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What Chemicals Are in Unsalted Butter?

What chemical elements are present in unsalted butter?

By Indy from Nashville, TN

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November 23, 20090 found this helpful

I use unsalted butter for baking cakes, cookies, etc. The ingredients listed on the package are:

Cream, natural flavorings, contains: Milk

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Unless you use organic butter made from milk with no hormones as well as not coming from cows that consumed feed with pesticides, herbicides, or fertilizers, it is possible your butter has some or all of these in it. These are harmful chemicals to all people.

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November 23, 20090 found this helpful

Hope this link helps. Since butter is a natural product this is most likely 'the flavoring' and nothing beyond it added and even it is a natural bi-product. en.wikipedia.org/.../Diacetyl

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