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anim8rfsk
2017-08-10 16:41:57 UTC
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Despite the annoying pitchman and the fact that it's a total rip off
(get a second one free, just pay a separate fee!) and it will speed up
my imminent demise enormously, I still unaccountably want one.

www.ButterBullet.com (as seen on TV!)
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Obveeus
2017-08-10 17:16:24 UTC
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Despite the annoying pitchman and the fact that it's a total rip off
(get a second one free, just pay a separate fee!) and it will speed up
my imminent demise enormously, I still unaccountably want one.
www.ButterBullet.com (as seen on TV!)
Odd...the directions say you can put it in the refrig between uses if
you like colder butter...but it heats the stuff up before spraying it,
so I don't see how the refrig will allow you to have the colder butter
you like. They should just admit that it will be a rancid butter bullet
if it sits on the counter.

Runs of rechargeable batteries...but does it include a plug/transformer
so the batteries recharge inside the device or do you need to have your
own battery charger?
anim8rfsk
2017-08-10 17:42:58 UTC
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Despite the annoying pitchman and the fact that it's a total rip off
(get a second one free, just pay a separate fee!) and it will speed up
my imminent demise enormously, I still unaccountably want one.
www.ButterBullet.com (as seen on TV!)
Odd...the directions say you can put it in the refrig between uses if
you like colder butter...but it heats the stuff up before spraying it,
so I don't see how the refrig will allow you to have the colder butter
you like. They should just admit that it will be a rancid butter bullet
if it sits on the counter.
Runs of rechargeable batteries...but does it include a plug/transformer
so the batteries recharge inside the device or do you need to have your
own battery charger?
Also they're doing something that I was sure these rip off artists had
lost court cases on. You *can't* buy just one. The *only* offer
available on the website is "get a free second unit for only $8.99
additional fee" - plus the $8.99 shipping and handling. So the *only*
price you can pay for this $29.99 item is $47.97.
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anim8rfsk
2017-08-11 16:37:53 UTC
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Despite the annoying pitchman and the fact that it's a total rip off
(get a second one free, just pay a separate fee!) and it will speed up
my imminent demise enormously, I still unaccountably want one.
www.ButterBullet.com (as seen on TV!)
Odd...the directions say you can put it in the refrig between uses if
you like colder butter...but it heats the stuff up before spraying it,
so I don't see how the refrig will allow you to have the colder butter
you like. They should just admit that it will be a rancid butter bullet
if it sits on the counter.
Runs of rechargeable batteries...but does it include a plug/transformer
so the batteries recharge inside the device or do you need to have your
own battery charger?
Also they're doing something that I was sure these rip off artists had
lost court cases on. You *can't* buy just one. The *only* offer
available on the website is "get a free second unit for only $8.99
additional fee" - plus the $8.99 shipping and handling. So the *only*
price you can pay for this $29.99 item is $47.97.
And something I noticed while looking to see if there were any answer's
to Obveeus' questions about how it works ...

at the bottom of the page, in incredibly tiny type, it says they're
going to add on a $1 Web-ordering fee!

It's like that cell phone commercial with the obnoxious baby sitter
adding on all the hidden fees ...
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Ubiquitous
2017-08-10 18:30:57 UTC
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Despite the annoying pitchman and the fact that it's a total rip off
(get a second one free, just pay a separate fee!) and it will speed up
my imminent demise enormously, I still unaccountably want one.
www.ButterBullet.com (as seen on TV!)
I am oddly dissapointed this is not a disposable murder weapon.
Post by Obveeus
Odd...the directions say you can put it in the refrig between uses if
you like colder butter...but it heats the stuff up before spraying it,
so I don't see how the refrig will allow you to have the colder butter
you like. They should just admit that it will be a rancid butter bullet
if it sits on the counter.
Butter doesn't require refridgeration.
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anim8rfsk
2017-08-10 18:36:18 UTC
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Despite the annoying pitchman and the fact that it's a total rip off
(get a second one free, just pay a separate fee!) and it will speed up
my imminent demise enormously, I still unaccountably want one.
www.ButterBullet.com (as seen on TV!)
