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EWL978 Posts: 2,021
9/9/12 3:10 P

I use no = salt added butter.

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GRAPHICS2 Posts: 9,079
9/7/12 10:29 P

Butter is better for you than shortening.

KBTYLER Posts: 115
9/5/12 7:34 A

Butter

DIANE7786 Posts: 3,204
8/31/12 8:35 P

Butter. Shortening is partially hydrogenated vegetable oils--trans fats. It's popular because it's a cheaper and longer lasting substitute for butter. I won't eat it!

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8/31/12 11:20 A

Butter (organic) - shortening is normally hydrogenated crap.

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8/31/12 10:44 A

If you have to use one, which is better?

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