There are many butters from which to choose. Australian butters are usually a rich yellow colour. That’s because Australian milk is rich in beta-carotene (vitamin A) as cows are mostly pasture fed. By comparison, European butters are pale in colour as the cows are commonly grain-fed and often housed in barns for much of the year. The breed of cow and the time of year can also make a difference and adding salt tends to make butter more yellow.
Unsalted butter is produced from fresh sweet cream which has been pasteurised, churned and worked in continuous butter making machines, to produce a premium quality butter. Unsalted Butter is uniform in composition, yellow in colour with a clean nutty flavour typical of butterfat.
Unsalted butter is traditionally used as an ingredient in cooking and baking applications where additional salt is not required or undesirable. Unsalted butter imparts a natural and unique flavour benefit, improves moisture retention and retards staling. Unsalted butter may also be used as a flavour carrier or simply as a heat transfer medium in cooking applications.
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