Kerrygold Unsalted Butter Not Available In My Area.

Hey guys, 


 


I'm from Dublin, Ireland. I've been wanting to try this Bulletproof coffee but I can't seem to find Kerrygold Unsalted butter in my area. All they seem to have is the golden one (Normal). I've seen Avonmore Unsalted butter but I'm not sure if Dave will be happy with it as I don't know if it is grass fed or not.Yet again I've no idea what coffee is best to buy as well. Would someone care to help me in my predicament?


 


Cheers,


Sam George


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  • edited March 2013

    Look for another grass-fed butter :) Or use the salted one.


    http://www.azeliaskitchen.net/blog/we-have-great-butter/


  • I use Anchor butter for the same reason, I think it's from New Zealand.
  • hzahza ✭✭

    Anchor is definitely from NZ, and from everything I've found in researching it--including here at the Bulletproof forums--reliably grass-fed.


  • Alright so I'll have a look around for Anchor. If I don't get it is the normal Kerrygold butter alright for bulletproof coffee?




  • Alright so I'll have a look around for Anchor. If I don't get it is the normal Kerrygold butter alright for bulletproof coffee?



    If you are a freak that likes salted coffee. ;)
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  • Do not eat Anchor butter. It is no longer from New Zealand and is definitely not grass fed anymore - a new factory has taken it over!!!


     


    I am currently using Yeo Valley butter as i can't find Kerrygold unsalted in the UK yet, and I am not even sure if Kerrygold is better than YV anyway. I asked Kerrygold if they could tell me the percentage of grass used in the cows diet and they didn't reply, so I am guessing the answer isn't going to be good news.


  • I use Smjor Icelandic Butter, Not sure if you can get it in Dublin though.


  • http://www.thegrocer.co.uk/fmcg/fresh/dairy/arla-moves-anchor-butter-production-to-the-uk/232185.article Here is the article on Anchor.


     


     


     


    Does anyone know how they make Butter softer? Does this effect the nutritional aspects in any way? Kerrygold says it's now softer... how do they do this?


     


     


    Ohh and I forgot to say hello... I am new lol.


     


    :) HELLO


  • To be honest I've never tried salted butter with coffee so I didn't know it was gonna be bitter as you said. We do have Avonmore unsalted butter, would that do the job? A would Nescafe coffee powder be alright for the coffee?


  • What about President butter from France? anyone know if its grass fed butter?


  • edited March 2013

    Do not eat Anchor butter. It is no longer from New Zealand and is definitely not grass fed anymore - a new factory has taken it over!!!


     


    I am currently using Yeo Valley butter as i can't find Kerrygold unsalted in the UK yet, and I am not even sure if Kerrygold is better than YV anyway. I asked Kerrygold if they could tell me the percentage of grass used in the cows diet and they didn't reply, so I am guessing the answer isn't going to be good news.


     


     


     


    This is confusing, is it possible that there are two different Anchor butter companies?


     


    http://www.anchorbutter.com/ (Fonterra brand)


     


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    http://www.anchordairy.co.uk/products/anchor-unsalted-butter (Arla foods brand)


     


    I am lost :huh:


  • hzahza ✭✭

    My Anchor butter states that it's from NZ, and supposedly there are laws there that make the grass-fed thing a sure bet.  Not to mention, this block of butter is a very deep yellow, just like it's supposed to be.  I guess that could be the result of dyes, but it says it's 100% butter.  Plus, it's darker yellow on the outside where the oxygen hits it.


  • edited March 2013

    Strange... there are two manufacturers of Anchor then. Unfortunately, the stuff here in the UK (at least what I have come across) is from Arla, made in the UK. This is NOT suitable, but the New Zealand Fonterra one is. I wonder if i can find the new zealand stuff online.


  • It is whipped with air


    Are you sure it's not the one with canola oil added? To make it more spreadable?

  • I can't figure out why Dublin, Ireland does not have their OWN butter available??  I just bought 10 bars from Whole Foods here in Milwaukee :-)  


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