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Lambdatiger1989
LSU Fan
NOLA
Member since Jan 2012
541 posts

Butter or Margarine


Which is better for chargrilled oysters?






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Powerman
LSU Fan
Corpus Christi, TX
Member since Jan 2004
120328 posts

re: Butter or Margarine


Butter is better for almost everything

This isn't an exception






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CITWTT
LSU Fan
baton rouge
Member since Sep 2005
31249 posts

re: Butter or Margarine


Butter without a doubt, it has been around for a while as a mechanism of flavor conveyance from the volatiles of foods around the world regardless of the source of the "dairy" product.





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yellowfin
Illinois Fan
Coastal Bar
Member since May 2006
64214 posts

re: Butter or Margarine


butter no question





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Drumguy25
LSU Fan
Baton Rouge,La
Member since Jun 2011
219 posts

re: Butter or Margarine


Butter. To me it seems a lot easier to mange when making compound butters and gives a better flavor.





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Paul Allen
USA Fan
Baton Rouge, LA
Member since Nov 2007
26628 posts

re: Butter or Margarine


Oleo





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andouille
LSU Fan
A table near a waiter.
Member since Dec 2004
7178 posts

re: Butter or Margarine


Do they still sell oleo? That crap is on a par with smoking when it come so cardio health.





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CITWTT
LSU Fan
baton rouge
Member since Sep 2005
31249 posts

re: Butter or Margarine


Yeah, it is called margarine.





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Lambdatiger1989
LSU Fan
NOLA
Member since Jan 2012
541 posts

re: Butter or Margarine


Well, ended up using Oleo one of the guys with us was allegic to butter so it made the decision very easy. I tasted little difference. In fact saved the left over sauce and oysters and did the dish again at home tonight and it was even better than two nights ago. It was frigging awesome.





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