On 09/07/2023 09:26, Tease'n'Seize wrote:
> RustyHinge wrote:
>> 'whole' milk is robbed of much of its cream;
> I never used to like "normal" milk when I was a small, much prefer the
> filtered homogenised semi-skimmed nowadays.
I was brought up on real whole milk from Jersey cows. Leave a bockle to
stand and nearly a third of it is cream. The horsedrawn float had a
double row of churns from which you could ohl a gill, a half pint, a
pint or a quart or, any combination of those volumes.
I liked the stuff.
>> Lurpak 'Lighter'
> Normally I buy spreadable butter, wot I know has been ripped apart,
> fiddled with and reconstituted, but it is just cream with a touch of salt.
And the rest.
> I used to use the lurpak spreadabubble, wot is 2/3 butter, and that's
> ok, but the lurpak lighter is just too watered down for my liking.
It's just not fit for human consumption, nor yet is ⅔ butter along with