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View Poll Results: What do have on your bread /toast ?
Branded butter 172 50.44%
Non-branded butter 93 27.27%
Branded margarine /spread 50 14.66%
Non-branded margarine/spread 19 5.57%
Donít use either 7 2.05%
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Old 14 Nov 20, 10:20 AM  
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Lurpak spreadable for me but I really only eat bread/toast at the weekend usually so lasts for ages. DH likes his sunflower spread and quite happy with Morrisons own brand.

I use Stork usually for baking although I do find the Morrisons/Sainsbugs ok for this if Stork not on offer
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Old 14 Nov 20, 11:16 AM  
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Not surprised to see the branded butter leading so far ( especially given the disposable income of many on here ) but surprised by the level of the lead.

Got me doing a bit of research - I hadnít realised that spreads are becoming less popular year on year , thought as a nation as a whole spread users would still outweigh butter users but not been the case for a number of years

Given the price difference £1 to £2 per kilo for spreads up to £6-£8 for butters it shows the economy as a whole ( ignoring this year ) is still strong

We used to have Lurpak at home when I was a kid . Too white for me and didnít like the taste , and it used to rip your bread or toast to pieces . Guess the spreadablea are better for that now but are the block butters still as hard now as ever ?
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Old 14 Nov 20, 12:26 PM  
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Lurpak spreadable for me , but will use the Lidl dupe Danpak
DH likes butter so we always have a Welsh salted in the butter dish
I use butter for baking and you canít beat fresh mushrooms cooked in butter with a clove of garlic

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Lurpark lighter spreadable or Aldi's Nordpak spreadable butter
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Old 14 Nov 20, 12:33 PM  
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Lurpark lighter spreadable or Aldi's Nordpak spreadable butter
My son uses Norpak... nice name but no where near as good as Lurpak
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Old 14 Nov 20, 01:43 PM  
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Any sort of margarine ugh! West Country butter for me.
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Lurpac slightly salted or Anchor slightly salted spreadable in our house. Whichever of the two has the best deal on at the time.
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Proper butter , Kerrygold for choice . Must be salted butter.
Donít have marg or those awful butter hybrids in the house .
Husband has a butter phobia , fine if I cook with it but he canít bear to spread it , so never has it on toast or sandwiches which frankly to me is really weird

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Guess the spreadablea are better for that now but are the block butters still as hard now as ever ?
Kerrygold does a real butter that is spreadable from the fridge, and M&S have an own brand version. You just need to check that the ingredients are just cream and butter, with nothing else added.
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My son uses Norpak... nice name but no where near as good as Lurpak
Nowhere near as good, but it's a great substitute for the price.
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