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I don’t use it often but when I want it, it has to be real. I’ve never once in my life bought the fake stuff.
I usually buy regular butter… but don’t use it often. However I just discovered Earth Balance (vegan substitute) and absolutely love it!! 🙂
Real butter here
I too rarely use it, but it’s butter. I never buy margarine. It’s either butter or olive oil (or nothing), depending on what I’m making / eating.
Real Butter for me…. Nothing better than waking up in the morning, and grabing a cold stick of butter before heading off to work. Mmmmmm!!!!
Real butter baby!
Real butter here too
I think I am different then, margarine light and olive oil or vegetable oil.
Real Butter ..
Real Butter. Yummy.
Both. We use spray I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter most of the time. If we have seafood I usually melt real butter.
Real butter for me..nothing else will do!My husband’s been told by the doctors to use a certain margarine because of his heart condition,which I think is wrong,real has to be better than eating that fake stuff(in moderation).So I have to keep both on hand.
Butter, all the way. It’s better for baking, tastes better in food, and, as Karen Joy points out, it’s REAL, not manufactured. I’ve been trying (and it’s very difficult) to stay away from ‘fake stuff’, and butter’s an easy decision to make.
I hate the taste of butter, but I use real when I do use it. I have never liked butter. We don’t buy the fake stuff, ever. It’s just full of oil.