology to "unlock" the hidden, potent flavor in butter, cream,
    cheese and other flavorful fats, delivering highly concentrated flavor
    in convenient powdered form. These natural dairy concentrates deliver up
    to 400 times the flavor strength of standard dairy ingredients, and are
    used at extremely low application levels (usually less than 1.0%).
    Butter Buds ingredients are a healthy choice, too! At typical
    application levels, they contribute less than 0.1% fat. They are easy to
    use, stable in price, and provide an exceptional range of advantages
    that help food processors.
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    Default Re: powdered butter?

    Hi all, there is a powdered butter that is not the Butter Buds that you get
    from the grocery store. You mix it one part powder to four parts water and
    you can order if from the link below. Just click onto the link for their
    printable catalog and scroll down until you find the powdered butter, at the
    bottom of page 5.
    http://waltonfeed.com/
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    Default Re: powdered butter?

    wow! so anyone use the butter buds? Sounds like an alturnative for me. Ive been useing Olivieo olive oil butter. Works good but I go through it like nothing when I bake wich is as often as I can. I am suposed to be keeping my cholesterol low.

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    Butter buds is good but a little too expensive for me
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    Check this link for information about powdered butter (not the Buds).
    https://www.usaemergencysupply.com/i...ter_powder.htm

    Great staple to have for home stockpiles, along with powdered eggs and other powdered foods.
    I used to eat a lot of natural foods until I learned that most people die of natural causes.

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