I am oddly dissapointed this is not a disposable murder weapon.
Post by Obveeus
Odd...the directions say you can put it in the refrig between uses if
you like colder butter...but it heats the stuff up before spraying it,
so I don't see how the refrig will allow you to have the colder butter
you like. They should just admit that it will be a rancid butter bullet
if it sits on the counter.
Butter doesn't require refridgeration.
Challenge says KEEP REFRIGERATED - PERISHABLE.
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Obveeus
2017-08-10 18:42:52 UTC
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Despite the annoying pitchman and the fact that it's a total rip off
(get a second one free, just pay a separate fee!) and it will speed up
my imminent demise enormously, I still unaccountably want one.
www.ButterBullet.com (as seen on TV!)
I am oddly dissapointed this is not a disposable murder weapon.
Post by Obveeus
Odd...the directions say you can put it in the refrig between uses if
you like colder butter...but it heats the stuff up before spraying it,
so I don't see how the refrig will allow you to have the colder butter
you like. They should just admit that it will be a rancid butter bullet
if it sits on the counter.
Butter doesn't require refridgeration.
Challenge says KEEP REFRIGERATED - PERISHABLE.
Perishable...just like the people who consume rancid butter.
shawn
2017-08-10 18:48:02 UTC
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Despite the annoying pitchman and the fact that it's a total rip off
(get a second one free, just pay a separate fee!) and it will speed up
my imminent demise enormously, I still unaccountably want one.
www.ButterBullet.com (as seen on TV!)
I am oddly dissapointed this is not a disposable murder weapon.
Post by Obveeus
Odd...the directions say you can put it in the refrig between uses if
you like colder butter...but it heats the stuff up before spraying it,
so I don't see how the refrig will allow you to have the colder butter
you like. They should just admit that it will be a rancid butter bullet
if it sits on the counter.
Butter doesn't require refridgeration.
Challenge says KEEP REFRIGERATED - PERISHABLE.
Salted butter is fine kept out of the fridge. Not so sure the same is
true for unsalted butter.
Adam H. Kerman
2017-08-10 18:58:26 UTC
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Despite the annoying pitchman and the fact that it's a total rip off
(get a second one free, just pay a separate fee!) and it will speed up
my imminent demise enormously, I still unaccountably want one.
www.ButterBullet.com (as seen on TV!)
I am oddly dissapointed this is not a disposable murder weapon.
Post by Obveeus
Odd...the directions say you can put it in the refrig between uses if
you like colder butter...but it heats the stuff up before spraying it,
so I don't see how the refrig will allow you to have the colder butter
you like. They should just admit that it will be a rancid butter bullet
if it sits on the counter.
Butter doesn't require refridgeration.
Challenge says KEEP REFRIGERATED - PERISHABLE.
Salted butter is fine kept out of the fridge. Not so sure the same is
true for unsalted butter.
I believe salt was originally added to butter to hide rancid flavors.
That's why unsalted butter has to be fresher.

As a practical matter, I don't care for letting an entire quarter pound stick
of butter sit at room temperature if I'm using it to butter toast or a muffin.
I find it too soft.

Note that "sweet cream" does not mean "unsalted". It's meant to contrast
with soured (not rancid) butter that the French typically prefer in baking.
Soured butter can also be salted or unsalted.
anim8rfsk
2017-08-10 19:49:42 UTC
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Despite the annoying pitchman and the fact that it's a total rip off
(get a second one free, just pay a separate fee!) and it will speed up
my imminent demise enormously, I still unaccountably want one.
www.ButterBullet.com (as seen on TV!)
I am oddly dissapointed this is not a disposable murder weapon.
Post by Obveeus
Odd...the directions say you can put it in the refrig between uses if
you like colder butter...but it heats the stuff up before spraying it,
so I don't see how the refrig will allow you to have the colder butter
you like. They should just admit that it will be a rancid butter bullet
if it sits on the counter.
Butter doesn't require refridgeration.
Challenge says KEEP REFRIGERATED - PERISHABLE.
Salted butter is fine kept out of the fridge. Not so sure the same is
true for unsalted butter.
That notice was on a package of salted butter.
