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Epicurean Butter


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Epicurean Butter

SouthernFoodie08 | Jan 6, 2010 12:37 PM

I purchased some porcini-sage butter (made by Epicurean) a little over a month ago. I stuck it in the freezer right after buying it, but still haven't used it. I read on one site that compound butters should be tossed after a month, even if it was frozen. Is that really the case? Or, is it possible that it is still edible? And, how would I know (beyond smell, of course) if it is a frozen petri dish?

Finally, if I can use it. . . do you have any suggestions of recipes?? Thanks!

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