Butter or lard is a milk that is obtained from the cream of cow’s milk generally. In the market is achieved by 500 Gr. By 250 Gr. and for 125 Gr. It comes with extra salt or no salt.
When you buy the butter at the supermarket, keep in mind,
- Note that the refrigerator where the product is being displayed is operating properly (cooling).
- Check the expiration or expiration date of the product, which is not clogged blurred or altered. Choose the product with the furthest possible date.
- That your packaging is in perfect condition, without blows or breaks, like your labels.
- Buy it at the end of the market, so that it is the shortest possible time, without refrigerating.
Butter or lard is an emblematic ingredient of gastronomy worldwide. -Used alone or with other ingredients such as garlic to spread on bread, biscuits, toast and arepas. –As an ingredient in confectionery in general and for the elaboration of sauces. -As a fatty medium for sautés and stir-fry, among many more uses. Storage: It is advisable to keep the butter refrigerated in the room for this in the fridge especially in warm or summer climates.
It depends basically on the temperature you are in and the freshness at the time of your purchase.
- 20 degrees C (Celsius or Celsius). 10 days;
- 15 degrees C. -20 days.
- 10 degrees C.-4 weeks.
- 5-0 degrees C.-6 weeks.
- -10 degrees C. -3 months.
- -15 degrees C. -5 months.
- -20 degrees C. -6 months.
At the expiration or expiration date of the product, the time may be approximate, as carelessly leaving the product out of the refrigerator may last less. There are also times when the product lasts longer, depending on the manipulation and the little interruption in the “cold chain” that has had the same.
10 days to 6 months.
-Remove from the refrigerator a few minutes before consuming to spread it. or serve it in rolls (sliding the knife through the butter and removing thin layers of it) this makes it softer. -when it is to be used as a fatty medium for, sautéed, sauteed or sauced, a little vegetable oil should be placed and then the butter, so that it does not burn with heat. Nutrients and properties: (see nutrients in dairy).
-it is advisable to keep the butter refrigerated if not in use. –Remember that “the useful life” of the product depends on the freshness at the moment of its purchase and of its subsequent storage and conservation. -periodically check the condition of the product in order to be able to consume it in time.