By Baldmichael Theresoluteprotector’sson
1st May, 2022
“Don’t you mean Build back Better?” Well, yes and no. You see butter is better. “Better than what?” you say.
Okay, for starters is its better than industrial margarine which my father has referred to as axle grease. I now understand why at last.
As regards butter, this is better because it contains vitamins A, B, D, E and K for a start.
I have said before that butter is typically golden yellow like God’s good sun which gives us vitamin D if we do the right things.
Too much butter can be problematic due to the need for bile in breaking down the fat. And bile is vile smelling, which is why faeces smells!
And in the Greek b and v are related phonetically.
Anyway, this is supposed to be a dessert course (it will go in Le Café dessert menu), so this is rather unpleasant. So what can we do with butter then for dessert? How about bread and butter pudding?
Stale bread, but not mouldy, can be used, and may be better than fresh and it can absorb the liquid you can add. I have seen recipes using Bailey’s Irish Cream Liqueur and brioche, the French light bread/cake.
Delia Smith used butter a lot in her recipes. She became the Mrs Beeton of her era in a way, although only in the cooking, as Mrs Beeton covered all sorts of other household management issues.
Her book, ‘Mrs Beeton’s Book of Household Management’ is a classic, still highly regarded today I believe in many quarters.
Anyway, I am rather wandering off subject. This link is definitely useful on butter and how we have been lied to about its benefits.
I particularly note
Moreover, note that grass-fed butter is particularly rich in Vitamin K2, which can have important impact on health.
Now K-2 is what is recommended to accompany vitamin D-3 to reduce risks of calcium deposits in the blood system.
I have said this before.
Covid 19 stands for amongst other things vitamin C Or VItamin D – the cure is in the name (note stress on the capitals). The 19 stands for potassium, K on the periodic table, atomic number 19. Vitamin K 2 is also needed for reducing of calcium carbonate in the blood and furring up the arteries.
Again from the previous link
Namely, according to them, one should replace butter with margarine, which contains highly processed trans fats. And that was what we did, we substituted butter, a healthy food, with something full of toxic and harmful components.
Now you may find this comparison odd, but I note that we have trans-fats being highly processed and harmful. I suspect this is due at least in part to being processed to death, and probably using neuro-toxic chemical remaining in the product.
But we also have the trans-gender nonsense, where the poor humans involved have been highly processed, chemically poisoned. Maybe not to death, but as good as. Perhaps it is the margarine they eat!!
Seriously, though, the margarine probably is just the tip of the iceberg, as there are so many neuro-toxins in food etc. And then there are the hormones and antibiotics in meat and dairy products.
I would like to point out that animals need vitamins and minerals as much as we humans. And don’t want poisoning with artificial fertilisers and pesticides on grazing land. They need the benefit of good, herb rich grass.
Cows can then produce milk from which we get butter etc. which will in turn be good for us if we eat it. So buy organic butter etc. if you can, and push for people to farm organically whether you can or not.
Now I can’t say I was enamoured of bread and butter as a child. Children tend to have a sweet tooth, and jam is lovely! But now I can appreciate the ‘Eat your bread and butter first’ rule I recall that we had from my parents.
And if the bread is proper bread and the butter proper butter, not adulterated by chemicals or ‘fillers’, then it tastes much, much better.
‘I do like a bit of butter on my bread’ was a line from The King’s Breakfast by A.A.Milne. You can read it here.
As is written, marmalade is good (with vitamin C) but butter is essential.
I had the two books as a child ‘When We Were Very Young’ and ‘Now we are six’. The later was my inspiration for my page ‘Rule of Six Government Guidance’ with reference to the guidance of gov.uk. All hail the mighty gov.uk!
With hail stones as heavy as a talent as per Bible prophecy to drum some sense into the stupid officials and politicians! Hail the people too who stupidly followed the guidance without thinking.
‘OI, GET A GRIP YOU LOT!’ That my hail, I’m hailing the people.
Anyway, how about baked potato and butter? Grated cheese to and some sweet chilli sauce and salad – that was my supper last night, delicious.
And don’t forget, one can make cakes with butter and bake them. I thought this website looked fun.
So, that is butter, but what about margarine? Here are some anagrams for interest to start with.
Air German – are the Germans responsible? Seems not, a Frenchman invented it. See later.
German IRA – German’s responsible for the IRA. Mmm now there’s a thought.
am angrier – Well, I’m getting angry about the fraud of selling margarine as though it is truly a good substitute for butter.
arena grim – we now enter the grim arena of what margarine is truly doing to us.
an era grim – similar to above
a grime RNA – a dirty Ribonucleic acid??
Now this chap was the inventor, Monsieur Hippolyte Mège-Mouriès.
And this tells you more about it.
I note this.
The reference margarine was rich in vitamin E (37% of the Daily Value, DV), containing 35 mg gamma-tocopherol) and sodium (47% DV) added as salt for flavour. Unless fortified with micronutrients during manufacturing, there are no other nutrients in significant content. Vitamin A and vitamin D may be added for fortification.
I think this says it all. It is ultimately an inferior product.
Or as Voltaire might have said, ‘C’est magnifique, mais ce n’est pas le buerre!’
There is of course the issue of palm oil and destruction of rainforests.
There people suggesting that butter production is bad by implication, i.e. cows fart methane and so affect the climate. Hence one reason for the climate change arguments.
Well, I keep saying climate change isn’t the issue, but pollution is. Why don’t people concentrate on that? Clear up the all the plastic waste, stop using plastics etc.
