Light Butter

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Light butter is traditional churned butter that has added air and water and is about 25% lower in butterfat than regular butter. Because of the added water, light butter is best used cold as a spread on bread or crackers and isn’t well suited to cooking or for melting on hot foods such as toast or popcorn. It shouldn’t be used in recipes unless they are specifically created for light butter.

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