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Adam H. Kerman
2017-08-10 20:26:16 UTC
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Despite the annoying pitchman and the fact that it's a total rip off
(get a second one free, just pay a separate fee!) and it will speed up
my imminent demise enormously, I still unaccountably want one.
www.ButterBullet.com (as seen on TV!)
I am oddly dissapointed this is not a disposable murder weapon.
Post by Obveeus
Odd...the directions say you can put it in the refrig between uses if
you like colder butter...but it heats the stuff up before spraying it,
so I don't see how the refrig will allow you to have the colder butter
you like. They should just admit that it will be a rancid butter bullet
if it sits on the counter.
Butter doesn't require refridgeration.
Challenge says KEEP REFRIGERATED - PERISHABLE.
Salted butter is fine kept out of the fridge. Not so sure the same is
true for unsalted butter.
That notice was on a package of salted butter.
Disclaimers are a joke.
Adam H. Kerman
2017-08-10 18:53:50 UTC
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Despite the annoying pitchman and the fact that it's a total rip off
(get a second one free, just pay a separate fee!) and it will speed up
my imminent demise enormously, I still unaccountably want one.
www.ButterBullet.com (as seen on TV!)
I am oddly dissapointed this is not a disposable murder weapon.
Post by Obveeus
Odd...the directions say you can put it in the refrig between uses if
you like colder butter...but it heats the stuff up before spraying it,
so I don't see how the refrig will allow you to have the colder butter
you like. They should just admit that it will be a rancid butter bullet
if it sits on the counter.
Butter doesn't require refridgeration.
Challenge says KEEP REFRIGERATED - PERISHABLE.
Rancid butter is not spoiled butter, but the flavor is unacceptable.

Depending on how you are cooking or baking, you may want the butter
at refrigerated or room temperature to start with.

Perishable? Everything is perishable where you live, but outside the
desert, no, butter isn't perishable. That's a lie.
Lesmond
2017-08-12 01:51:24 UTC
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Despite the annoying pitchman and the fact that it's a total rip off
(get a second one free, just pay a separate fee!) and it will speed up
my imminent demise enormously, I still unaccountably want one.
www.ButterBullet.com (as seen on TV!)
I am oddly dissapointed this is not a disposable murder weapon.
Post by Obveeus
Odd...the directions say you can put it in the refrig between uses if
you like colder butter...but it heats the stuff up before spraying it,
so I don't see how the refrig will allow you to have the colder butter
you like. They should just admit that it will be a rancid butter bullet
if it sits on the counter.
Butter doesn't require refridgeration.
Challenge says KEEP REFRIGERATED - PERISHABLE.
Rancid butter is not spoiled butter, but the flavor is unacceptable.
Depending on how you are cooking or baking, you may want the butter
at refrigerated or room temperature to start with.
Perishable? Everything is perishable where you live, but outside the
desert, no, butter isn't perishable. That's a lie.
My parents never refrigerated butter and neither do I. Well, it's in the
freezer until I need a new stick, but it sits out after that until it's
gone.
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anim8rfsk
2017-08-12 04:03:06 UTC
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Post by anim8rfsk
Despite the annoying pitchman and the fact that it's a total rip off
(get a second one free, just pay a separate fee!) and it will speed up
my imminent demise enormously, I still unaccountably want one.
www.ButterBullet.com (as seen on TV!)
I am oddly dissapointed this is not a disposable murder weapon.
Post by Obveeus
Odd...the directions say you can put it in the refrig between uses if
you like colder butter...but it heats the stuff up before spraying it,
so I don't see how the refrig will allow you to have the colder butter
you like. They should just admit that it will be a rancid butter bullet
if it sits on the counter.
Butter doesn't require refridgeration.
Challenge says KEEP REFRIGERATED - PERISHABLE.
Rancid butter is not spoiled butter, but the flavor is unacceptable.
Depending on how you are cooking or baking, you may want the butter
at refrigerated or room temperature to start with.
Perishable? Everything is perishable where you live, but outside the
desert, no, butter isn't perishable. That's a lie.
