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Butter also supplies iodine, needed by the thyroid gland (as well as vitamin A, also needed by the thyroid gland).
Butter also has small, but equal, amounts of omega 3 and 6 fatty acids, the so-called essential fatty acids.
In this country, all cattle are grass-fed, thus insuring a high nutrient content of their milk, butter, and meat.
www.mercola.com /2001/mar/31/butter.htm   (827 words)

 butter - HighBeam Encyclopedia
Butter was known by 2000 BC, although in ancient times it was used less as food than as an ointment, medicine, or illuminating oil.
The percentage of fat extraction and the time required for churning depend on the composition of the butterfat (see fats and oils); the temperature, acidity, richness, and viscosity of the cream; the speed and motion of the churn; and the size of the fat globules.
The dietary value of butter is due to its large proportion of easily digested animal fat and to its vitamin A and vitamin D content.
www.encyclopedia.com /html/b/butter.asp   (693 words)

 NBC 4 - Health Encyclopedia - All About Cholesterol
The following two sample menus provide examples of an average American diet and a low-fat diet.
1 egg scrambled in 1 teaspoon of butter
1/2 cup of peas, 1/2 teaspoon of butter
www.nbc4.tv /encyclopedia/6863294/detail.html   (916 words)

 The Food Timeline: history notes--soup
Then take some butter with a little minced parsley and fry it; then put into your broth well seasoned, and stove it with your dry crusts, covered with a dish or a plate.
Milk, cream, and butter are beginning to appear in a few recipes--an 1860 fish chowder recipe from the archives of the Shaker Museum in Old Chatham, New York, includes two cups of cream and three tablespoons of butter...
Melt the butter with the oil in the saucepan or casserole; add the sliced onions and stir up to coat with the butter.
www.foodtimeline.org /foodsoups.html   (11196 words)

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