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John W: This activity is hidden because you have chosen to ignore John W. Show Details Posted to the discussion "Unsalted vx Salted Butter in Baking" Hide Details
50 points earned! 1/22/2011 8:33 PM
I believe the reason professional bakers use unsalted butter is that companies who make butter dont use the same amount of salt in there recipes so it is easier to add your own salt then to guess how much salt the company has added
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