My parents never refrigerated butter and neither do I. Well, it's in the
freezer until I need a new stick, but it sits out after that until it's
gone.
Which is almost never overnight!
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Lesmond
2017-08-12 04:37:38 UTC
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Post by anim8rfsk
Despite the annoying pitchman and the fact that it's a total rip off
(get a second one free, just pay a separate fee!) and it will speed up
my imminent demise enormously, I still unaccountably want one.
www.ButterBullet.com (as seen on TV!)
I am oddly dissapointed this is not a disposable murder weapon.
Post by Obveeus
Odd...the directions say you can put it in the refrig between uses if
you like colder butter...but it heats the stuff up before spraying it,
so I don't see how the refrig will allow you to have the colder butter
you like. They should just admit that it will be a rancid butter bullet
if it sits on the counter.
Butter doesn't require refridgeration.
Challenge says KEEP REFRIGERATED - PERISHABLE.
Rancid butter is not spoiled butter, but the flavor is unacceptable.
Depending on how you are cooking or baking, you may want the butter
at refrigerated or room temperature to start with.
Perishable? Everything is perishable where you live, but outside the
desert, no, butter isn't perishable. That's a lie.
My parents never refrigerated butter and neither do I. Well, it's in the
freezer until I need a new stick, but it sits out after that until it's
gone.
Which is almost never overnight!
Heh. It takes us a few days. Unless there is salmon or lobster about.
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2017-08-12 05:02:55 UTC
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Post by Ubiquitous
Post by Obveeus
Post by anim8rfsk
Despite the annoying pitchman and the fact that it's a total rip off
(get a second one free, just pay a separate fee!) and it will speed up
my imminent demise enormously, I still unaccountably want one.
www.ButterBullet.com (as seen on TV!)
I am oddly dissapointed this is not a disposable murder weapon.
Post by Obveeus
Odd...the directions say you can put it in the refrig between uses if
you like colder butter...but it heats the stuff up before spraying it,
so I don't see how the refrig will allow you to have the colder butter
you like. They should just admit that it will be a rancid butter bullet
if it sits on the counter.
Butter doesn't require refridgeration.
Challenge says KEEP REFRIGERATED - PERISHABLE.
Rancid butter is not spoiled butter, but the flavor is unacceptable.
Depending on how you are cooking or baking, you may want the butter
at refrigerated or room temperature to start with.
Perishable? Everything is perishable where you live, but outside the
desert, no, butter isn't perishable. That's a lie.
My parents never refrigerated butter and neither do I. Well, it's in the
freezer until I need a new stick, but it sits out after that until it's
gone.
Which is almost never overnight!
Heh. It takes us a few days. Unless there is salmon or lobster about.
Which is one reason that I don't leave the butter out. Unless I'm in a
mood to do a lot of cooking that requires butter a single stick may
last me for weeks.
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2017-08-12 06:05:49 UTC
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Post by anim8rfsk
Despite the annoying pitchman and the fact that it's a total rip off
(get a second one free, just pay a separate fee!) and it will speed up
my imminent demise enormously, I still unaccountably want one.
www.ButterBullet.com (as seen on TV!)
I am oddly dissapointed this is not a disposable murder weapon.
Post by Obveeus
Odd...the directions say you can put it in the refrig between uses if
you like colder butter...but it heats the stuff up before spraying it,
so I don't see how the refrig will allow you to have the colder butter
you like. They should just admit that it will be a rancid butter bullet
if it sits on the counter.
Butter doesn't require refridgeration.
Challenge says KEEP REFRIGERATED - PERISHABLE.
Rancid butter is not spoiled butter, but the flavor is unacceptable.
Depending on how you are cooking or baking, you may want the butter
at refrigerated or room temperature to start with.
Perishable? Everything is perishable where you live, but outside the
desert, no, butter isn't perishable. That's a lie.
My parents never refrigerated butter and neither do I. Well, it's in the
freezer until I need a new stick, but it sits out after that until it's
gone.
Which is almost never overnight!
Heh. It takes us a few days. Unless there is salmon or lobster about.
Which is one reason that I don't leave the butter out. Unless I'm in a
mood to do a lot of cooking that requires butter a single stick may
last me for weeks.
did you mean to say 'hours' or 'two meals' whichever comes first?
