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Old 05-16-2001, 03:45 PM   #1
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Has anyone ever cooked with this spread before? It seems like it might be a great alternative... the tub-style has 45 calories and I think 5 grams fat per tablespoon; half of what normal butter does. But, unlike the Light or Fat Free butters, water is NOT listed as hte primary ingredient. And from what I understand, the water is what makes the light stuff usually unsuitable for baking/frying. It just seems to me that this could be a good substitute in baked goods and stuff... I usually use half yogurt anyway. Any comments, trials out there? Thanks!

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Old 05-21-2001, 04:39 PM   #2
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Kaitlyn: I love the B&B Spread!! I've tried the Strawberry and Apple Cinammon and the Apple Cin is my fave! It melts very well and tastes like "country" butter.
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I have used it as well as moove over butter and I can't believ it's not spray. I liked them all and they did work well for me. Moove over butter is cheaper and I like it so I use it but I do like Brummel and Brown as well.
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I have cooked with Brummel & Brown Spread, which is ok, but for "frying or sauteing", I like Smart Balance instead, because it does not turn watery when it melts.

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