52504Re: Butter Question?
- Feb 1, 2009Thanks Joanne. I have been meaning to write Paula Dean on this, but
have not got around to it. We watch FOOD TV a lot. Most Chefs, aka
Emeril and others uses a lot of salt. Emeril had his mother on one
time and fussed at him about too much salt.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "jdhart99" <jdhart999@...>
> Hi Biscuit,
> I asked that very question when I was taking a class at the local
> culinary school here in Vegas. It was explained to me that unsalted
> butter is used in cooking so that the cook can better control to
> saltiness of the dish that they are cooking. The control the final
> saltiness of the dish by adding salt. Often cooks will use butter
> pan sauce so they don't want the salt level effected by adding thefor
> butter. Ultimately it's about controlling the flavor.
> According to our chef, the vast majority of commercial recipes call
> unsalted butter.
> --- In email@example.com, "Biscuit" <n5hbb@> wrote:
> > When do you use SALTED butter vs NON SALTED ?
> > I always buy the Non Salted kind.
> > Biscuit
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