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2017-08-12 16:34:30 UTC
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Post by anim8rfsk
Despite the annoying pitchman and the fact that it's a total rip off
(get a second one free, just pay a separate fee!) and it will speed up
my imminent demise enormously, I still unaccountably want one.
www.ButterBullet.com (as seen on TV!)
I am oddly dissapointed this is not a disposable murder weapon.
Post by Obveeus
Odd...the directions say you can put it in the refrig between uses if
you like colder butter...but it heats the stuff up before spraying it,
so I don't see how the refrig will allow you to have the colder butter
you like. They should just admit that it will be a rancid butter bullet
if it sits on the counter.
Butter doesn't require refridgeration.
Challenge says KEEP REFRIGERATED - PERISHABLE.
Rancid butter is not spoiled butter, but the flavor is unacceptable.
Depending on how you are cooking or baking, you may want the butter
at refrigerated or room temperature to start with.
Perishable? Everything is perishable where you live, but outside the
desert, no, butter isn't perishable. That's a lie.
My parents never refrigerated butter and neither do I. Well, it's in the
freezer until I need a new stick, but it sits out after that until it's
gone.
Which is almost never overnight!
Heh. It takes us a few days. Unless there is salmon or lobster about.
Which is one reason that I don't leave the butter out. Unless I'm in a
mood to do a lot of cooking that requires butter a single stick may
last me for weeks.
did you mean to say 'hours' or 'two meals' whichever comes first?
Nope.. Finally used up a stick that has been in the fridge for about a
month because I used the butter for making some grilled cheese
sandwiches. Butter just doesn't get used that much around here unless
it's for a particular dish.
suzeeq
2017-08-12 16:40:03 UTC
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Post by anim8rfsk
Despite the annoying pitchman and the fact that it's a total rip off
(get a second one free, just pay a separate fee!) and it will speed up
my imminent demise enormously, I still unaccountably want one.
www.ButterBullet.com (as seen on TV!)
I am oddly dissapointed this is not a disposable murder weapon.
Post by Obveeus
Odd...the directions say you can put it in the refrig between uses if
you like colder butter...but it heats the stuff up before spraying it,
so I don't see how the refrig will allow you to have the colder butter
you like. They should just admit that it will be a rancid butter bullet
if it sits on the counter.
Butter doesn't require refridgeration.
Challenge says KEEP REFRIGERATED - PERISHABLE.
Rancid butter is not spoiled butter, but the flavor is unacceptable.
Depending on how you are cooking or baking, you may want the butter
at refrigerated or room temperature to start with.
Perishable? Everything is perishable where you live, but outside the
desert, no, butter isn't perishable. That's a lie.
My parents never refrigerated butter and neither do I. Well, it's in the
freezer until I need a new stick, but it sits out after that until it's
gone.
Which is almost never overnight!
Heh. It takes us a few days. Unless there is salmon or lobster about.
Which is one reason that I don't leave the butter out. Unless I'm in a
mood to do a lot of cooking that requires butter a single stick may
last me for weeks.
did you mean to say 'hours' or 'two meals' whichever comes first?
Nope.. Finally used up a stick that has been in the fridge for about a
month because I used the butter for making some grilled cheese
sandwiches. Butter just doesn't get used that much around here unless
it's for a particular dish.
I use butter for cooking at least once a day.
anim8rfsk
2017-08-12 16:57:44 UTC
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Despite the annoying pitchman and the fact that it's a total rip
off
(get a second one free, just pay a separate fee!) and it will
speed
up
my imminent demise enormously, I still unaccountably want one.
www.ButterBullet.com (as seen on TV!)
I am oddly dissapointed this is not a disposable murder weapon.
Post by Obveeus
Odd...the directions say you can put it in the refrig between uses if
you like colder butter...but it heats the stuff up before spraying
it,
so I don't see how the refrig will allow you to have the colder
butter
you like. They should just admit that it will be a rancid butter
bullet
if it sits on the counter.
Butter doesn't require refridgeration.
Challenge says KEEP REFRIGERATED - PERISHABLE.
