How to Identify Real Butter? 6 Easy Methods

How to Identify Real Butter

Butter is a type of fat that doubles the taste of delicious dishes of Turkish cuisine. Butter, obtained from approximately 82% milk fat, is used in many dishes. This animal-derived oil, which creates a delicious smell in the kitchen while roasting noodle and rice, while preparing soup sauces, is also a main ingredient with high nutritional value.

There are many types of butter available in the market. In stores selling natural products, molded butter greets you. Unfortunately, sometimes the butter, which is exposed to sales tricks, may not be 100% natural. In such cases, you need to distinguish between real butter and added butter. So, how to identify real butter?

How to spot real butter? To get the most accurate answer to this question, you need to put the butter through some tests. You can safely use the butter, which has passed the tests, in your meals. Now let’s examine how the real butter test is done. After reading this article, it will not be possible for fake butter containing additives to enter your home!

How to Identify Real (Genuine) Butter? 6 Easy Methods

1) It is real if it melts in one piece in water

  • A real butter has the feature of dissolving in water in one piece. To try this test, first cut a small piece of butter and put it in hot water.
  • If the piece of butter starts to dissolve in water in one piece, you can safely consume it.
  • If it starts to melt in pieces, this oil is not butter and it is a mixed oil with a high margarine content.2) It is real if it does not melt but soften at room temperature.
  • One of the curious answers to the question of how real butter is made is its consistency. While real butter is being prepared, its consistency remains constant.
  • In order for the butter to pass this test, let the butter sit at room temperature for a few hours.
  • After a certain period of time, if the oil melts like water, unfortunately the butter you have is fake oil.
  • Real butter retains its consistency at room temperature. It doesn’t melt and just softens.

3) It Is Real If It Bubbles While Melting

  • One of the most famous properties of butter is the appetizing smell and foam that emerges when it is cooked at high temperatures. So what does this foam oil have to do with reality?
  • You might wonder if real butter burns. To alleviate this concern, take a spoonful of butter and heat it in a small frying pan.
  • If foaming did not occur in the heated oil, this oil is a fake oil with a mixture of margarine.
  • Real and organic butter starts to foam when heated in a pan.
  • The reason for this foaming is that the water in its body is released while the oil is being made.

4) It Is True If It Is Lighter Than Melted Oil

If you are wondering what color real butter is, we cannot give you a clear color. Because it is the type and fat of the milk used that determines the color of the butter. But we can give you a tip about the color:

  • If the butter turns a darker color than its own color while it is melting in the pan, we should regret that there is a very high possibility that there is dye in this oil.
  • You can try this test like this: If the butter you bought is light yellow in color and turns golden yellow when melted in the pan, the oil you use is fake and additive oil.

5) Good Quality Butter Prices Are High

  • Real butter has a high economic value. Because milk fat is used and prepared from natural fresh milk.
  • If you see very low numbers when buying butter, it is not recommended to buy these oils.
  • The average price of butter in the market is 50 TL per kilogram. In line with this figure, you can distinguish between real and fake butter.

6) It is real if it splits into pieces when you separate it with a knife

  • A knife can make your job easier to spot the difference between fake and real butter.
  • The fake one of the butter is separated as a whole at the stroke of the knife.
  • Insert a knife into the butter you want to test for authenticity. Natural and genuine butter is broken into very small pieces.

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