So they say, but if you don't eat everyday it shouldn't be much of a problem. Some margarines taste as good as butter.
I think butter is better for you. Most of the margarines are solid vegetable oils. I think butter is a more natural ingredient. I also think you use less because it has a taste.
I was told that margarine was originally made to fatten turkeys.
Moderation will remove the issue of gaining weight. It is important to note however that butter is a natural product while margarine is man made and in no way comparable to real butter. Give yourself a break and enjoy real butter in moderation.
Do not know.........will not debate beyond this observation............
in your own backyard........
lay out a stick of butter, beside
a stick of margarine........
WHICH of these do the flies swarm to?
Hey, if flies shun it?....................
YOU decide for your family and I will decide for mine. We can cut fat and calories elsewhere.
Absolutely not. In fact, I wrote an entire hub on that topic. please check out:
I don't use margarine if I can help it because it contains the types of fat that are bad for you.
Butter is much nicer, but unfortunately I love it so much that I eat too much, and therefore it makes me fatter!
I would advise butter - but in moderation!
Butter is a real product made with ingredients of nature and Margarine is manufactured so of course Butter is better for you and won't make you fat. Just ask Paula Dean. Didn't she invent the fried stick of butter? No. I'm 50 lbs overweight and I ate margarine for years till I discovered butter and how you don't need much of it to make food taste good and margarine you have to slather on in large doses. Butter Wins!
by Susannah Birch 6 years ago
What happens if you don't include the margarine/butter in the muffin mix?I forgot to add the margarine to a premade muffin mix. They're currently in the oven. Will there be a big difference?
by Newton's Rival 9 years ago
Check out my recipe hub, and please give me some ideas. Would greatly appreciate it.
by Paul Edmondson 7 years ago
Why are cookies baked with butter flatter than cookies made with margarine?When I bake cookies with butter they come out flatter than when I bake them with margarine. Why?
by Sherri 5 years ago
How do you make a tuna melt?With what kind of cheese? And do you make it in the toaster oven or on the stove-top in a fry pan? Do you add herbs or tomatoes?
by shriash 7 years ago
1. olive oil2. corn oil3. cocount oil4. sunflower oil
by Susan Zutautas 5 years ago
What can I substitute for vegetable oil in a cake mix?I went to bake a cake this morning and realized that I don't have any vegetable oil. Is there something that I can use other than vegetable oil? Would Extra Virgin Olive Oil work?
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