Rancid butter is not spoiled butter, but the flavor is unacceptable.
Depending on how you are cooking or baking, you may want the butter
at refrigerated or room temperature to start with.
Perishable? Everything is perishable where you live, but outside the
desert, no, butter isn't perishable. That's a lie.
My parents never refrigerated butter and neither do I. Well, it's in the
freezer until I need a new stick, but it sits out after that until it's
gone.
Which is almost never overnight!
Heh. It takes us a few days. Unless there is salmon or lobster about.
Which is one reason that I don't leave the butter out. Unless I'm in a
mood to do a lot of cooking that requires butter a single stick may
last me for weeks.
did you mean to say 'hours' or 'two meals' whichever comes first?
Nope.. Finally used up a stick that has been in the fridge for about a
month because I used the butter for making some grilled cheese
sandwiches. Butter just doesn't get used that much around here unless
it's for a particular dish.
I use butter for cooking at least once a day.
Yay SuzeeQ!
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2017-08-12 19:59:11 UTC
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Despite the annoying pitchman and the fact that it's a total rip
off
(get a second one free, just pay a separate fee!) and it will
speed
up
my imminent demise enormously, I still unaccountably want one.
www.ButterBullet.com (as seen on TV!)
I am oddly dissapointed this is not a disposable murder weapon.
Post by Obveeus
Odd...the directions say you can put it in the refrig between uses if
you like colder butter...but it heats the stuff up before spraying
it,
so I don't see how the refrig will allow you to have the colder
butter
you like. They should just admit that it will be a rancid butter
bullet
if it sits on the counter.
Butter doesn't require refridgeration.
Challenge says KEEP REFRIGERATED - PERISHABLE.
Rancid butter is not spoiled butter, but the flavor is unacceptable.
Depending on how you are cooking or baking, you may want the butter
at refrigerated or room temperature to start with.
Perishable? Everything is perishable where you live, but outside the
desert, no, butter isn't perishable. That's a lie.
My parents never refrigerated butter and neither do I. Well, it's in the
freezer until I need a new stick, but it sits out after that until it's
gone.
Which is almost never overnight!
Heh. It takes us a few days. Unless there is salmon or lobster about.
Which is one reason that I don't leave the butter out. Unless I'm in a
mood to do a lot of cooking that requires butter a single stick may
last me for weeks.
did you mean to say 'hours' or 'two meals' whichever comes first?
Nope.. Finally used up a stick that has been in the fridge for about a
month because I used the butter for making some grilled cheese
sandwiches. Butter just doesn't get used that much around here unless
it's for a particular dish.
I use butter for cooking at least once a day.
Yay SuzeeQ!
And it's usually got garlic in it.
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2017-08-12 20:36:06 UTC
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Despite the annoying pitchman and the fact that it's a total
rip
off
(get a second one free, just pay a separate fee!) and it will
speed
up
my imminent demise enormously, I still unaccountably want one.
www.ButterBullet.com (as seen on TV!)
I am oddly dissapointed this is not a disposable murder weapon.
Post by Obveeus
Odd...the directions say you can put it in the refrig between
uses
if
you like colder butter...but it heats the stuff up before
spraying
it,
so I don't see how the refrig will allow you to have the colder
butter
you like. They should just admit that it will be a rancid butter
bullet
if it sits on the counter.
Butter doesn't require refridgeration.
Challenge says KEEP REFRIGERATED - PERISHABLE.
Rancid butter is not spoiled butter, but the flavor is unacceptable.
Depending on how you are cooking or baking, you may want the butter
at refrigerated or room temperature to start with.
Perishable? Everything is perishable where you live, but outside the
desert, no, butter isn't perishable. That's a lie.
My parents never refrigerated butter and neither do I. Well, it's
in
the
freezer until I need a new stick, but it sits out after that until it's
gone.
Which is almost never overnight!
Heh. It takes us a few days. Unless there is salmon or lobster about.
Which is one reason that I don't leave the butter out. Unless I'm in a
mood to do a lot of cooking that requires butter a single stick may
last me for weeks.
did you mean to say 'hours' or 'two meals' whichever comes first?
