Mrs. Anderson's Baking Better Butter Keeper
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- Butter boat
- Butter Keeper prevents butter from melting
- Keeps butter fresh - without refrigeration - for up to 20 days
- Made of Porcelain
- Lovely white finish; perfect for any décor
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Keep the butter nearby on the table or counter and stop worrying about putting it back in the refrigerator. Mrs. Anderson's Better Butter Keeper allows you to keep the butter out. Butter Keeper prevents butter from melting and it keeps it fresh. Simply place butter in bowl section, add cold water to the base and insert bowl section into base. Voile! Keeps butter fresh – without refrigeration – for up to 20 days. Each piece is made of lovely and durable porcelain.
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Top Customer Reviews
How strange! Millions of people have been successfully using "beurriers bretons" for centuries. Why would it be so different with you? :-/
Did you change the water every 2 days, as recommended, or change it daily if your environment is warm (using fresh cold water, of course)? You do have a clean water source, do you not?
When using this ingenious pottery correctly, butter will easily keep well for at least 20 days' if you follow instructions.
Product feature erratum:
"Butter Keeper prevents butter from melting' SHOULD BE REPLACED BY: "Butter Keeper prevents butter from melting and spoiling.'
Other than that weirdness its a good size, can fit about 1/8 lb of butter, which is all you'd want to leave out at one time anyway. Washes easily. I'd buy it again.
Most recent customer reviews
Love soft butter not the thought of it being open to the elements so to speak. Great solution.Published 23 days ago by S L Linfitt-Paget
It is great it keeps the butter soft and fresh as promised. You just need to remember to change the water every couple of days.Published on Jan. 10 2014 by Laurie Finstad