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Old 01-22-2010, 01:38 PM   #1
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Wonder if anyone uses this? I was thinking about using it in oatmeal, maybe in rice while cooking.
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Old 01-22-2010, 03:45 PM   #2
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I use it to stretch my butter. never alone or as the sole butter flavoring...It stretches nicely.
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I would be concerned with the ingredients in the butter flavor...in small amounts real butter will not hurt you...in the recommended amounts it is actually good for you.
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Just wanted to update that I tried the butter flavoring in oatmeal. I added it after taking it off the fire. I'm not sure I could really taste "butter" in the oatmeal, but it sure gave off a lovely aroma and that helped. I also added some Splenda/brown sugar to it and it tasted really good.

Let me know if anyone else has used this in another way. (The package suggested using it in cornbread muffins.)
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I have used butter flavoring but what I really like is the butter flavored popcorn salt. I sprinkle it over my baked potatoes or cooked vegetables. It does, of course have almost as much sodium as salt but I use it to replace both the salt and butter when I use it.
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What exactly do you mean by butter flavoring? Is it a liquid or like the sprinkles you put onto popcorn?

I use butter spray (non-fat) and I also use 5-calorie Smart Squeeze. I am a HUGE advocate of whole foods but do have my cheats. This is one of them! I spray my veggies before I grill them. I also spray airpopped popcorn with the butter spray and then put on the 2 calorie sprinkles.
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Old 02-02-2010, 12:41 PM   #7
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ThighsBe-It is an extract, like vanilla flavoring. Here is a link to the product I bought. I'm thinking there could be lots of uses for it. It sure made my oatmeal smell divine!

http://www.adamsextract.com/product.asp?ProductID=10684

**This is not the powdered butter flavoring that was causing a health scare to workers who inhaled it in factories where it was used to make microwave popcorn, etc.
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