And plastics are what the tubs are made of that margarine is put in.
But the arguments against butter are just utter bollox! As opposed to butter ollux!!
There are various brands of margarine. Don’t forget a brand is also a mark. Margarine is not good for you. You could say it is beastly in a way. A mark of a beast perhaps? Mmm…
As regards brands, well, there is ‘I can’t believe it’s not butter!’ Well I can!
In February 2017, Unilever rebranded the product as “I Can’t Believe It’s So Good… For Everything!” in the UK. The stated objective was to increase awareness of the product’s versatility. The rebrand was greeted with puzzlement and some derision by many media commentators. Subsequently, the branding was simplified to “I Can’t Believe It’s So Good…”. The brand was returned to its original form in November 2019.
I’m not surprised they reverted back to the old branding. After all ‘good for everything’ would include greasing your axles!!
Here’s more on the margarine swindle.
I extract these paragraphs.
The Kerry Group is one such example. It has a position in the Irish dairy market analogous to Kraft in the United States. Kerry’s Low Low Spread claims to be “made from Irish butter milk” but ‘reconstituted buttermilk’ actually makes up just 3% of the ingredients. The main ingredients are sunflower, palm and linseed oils, along with some water. It also features a milk churn and separates the compound word buttermilk – all to reinforce its bogus pretence to be a dairy product.
Misleading advertising cheats both the customer and the farmer. The customer is misled into buying a product by means of deceptive representation. Farmers obtain a lower price for their milk because demand is artificially lowered by unfair competition. It is entirely understandable that Big Margarine resorts to fraud to enrich itself. It has always done so. That the injured parties remain passive victims seems rather more inexplicable, especially when one compares their inertia to the robust response of their ancestors.
And I think this is a great article to consider the issues.
And consider this, referring to nickel toxicity regarding the use of nickel as a catalyst and other issues of pesticides etc on the plant crops used.
Quora is interesting. I found this answer. From
Jason Wirausaha, Marketer at Independent (2017-present)
Answered Apr 23, 2022
At a glance, it appears that margarine aids weight loss, reduces your risk of heart attack, provides useful vitamins, and lowers your cholesterol. Seems like a healthy choice. But before you rush out to eat a spoon of this life-preserving food, have you noticed that even on the oldest and yellowiest margarine at the back of the fridge, the mould only grows on the crumbs of food that have fallen in. Everything else is in an advanced state of decay, but the margarine sits blandly and smoothly in its tub- untouched. Nothing has grown on it because there is nothing for the mould to ‘eat.’ Margarine is a highly processed ‘food”, and to me, it illustrates the problem of modern food marketing; promoted as improving health it is actually highly processed, and lacking any ‘living’ nutrition. Margarine was developed over a hundred years ago as a butter substitute for the Army and the ‘lower classes’;’ to be cheap and last for a long time.
Butter is a natural pure product. It does not last as long and yes it is high in saturated fat. These should never be eaten in excess, but can be part of a healthy diet if used in sensible amounts; after all they are pure ingredients which have been part of our diet for thousands of years. Traditionally people would have eaten dairy, meat and eggs in small quantities due to the expense of their production; there was no cheap mass-produced food. Importantly, people would have been active all day long, often involved in the physically demanding tasks of agricultural and food production. Our bodies have not changed although our lifestyle has changed almost beyond recognition, but if we eat a balanced diet of whole, unprocessed foods, and stay active, we should live long and healthy lives. In fact the rise of obesity, heart disease and cancer, which had been popularly linked to a diet high in animal fats, is largely influenced by a rise in the widespread use of cheap, long-lasting hydrogenated fats.
So, butter or margarine? I will choose butter every time. It concerns me that some people may believe that by switching to a heart-friendly, cholesterol-lowering spread, they may be excused the hassle of exercising and giving up other unhealthy food choices. Despite what the food industry is telling us, you cannot buy a short-cut to health. Living a healthy, long and disease-free life means eating natural, unprocessed foods and staying active every day; you just can’t buy that in a tub.
If you have believed the hype, the advertising, about margarine as being better than butter then you have been had, as I was until I woke up to the lies.
Now I switched from margarine to butter in 2020 after my diagnosis of stage 1 cancer, which I now know to be erroneous and due to chemical poisoning via sodium nitrite in bacon I ate. I will again explain more in due course.
I cannot explain why, I just knew I must do it. I am very angry with the cretinous oncologist at Brighton in the NHS who said to my wife and I when I asked about diet, said there was nothing I should do. She is an ignorant doctor and no mistake.
But then they don’t teach them much about diet in medical school I understand. Still, I consider this no excuse for not doing her own research. It is easy now with the internet. Main stream doctors are pathetic nowadays if they not understand these issues on nutrition and toxins. It is what I call primary school stuff.
Now I mentioned the vitamins A, B, D, E and K. Now fascinatingly anagram these letters and you get baked as the only full anagram!
Baked with butter is better!
If we put in these vowels we can have:
Batter – for pancakes etc.
Better – for good
Bitter – for a margarine, the bitter truth it not good for you or the environment. Consider doing your bit.
Botter – the robots making the industrial axle grease we call margarine
Butter – what we should be eating
So, I say Build Back Butter into your diet. Make a batter, it’s better, not bitter, and not made by botters.
Buy Butter, it’s better!!
P.S. Don’t forget. Butter should be bought as organic as possible as it was intended to be by the Most High.
Regarding batters and their uses.
Regarding the Rule of six government guidance – this funny!
P.P.S I achieved 99 countries on my WordPress stats this 29th April!