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luka

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you can get that one with the salt crystals in it the supermarkets all do an own brand one.
 

luka

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i know people that refuse to eat irish and british butter cos they say it tastes too much like cow and i know just what they mean
 

IdleRich

IdleRich
Girlfriend gone mental for French butter these days. We bought some not ten minutes ago.
Got delayed and didn't go to the above place (turns out it shuts at 1930) so we went to Intermarche instead. Hopefully Friday though for the trippy carpet thing.
 

craner

Beast of Burden
what happened to that 'im an anti-nationalist' craner?

I refined my attitude in this excellent new essay I wrote, I'm not sure if I mentioned it:

 

luka

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America is infamous for terrible dairy products. Which might be linked to their bad chocolate.
 

Leo

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that is broadly true but, as with microbreweries in the beer industry, a market has developed for better alternative dairy products: butter, cheese, milk, yogurt, etc. free range, organic, small batch, guys with beards who used to be graphic designers. the typical artisanal bullshit.
 

luka

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I wasn't until very recently. It was Shiels and washyourhands that pushed me into it.
 
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craner

Beast of Burden
that is broadly true but, as with microbreweries in the beer industry, a market has developed for better alternative dairy products: butter, cheese, milk, yogurt, etc. free range, organic, small batch, guys with beards who used to be graphic designers. the typical artisanal bullshit.

Obviously, America is massive and diverse, somebody is bound to make good butter somewhere.
 
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