Butter With A Pedigree. Ah, The French.

french butterDelivery delays are potential as a result of menace of Hurricane Irma. After a recent trip to Seattle, I picked up some Vermont Butter and Cheese firm butter and was astounded by it. I agree, we do not make good butter here in Canada either, or not less than we can not seem to purchase it if somebody is making it. With the wealth of Artisan meals merchandise everywhere I don’t understand why good butter is such a rareity.

As you talked about, Le Village/Made in France importer in South San Francisco imports French butter, but they also carry Beurremont” which bills itself as French Type (eighty three% fats) butter and have to be in competition with Vermont Butter and Cheese Co. I like butter finest when it’s candy with maybe only a hint of culture” so I can taste the grass and creamy goodness, so I like Beurremont’s product.…