Nope.. Finally used up a stick that has been in the fridge for about a
month because I used the butter for making some grilled cheese
sandwiches. Butter just doesn't get used that much around here unless
it's for a particular dish.
I use butter for cooking at least once a day.
Yay SuzeeQ!
And it's usually got garlic in it.
More escargot for SuzeeQ!
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Despite the annoying pitchman and the fact that it's a total
rip
off
(get a second one free, just pay a separate fee!) and it will
speed
up
my imminent demise enormously, I still unaccountably want one.
www.ButterBullet.com (as seen on TV!)
I am oddly dissapointed this is not a disposable murder weapon.
Post by Obveeus
Odd...the directions say you can put it in the refrig between
uses
if
you like colder butter...but it heats the stuff up before
spraying
it,
so I don't see how the refrig will allow you to have the colder
butter
you like. They should just admit that it will be a rancid butter
bullet
if it sits on the counter.
Butter doesn't require refridgeration.
Challenge says KEEP REFRIGERATED - PERISHABLE.
Rancid butter is not spoiled butter, but the flavor is unacceptable.
Depending on how you are cooking or baking, you may want the butter
at refrigerated or room temperature to start with.
Perishable? Everything is perishable where you live, but outside the
desert, no, butter isn't perishable. That's a lie.
My parents never refrigerated butter and neither do I. Well, it's
in
the
freezer until I need a new stick, but it sits out after that until it's
gone.
Which is almost never overnight!
Heh. It takes us a few days. Unless there is salmon or lobster about.
Which is one reason that I don't leave the butter out. Unless I'm in a
mood to do a lot of cooking that requires butter a single stick may
last me for weeks.
did you mean to say 'hours' or 'two meals' whichever comes first?
Nope.. Finally used up a stick that has been in the fridge for about a
month because I used the butter for making some grilled cheese
sandwiches. Butter just doesn't get used that much around here unless
it's for a particular dish.
I use butter for cooking at least once a day.
Yay SuzeeQ!
And it's usually got garlic in it.
More escargot for SuzeeQ!
Shrimp scampi!
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Post by anim8rfsk
Despite the annoying pitchman and the fact that it's a total
rip
off
(get a second one free, just pay a separate fee!) and it will
speed
up
my imminent demise enormously, I still unaccountably want
one.
www.ButterBullet.com (as seen on TV!)
I am oddly dissapointed this is not a disposable murder weapon.
Post by Obveeus
Odd...the directions say you can put it in the refrig between
uses
if
you like colder butter...but it heats the stuff up before
spraying
it,
so I don't see how the refrig will allow you to have the
colder
butter
you like. They should just admit that it will be a rancid
butter
bullet
if it sits on the counter.
Butter doesn't require refridgeration.
Challenge says KEEP REFRIGERATED - PERISHABLE.
Rancid butter is not spoiled butter, but the flavor is
unacceptable.
Depending on how you are cooking or baking, you may want the butter
at refrigerated or room temperature to start with.
Perishable? Everything is perishable where you live, but outside
the
desert, no, butter isn't perishable. That's a lie.
My parents never refrigerated butter and neither do I. Well, it's
in
the
freezer until I need a new stick, but it sits out after that until
it's
gone.
Which is almost never overnight!
Heh. It takes us a few days. Unless there is salmon or lobster about.
Which is one reason that I don't leave the butter out. Unless I'm in a
mood to do a lot of cooking that requires butter a single stick may
last me for weeks.
did you mean to say 'hours' or 'two meals' whichever comes first?
Nope.. Finally used up a stick that has been in the fridge for about a
month because I used the butter for making some grilled cheese
sandwiches. Butter just doesn't get used that much around here unless
it's for a particular dish.
I use butter for cooking at least once a day.
Yay SuzeeQ!
And it's usually got garlic in it.
More escargot for SuzeeQ!
Shrimp scampi!
Mmmmmmmmmm
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Despite the annoying pitchman and the fact that it's a total rip
off
(get a second one free, just pay a separate fee!) and it will
speed
up
my imminent demise enormously, I still unaccountably want one.
www.ButterBullet.com (as seen on TV!)
