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    Butter Sheet

    Canary Butter Sheets are ‘better butter’ sheets because they are made from perhaps the finest butter in the world – New Zealand creamery butter.

    They are standardised to a nominal melt point of 37°C but for other specific performance requirements, alternative melt point Butter Sheets are also available, as are a range of blended sheets.

    There are a range of Butter Sheet sizes available including 900g, 1kg and 2kg.

    Our Butter Sheets are better because they are more pliable and can be used directly from the fridge. Best results are achieved between 4°C & 8°C.

    They can be stored chilled or frozen and are available salted or unsalted.

    Use our Butter Sheets to make better Croissants, Danish Pastries and Puff Pastry or as convenient pre-weighed portions for general baking and cooking.

    Butter Sheets are layered between HDPE film, enclosed in a plastic liner bag and an outer carton to ensure they remain better, for longer.

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    Salted Butter

    You know baking is all about science, but it’s all about control as well. When you use unsalted butter in a recipe, you can control the exact amount of salt in your baked good. When you use salted butter, you have no idea how much salt you’re using because it varies between each brand you see at the store. Chowhound tells us the exact amount of salt in popular brands and some are double the amount of others! And this doesn’t even include store-brand butter, so who the heck knows how much salt is hiding in those. The flavor in your baked good is completely compromised, especially if butter is the main flavor– think poundcake, sugar cookies, pie crust etc. It doesn’t matter as much in cooking since you can taste as you go, but it’s crucial to control the salt in baked recipes. Pair this with the added salt in your recipe and you’ll wind up with super salty poundcake.

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    Unsalted Butter

    Salt is a preservative and therefore, salted butter has a longer shelf life than unsalted butter. We’re talking 3-4 months of shelf time. For fresher butter, reach for the unsalted variety. (Or heck! Make your own!) However, some brands add “natural flavor” to unsalted butter, which extends its shelf life (not quite as long as salt). This is usually lactic acid, which also helps regulate its pH.