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SOS : some wordings in the cookbook bouchon by thmas keller. any help???

hae young | Dec 12, 200904:53 AM

hey! this is not a site for english grammar. but i have some unsolved issue by not fully understading the wordings in the page 212 about the recipe of beof bourguignon.
in that page TK quote that"moreover, because you've removed those fat and fat-sodden impurites, this is a very healthful technique as well" and right after that, he quote "(unless you, like me, insist on adding some butter to the finished stew)"
ok i got a little bit confused by this wordings. is he actually telling to his reader that he think insisting on adding the butter to the finished stew is unhealthy, so he doesnt add the butter or is he telling that he actually add butter? i got feeling he is probably recommending to his reader ommit the butter to the finished beef stew.
am i right?
could any one help me to get throw this wording? when he said "unless" , it seems like conditional expression to me.

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