I bought it guessing it probably wasn’t Amish made, but because I thought I would try something new to use to make my chive compound butter. Try the taste test. Lately we’ve been using “real butter” but it’s by no means the best nor homemade and we bought some of that I Can’t Believe Spray crap (on sale and thought it would be easier for the kids to put on their potatoes) and we could taste the difference. So it is lighter and sweeter than regular peanut butter and it is oh-so-good. Our local specialty store just started selling this butter. I live in Independence, Oregon. A tip for those in the US, look for it on sale after St. Patricks day in your supermarket. My stomach is now sunk all the way to the floor. Interesting comments. You might have covered this in one of your previous books perhaps? Make ricotta cheese from the rest of the milk. I am so thankful to see this post because I was looking at this butter last week at Sherms Food for Less and wondered if it was really Amish, and possibly more nutritional. Ah, truth in packaging! Their cheese is great, too. We live in Florida, but have driving to a small country town in Alabama for our – not really Amish butter. You tell me. My 100% grass fed cows (we manage our pastures to allow for year round grazing) only give slightly darker yellow cream in the heat of summer when the PUFA level in the grass are higher. Healthy food buyers beware. I think it is a total fake. He apologized profusely and stated that he was NEVER going to label the product “Amish Butter” again, but instead label it “Amish style” butter. Butterfat is highly impacted by breed of the cow. The same day, I learned that the Amish stock up on bags of Lay’s potato chips and Chips Ahoy cookies. But I have no reason to doubt it because we have a large Hutterite population in these parts. And probably not with the good type of salt I use at home. I would tell you that anytime you see “Amish” on anything check closely. I’m glad I didn’t buy it. Kimberly, I apologize for any spirit of offense my comment brought to you or anyone else. No doubt the check-out girl thought the butter was so great DUE to the excess salt. They had this peanut butter jar on the tables, and we read the labels – sugar was added! They love sprinkles and sweets and things like that. I’ve been purchasing this butter. Nature is not our mother. Look at the way things are going. They are heavily into fake foods. Wow, I noticed this same “Amish” butter at my local Sherm’s, too, and passed it up because it seemed too cheap, and not dark-yellow enough! If that was not the intent, the label would have said mass produced hand rolled butter. I too thought it would be easier to find grass fed products here…. But, I googled AMISH COUNTRY ROLL BUTTER. I too, live in Amish Country (Ohio) and I see them buying their food at Aldi or Walmart – they are NOT eating traditional food, grown at home anymore either. I asked her do they graze in the field and she said sometimes, but all are fed with regular feeds that thy purchase! Cant you just buy it and be content that it’s Amish butter? Ever had some yourself? You may ignore him/her/it. Back home, I visit the Alcam Creamery website, specifically the Hand-Rolled Butter page. I hope this helps! My friend does milk shares, but I can’t afford it. was produced in summer from I really want some Amish roll butter, and my son lives in Norman and will be traveling home to Plano, TX soon and could stop by a store for me. its been on my mind for a whole month til i looked it up and found your blog. I’ve learned that we should not assume our food is organic even when it comes from the Amish who farm the old way. I don’t know of anyone personally except small local businesses that feed only grass, they are out there but you may need to find them locally. I agree we should be able to decide what we choose to feed our families, but in order to make those choices, we need labels to accurately represent what is being sold in the marketplace. But that doesn’t make them good farmers. you should be more thankful for consumer protection and give credit where credit is due. I noticed that the butter in the dish from the night before really held its shape, like putty, unlike regular butter which may ooze from the wrapper when left out on the counter.
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