Butter is part of the region’s abundance.
Oregon produces an abundance of magnificent butter…far more than you’d expect for a state this size. But the big story here isn’t quantity. It’s the tantalizing quality: The taste, the texture, the aroma, the versatility and the unavoidable allure of butter made right here. That’s the benefit to those who like to cook and eat.
Butter lovers celebrate the way this delightful ingredient brings out the best in other foods...thanks to its rich, full taste when warmed. The delicious uses are almost endless.
Butter is made from cream, typically within 24 to 48 hours of leaving the farm. It’s a completely natural product that results from shaking or churning that cream until it reaches a semi-solid state. Butter performs better than margarine when cooking or baking, due largely to its creamy texture and flavor-enhancing properties.
To learn more about butter, visit: www.butterinstitute.org/ or www.innovatewithdairy.com/pages/factsaboutbutter.aspx