Echire Butter In A Basket, Salted
Have you ever tried butter held with the same high esteem as Champagne or Camembert? Well, now you can, because even France - a
country where cheese and butter are treated like culinary gold - considers Echire as the queen of all French butter. Many of France's
greatest chefs and bakers use Echire to enhance
their recipes, whether it be cakes, steaks, or grilled vegetables. With its subtly sweet flavor and its light, silky texture, practically anything hot and savory tastes better when you add Echire, not to mention all the sweet pastries you can make.
This is all thanks to Echire's cooperative
dairy, which utilizes potent, local soils for exceptionally fresh milk,
combined with traditional production techniques for 80%
butterfat. That means butter as fresh and creamy as can be.
Echire Butter in a Basket comes in its traditional lovely basket packaging, making it an excellent gift or treat for the ardent butter freak. Buy butter
online from Gourmet Food Store and we'll deliver it chilled for the utmost freshness.
Ingredients: Pasteurized cow's milk, salt, lactic starters.
Usually ships within 1 business days.
Product is perishable and must ship via Overnight service.
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Product Questions And Answers
Q:Can I freeze this butter and for how long?
A:Yes, this butter can be frozen. Unopened, frozen butter will keep between 12 and 15 months. Must be opened in its original packaging so that it does not crystalize or loose texture.
Q:How many days the shelf life of the butter?
A:The self life is 1 month refrigerated.
I would like to know does the cow that produce this famous Echire butter being treated with antibiotics and growth hormones? And are these cows fed with organic and GMO free ingredients?
Your honest reply is most appreciated.
Thanks n regards
A:The Echire butter is made of milk that must come from cows that have grazed within 19 miles (30 km) of Échiré, a village on the Atlantic coast of France between Poitiers and La Rochelle. The appellation AOC awarded to Deux-Sevres butter means that the quality of the butter is marked by the quality of the milk, which must come only from cows feeding on the land in this area.