So I'm really curious about this one. I've had a block of Kerrygold butter out on the counter, in a container, for about two weeks now. Probably should have used it up by now but simply have gotten around to it. When I went to put it on my... (more)
So I found Kerrygold butter in the local supermarket (Kaiserslautern area), however upon reading the label, I found it is 30% butter and 70% rapeseed (canola/corn) oil. I was under the impression it was pure butter. I have read various... (more)
At good prices. They're also carrying unsweetened almond milk in the aseptic packs.
http://www.tesco.com/groceries/Product/Details/?id=261819963 I emailed Kerrygold as I have not found their unsalted anywhere in the UK, so I got this butter from Tesco instead for use with bulletproof coffee. Any UK hackers found unsalted... (more)
I've come to the conclusion that organic doesn't necessarily mean healthier or better quality, it could just mean the pellets they eat are organic or something. That said, British livestock is generally pretty good quality and grass fed from what... (more)
In an effort to eat more I've been trying to get through 250g of kerrygold butter a day. At the moment I've been creating a vegetable/butter mush. I don't want to eat like an infant forever though. So, how do you consume your butter and what's... (more)
Does ghee from "organic sweet cream butter from pastured cows on a small, certified organic family farm" offer the same awesome health benefits as Kerrygold pastured butter? The brand is: www.PurityFarms.com I guess my question is: is the... (more)
Trader Joe's??? 484 Lexington Parkway South Saint Paul, MN 55105 (651) 698-3119
Kerrygold is to butter as ___ is to sauerkraut? Are there any Paleo-Friendly (or sort of friendly) sauerkraut brands? Or is it a make it yourself kind of deal? Feel free to include other fermented foods other than just sauerkraut. (more)
From my experience, "Bubbi's" brand is pretty good for "living" pickled things, including sauerkraut and pickles. Only problem is that it's not cheap. You can find them pretty easily, Whole Foods, etc. Just look in the refrigerated section where... (more)
What kind of fat do you use to cook your meats and to increase the fat intake in your diet. Personally, I have tried coconut oil and can not stand the taste of it (it is wonderful on the skin though). I have started to using Ghee and the label... (more)
Hi all, Any one here from Houston who can tell me where I can buy Kerry gold butter? I checked their website for the stores that supposedly carry it, but so far every store I visited had no kerry gold butter. Alex
I just noticed in the last few weeks that the Whole Foods nearest to my house has dropped its per-brick cost of Kerrygold to $2.49, which beats the $2.69/$2.79 that I see at Trader Joe's in the region. In fact I haven't seen Kerrygold cheaper than... (more)
Yep, I saw a special deal in Whole Foods at the end of April. Also, to my surprise, my local Wegmans droped the price to $2.79 after I complained to them. They used to sell it for $4.99 / 8oz.
I've been cooking with kerrygold butter for a couple weeks now (we seem to have just gotten it in Hawaii) and have noticed recently that I have been getting chest pains on the left side after eating foods I cooked with it. Not horrible or... (more)
I am trying to determine if I should seek supplemental sources of iodine in my diet (and my family's diet). Overall I rely on kosher salt in my cooking, which as I understand it, does not have iodine. However, we all regularly consume salted... (more)
Dr K has made reference to testing grass-fed butters for Vit K2 levels and has said that Kerrygold tested at zero before, which didn't help with some people's suspicions that KG may not be entirely grass fed. But tartare provided a link to a fact... (more)
I wonder if the K2 doesn't vary wildly with season. I know that the butter is different colours depending on the time of year. Hence why high vitamin butter oil is only from cows fed on summer pasture.
My girlfriend thinks I'm crazy. So would my mom and the rest of my family. Everyone is horrified at the amount of butter I eat. But I'm 29, and not too worried about my cholesterol. How do I tell everyone I know that I'm not killing myself... (more)
Some people on here have mentioned they use salted Kerrygold. From a paleo perspective, does it matter if you use salted or unsalted Kerrygold? Besides for baking, is there a benefit of one over the other?
I am searching for butter to make my homemade ghee. I know Kerrygold unstalted butter is the top choice (given Irish cows are mostly grass fed), but it's a little hard to get around my area. so I saw this Unsalted butter from Horizon... (more)
So I tried a personal experiment. I Love Butter, its one of those things I was so happy to reintroduce into my diet. Unlike some purists, I do ok on dairy. I did a 60 day elimination, and I had no reaction reintroducing Grassfed Raw Milk,... (more)
I'm fairly new to Paleo, and I'm trying to figure things out. I ask this question to see what the range is and where I fit on the spectrum, not to find a formula - the thing I like about this way of eating/living is that my diet will be calibrated... (more)
I've been eating plenty of Kerrygold butter, which I understand is grass-fed, but not raw. I absolutely love it. But when my grass-fed farmer started carrying raw dairy products, I eagerly bought some raw butter. OMG, I absolutely hated it! I... (more)
I wanted to see if this is my imagination or if any of you have noticed the same thing: All summer, I've been buying unsalted Kerrygold that's wrapped so that I can open the package and rewrap it conveniently - the edges run along the long side... (more)
There is more beta-carotene in the Spring grass, which impacts the color of the butter. Fresh grass is also nutritionally more dense. Now that we're nearing the end of the good growing season, the taste of butter will change.
I've just seen Kerrygold butter (unsalted) in my local shop here, in Hungary. After eliminating dairy for 60 days, I want to reintroduce it. But the label says, it was packaged in Germany. Why? Is it common? And most importantly: is it... (more)
This might be helpful: http://www.farmersjournal.ie/site/farming-Kerrygold-in-Germany-10288.html
http://www.kerrygold.co.uk/index.php?p=faqs,3 Are Kerrygold Packet and Softer Butters organic? No, the milk used in our products is not guaranteed organic. it isnt organic. Do Kerrygold Packet and Softer Butters contain any genetically... (more)
Hi all, I know we all mostly love our Kerrygold round these parts, so I was interested to see their new spreadable product - Kerrygold with olive oil: http://goo.gl/RgQBX Unfortunately, when I got this home and actually read the back of the... (more)