Imperial Salted Butter Made from real ingredients these butters are great for spreading cooking, and baking your favorite recipes. Salted soft butter. No artificial flavors and preservatives. Butter Oil 84%, Milk Powder 1.4%, salt.
When to Use Unsalted Butter This kind of butter is simply churned fat with no added salt, and can be used anytime fat needs to be added to a recipe, says Laird. Unsalted butter should be your go-to for baking and pastry.
Salted butter is perfect for spreading over crusty bread or melting over homemade pancakes or waffles. Unsalted butter contains no added salt. Think of it as butter in its purest form.
Ingredients Vegetable Oil Blend (Soybean Oil, Palm Oil and Palm Kernel Oil), Water, Salt, Whey (Milk), Distilled Monoglycerides, Soy Lecithin, Potassium Sorbate and Calcium Disodium EDTA (Used to Protect Quality), Citric Acid, Natural and Artificial Flavors, Vitamin A Palmitate, Beta Carotene (Color).
Imperial Margarine SticksTotal Fat7g9%Saturated Fat2.5g13%Polyunsaturated Fat3gMonounsaturated Fat2gSodium105mg5%
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