Butter wars (aka the prof vs everyone except Jim)


#61

Didn’t think it was possible to get so much rong into such a short bit of prose about something so simple.

Amazing.

:exploding_head:


#62

This thread has given me a sad.

People I previously liked and respected, even admired . . .

It’s like catching Mother Teresa off her tits on crack setting-fire to puppies . . .

stray%20from%20god


#63

Still tastes better salted.


#64

Have a word with yourself you twat.:roll_eyes:


#65

Jim, you’re all fucked up, this shit is low, man. All those shared rooms/farts/times, did they not mean anything? Really not sure there us any way back from this…

giphy%20(8)


#66

…think I’m going to close the curtains, go back to bed, cry-wank myself to sleep - fuck this ghey Earth…


#67

You were lucky to get out alive :mask:


#68

Next you will be wanting salted caramel in your coffee!


#69

This has rocked the boards. An unbridgeable schism.

Expect Lord of the Flies II at Lopwell.


#70

At the risk of being banned, Jim is RONG and salted butter is besterest.


#71

Very much yes :grin:


#72

It seems the ultimate authority - ‘Instagram baking influencers’ - are with @Jim on this one https://www.southernliving.com/fats/butter/salted-vs-unsalted-butter. Pro cooks use unsalted and add just as much, or as little, salt as they need. Ninnies who can’t be trusted to make a judgement use salted because, well, because …

Says the man who, sitting here, doesn’t know who made the butter in our fridge or whether it has salt in or not. In fact it might be some low-fat spread. Maybe.

Do you really want to bring Rick into this ?

VB


#73


#74

My god man, you’ll be talking about Benecol spread next!


#75

I didn’t start this argument, i’m merely agreeing with the op. :thinking:


#76

I’d stay away from that stuff. Looks what it’s done to Carol Vorderman

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#77

You cannot be without both:

Salted is for spreading
Unsalted is for cooking and spreading*.

  • Marmite and other salty spreads would probably lead to salt overload
  • Do you really want salted butter under jam?

Anyone for cultured butter then?


#78

Marmite is for cunts. Vegimite is apalling too.

Yes. And under marmalade too. Anything else is and excess of meh! and blandness


#79

Yes actually, I do.

The applications of salt to sweet dishes are many and amazing.


#80

Yes

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