I am oddly dissapointed this is not a disposable murder weapon.
Post by Obveeus
Odd...the directions say you can put it in the refrig between uses if
you like colder butter...but it heats the stuff up before spraying
it,
so I don't see how the refrig will allow you to have the colder
butter
you like. They should just admit that it will be a rancid butter
bullet
if it sits on the counter.
Butter doesn't require refridgeration.
Challenge says KEEP REFRIGERATED - PERISHABLE.
Rancid butter is not spoiled butter, but the flavor is unacceptable.
Depending on how you are cooking or baking, you may want the butter
at refrigerated or room temperature to start with.
Perishable? Everything is perishable where you live, but outside the
desert, no, butter isn't perishable. That's a lie.
My parents never refrigerated butter and neither do I. Well, it's in the
freezer until I need a new stick, but it sits out after that until it's
gone.
Which is almost never overnight!
Heh. It takes us a few days. Unless there is salmon or lobster about.
Which is one reason that I don't leave the butter out. Unless I'm in a
mood to do a lot of cooking that requires butter a single stick may
last me for weeks.
did you mean to say 'hours' or 'two meals' whichever comes first?
Nope.. Finally used up a stick that has been in the fridge for about a
month because I used the butter for making some grilled cheese
sandwiches. Butter just doesn't get used that much around here unless
it's for a particular dish.
Where "particular dish" means one that contains flora and/or fauna.
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Post by Ubiquitous
Post by Obveeus
Post by anim8rfsk
Despite the annoying pitchman and the fact that it's a total rip
off
(get a second one free, just pay a separate fee!) and it will
speed
up
my imminent demise enormously, I still unaccountably want one.
www.ButterBullet.com (as seen on TV!)
I am oddly dissapointed this is not a disposable murder weapon.
Post by Obveeus
Odd...the directions say you can put it in the refrig between uses
if
you like colder butter...but it heats the stuff up before spraying
it,
so I don't see how the refrig will allow you to have the colder
butter
you like. They should just admit that it will be a rancid butter
bullet
if it sits on the counter.
Butter doesn't require refridgeration.
Challenge says KEEP REFRIGERATED - PERISHABLE.
Rancid butter is not spoiled butter, but the flavor is unacceptable.
Depending on how you are cooking or baking, you may want the butter
at refrigerated or room temperature to start with.
Perishable? Everything is perishable where you live, but outside the
desert, no, butter isn't perishable. That's a lie.
My parents never refrigerated butter and neither do I. Well, it's in the
freezer until I need a new stick, but it sits out after that until it's
gone.
Which is almost never overnight!
Heh. It takes us a few days. Unless there is salmon or lobster about.
Which is one reason that I don't leave the butter out. Unless I'm in a
mood to do a lot of cooking that requires butter a single stick may
last me for weeks.
did you mean to say 'hours' or 'two meals' whichever comes first?
Nope.. Finally used up a stick that has been in the fridge for about a
month because I used the butter for making some grilled cheese
sandwiches. Butter just doesn't get used that much around here unless
it's for a particular dish.
Where "particular dish" means one that contains flora and/or fauna.
Yes.
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Despite the annoying pitchman and the fact that it's a total rip off
(get a second one free, just pay a separate fee!) and it will speed up
my imminent demise enormously, I still unaccountably want one.
www.ButterBullet.com (as seen on TV!)
I am oddly dissapointed this is not a disposable murder weapon.
Post by Obveeus
Odd...the directions say you can put it in the refrig between uses if
you like colder butter...but it heats the stuff up before spraying it,
so I don't see how the refrig will allow you to have the colder butter
you like. They should just admit that it will be a rancid butter bullet
if it sits on the counter.
Butter doesn't require refridgeration.
Challenge says KEEP REFRIGERATED - PERISHABLE.
Rancid butter is not spoiled butter, but the flavor is unacceptable.
Depending on how you are cooking or baking, you may want the butter
at refrigerated or room temperature to start with.
Perishable? Everything is perishable where you live, but outside the
desert, no, butter isn't perishable. That's a lie.
My parents never refrigerated butter and neither do I. