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The Butter that will change the world. Cultured over a week!

HungryHobbit | Dec 27, 201709:19 PM    

Grant Harrington needs to be a household name.

He worked under Magnus Nilsson, Gordon Ramsay, etc., but ultimately left to pursue his dream of making butter the right way. He started Ampersand and provides butter for 17 Michelin stars worth of restaurants. He is a one-man team and produces butter in a way that we should all become familiar with.

Step aside Bordier--here comes Grant Harrington!

http://butterculture.bigcartel.com/about

Here is a recipe to make cultured butter, Grant-style:
http://www.cooksscience.com/recipes/9...

This Guy Figured Out How to Make Butter Taste More Buttery

In a small cabin in the middle of a field in Oxfordshire, ex-chef Grant Harrington has dedicated his life to making the best butter he possibly can.

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