What Is Bulletproof Coffee & Is It Actually Good for You?

Like green juice or a wheatgrass shot, bulletproof coffee is both a beverage and a lifestyle statement. A mixture of coffee, butter (sometimes ghee), and coconut oil (or MCT oil), this cult favorite...

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Plugra Butter is gone!

by Jimster 12 years ago

Sad news this week. Plugra Butter one of the best baking butters in my opinion, has been dropped from Trader's Joe's due to lack of sales. That leaves a baker in Seattle with the same old choices....

Kerrygold butter - why so popular?

by DougWeller 8 years ago

why is Kerrygold, a cheap UK butter, so popular in the US? Doug

Need opinions-shortening vs butter in cookies

by danhole 14 years ago

I read a small clip in the paper about baking cookies. It stated that to get soft chewy cookies, you should use shortening. Butter yields crisper cookies. I have a great sugar cookie recipe that is...

Oil vs. Butter in Muffins, Cakes, etc.

by Aloo0628 14 years ago

Some muffin and cake recipes call for the creaming method (start by creaming softened butter and sugar, continue from there). Others just use vegetable oil to provide the fat for the recipe. I've h...

Best method to soften butter or cream cheese - FAST

by replay 15 years ago

I need to make a cheesecake tonight when I get home. Of course the cream cheese has been in the refrigerator. Any tricks/tips to soften evenly? While we are at it, how about butter too. TIA

uses for pumpkin butter

by pamd 15 years ago

I bought a jar- other than spreading on bread, any good recipes for other uses?

Using Yogurt in Baking Recipes

Jim Leff
by Jim Leff 14 years ago

Can everyone please talk about the use of yogurt in baking stuff like muffins? E.g. (just to get things started): Can you get away with lowfat? Can you swap it in equal proportion with but...

Rice Crispy Treats without butter?

Coffee and Choco
by Coffee and Choco 11 years ago

I am trying to think how important butter is in these treats. What would happen if you made it without butter? What would be a good substitute for it?

Rubbing the turkey with butter, or oil?

by mazwe 8 years ago

I usually rub the turkey with an herb butter before it goes into the oven (under the skin and all over). However, and despite the air drying the night before, I'm not getting that crispy and brown ...

Want to use butter in a recipe calling for margarine

by Gualtier Malde 8 years ago

There are some nice easy dough recipes in a book published decades ago by the Fleischman company and they all call for margarine. We want to substitute unsalted butter. Is there a formula for add...

Oil v.s. Butter (or margarine) in baked goods

by ijeny 12 years ago

Hi, 1) If a baking recipe calls for oil, can it be substitude with melted butter or melted margarine and vise versa?? If so, what will be proper portion, 1:1 or ?? 2) What kind of oil is con...

Ratio of broth to flour/buitter for gravy?

by nofunlatte 10 years ago

I am preparing the make-ahead gravy referenced in this thread http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/574173. However, the recipe says this will make 8 cups and there is no way that the amount of br...

Ratio of Franks RedHot sauce to butter

by aviatoralex 10 years ago

So I have been looking at this website for the past week looking for opinions on the ratio of Franks to butter... I have seen about 6 total topics about buffalo wings and one specifically discussin...

scrambling eggs in olive oil?

by sourgirl 11 years ago

I love to cook my eggs with a ton of butter and some cream, but I realize I can't always have them like that, too unhealthy (and man I eat a ton of scrambled eggs). Does scrambling them in olive o...

Help! Exploding brown butter!

by vicarious 12 years ago

I made the Cook's Illustrated Brown Sugar Cookies last night, and disaster ensued. (It's a great recipe that I've made twice before.) The first step is to melt, then brown over medium-high heat, ...

Is butter an acceptable substitute for lard?

by ziggystardust 12 years ago

I have a recipe that calls for lard but I don't have any on hand. Can butter be used instead?

Stupid question - do Butterball brand turkeys actually use butter?

by CarNut 12 years ago

I was looking at the Butterball brand turkey breasts in the freezer section of my grocery store and didn't see any butter or other dairy ingredients. I also remember reading somewhere (and of cour...

baguette and butter tasting

Ruth Lafler
by Ruth Lafler 15 years ago

I was asked to put together a tasting of baguettes available in the East Bay for a dinner party, and by the time I was done, I had 10 different baguettes from seven different bakeries (I now have s...

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