Lets face it: Butter is delicious. And it makes almost everything taste better. And while I am sure we could live without it, what would be the point?
Enter Red Feather Butter: a 12 oz can of real creamery butter for your food storage:
Everything tastes better with butter
Three things I love about this butter:
- Shelf life: The manufacturer says that Red Feather Butter will store for 2 years in good conditions. In ideal, cool conditions, an unopened can could be expected to last much longer than that.
- Ingredients: The ingredients list is exactly two items long: Pasteurized Cream, Salt. No preservatives or artificial ingredients!
- Taste: Delicious. Honestly some of the best butter I have ever had.
Butter is a great way to add oils and fats to your diet, as well as getting that comfort-food feeling in a disaster or emergency.
A handy tip from a customer who tried the Red Feather Butter:
"I am using a supply of Red Feather butter purchased over 3 years ago and it is still great. Probably the best butter (bar none) I've ever tasted. Suggestion: When opening the can open both ends and use the lid to push the contents from the can into a container for storage in fridge."
What do you think? Is butter a necessity or a luxury? Would you add butter to your food storage?
Salt is, in fact, a preservative.
Along with dehydration, it's the oldest known method.
YES. Butter is a necessity. I use it in almost all of my baking. I love that they have canned butter ready to use as soon as you open it. I would love to add this to my food storage.
Beverly from Maine
I have some in my storage, and will no doubt add MORE……
We need fats in our body. So, eat the DELICIOUS fats.—→ Red Feather Butter!
Has anyone tried storing it in the freezer or refrigerator? Just wondered if it would take on the taste of the can.
So true, I would also be adding some garlic salt to the popcorn…
Fats are a necessary part of our diet. If you can use a little butter to meet that need, I think it is a great thing. Think about it, what would be better when the world has gone bananas than a big bowl of popcorn with butter??