Tinned butter

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Re: Tinned butter

Post by Be Prepared101 » Wed Aug 10, 2016 3:57 pm

Deeps wrote:
Be Prepared101 wrote:try this website out http://www.beprepared101.co.uk/store/pr ... ted-butter
Welcome to the forum and thanks for the link, could you nip across to the Welcome section and introduce yourself. :)
hi how do i introduce myself i am new at this.

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Re: Tinned butter

Post by Decaff » Wed Aug 10, 2016 7:12 pm

Aldi sell coconut oil in glass jars for a reasonable price too.
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Re: Tinned butter

Post by redskies » Thu Aug 11, 2016 11:42 am

We get ours from Amazon. We can buy it in larger quantities and it's better quality; cold pressed organic.


I use it for making soap, we can use it for cooking, it can be made into salves and all sorts of other things. And it doesn't go 'off'. Bloody marvellous stuff :)

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Re: Tinned butter

Post by Deeps » Thu Aug 11, 2016 12:58 pm

Be Prepared101 wrote:
Deeps wrote:
Be Prepared101 wrote:try this website out http://www.beprepared101.co.uk/store/pr ... ted-butter
Welcome to the forum and thanks for the link, could you nip across to the Welcome section and introduce yourself. :)
hi how do i introduce myself i am new at this.
If you go to the home page there's a section called 'New Members start here' or something like it, just put a quick ditty on about yourself, have a look at some of the ones already there, it doesn't have to be anything fancy. :D

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Re: Tinned butter

Post by Hamradioop » Thu Aug 11, 2016 1:45 pm

http://www.surviveeasy.co.uk/shop/45898 ... er/9915104
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£1.99 per a can.

I have no links to this vendor but they do seem to have a good reputation
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Re: Tinned butter

Post by Decaff » Thu Aug 11, 2016 10:52 pm

redskies wrote:We get ours from Amazon. We can buy it in larger quantities and it's better quality; cold pressed organic.


Just checked my jars and they too are cold pressed and organic. Love it, it's great for rubbing into the skin after a shower 8-) £2.99 for 300ml!

I use it for making soap, we can use it for cooking, it can be made into salves and all sorts of other things. And it doesn't go 'off'. Bloody marvellous stuff :)
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Re: Tinned butter

Post by redskies » Sun Aug 14, 2016 10:31 am

We go through about 500g whenever I make soap, and at least 50g per day for bulletproof coffee!


This is the stuff we use, and, bonus, the tubs it comes in are reuseable.


https://www.amazon.co.uk/RealFoodSource ... ntainer%29

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Re: Tinned butter

Post by unsure » Sun Aug 14, 2016 12:51 pm

Hamradioop wrote:http://www.surviveeasy.co.uk/shop/45898 ... er/9915104
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£1.99 per a can.

I have no links to this vendor but they do seem to have a good reputation



http://www.surviveeasy.co.uk/shop/45898 ... er/9915104

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Re: Tinned butter

Post by Decaff » Wed Aug 17, 2016 4:08 pm

redskies wrote:We go through about 500g whenever I make soap, and at least 50g per day for bulletproof coffee!


This is the stuff we use, and, bonus, the tubs it comes in are reuseable.


https://www.amazon.co.uk/RealFoodSource ... ntainer%29

Oooohhhhhhh coffee??? Never thought about using for coffee?? How do you use it??
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Re: Tinned butter

Post by redskies » Thu Aug 18, 2016 5:01 pm

Decaff wrote:
redskies wrote:We go through about 500g whenever I make soap, and at least 50g per day for bulletproof coffee!


This is the stuff we use, and, bonus, the tubs it comes in are reuseable.


https://www.amazon.co.uk/RealFoodSource ... ntainer%29

Oooohhhhhhh coffee??? Never thought about using for coffee?? How do you use it??


It's bulletproof coffee; single source beans for filter coffee, to which OH adds grass fed butter - Grahams - and coconut oil, then zaps with a stick blender. Hell of an energy kick without the caffeine crash, and it does double duty as breakfast for me, as I can't stomach food first thing in the morning.

Worth having a google, just don't fall for buying the horribly expensive branded stuffs, you really don't need it!

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