Is it safe to store butter at room temperature?
I like to keep it on my table.
I've seen it done but I think this is for people that are constantly using it. I wouldn't let it get too old; I know it is nice to have it soft.
Scramble is right. The purpose to put it in the fridge is to make sure the butter can last long. It depends on how you use it, if you use it almost everyday and will finish fast, I think shouldn't be any problem to put it on the table.
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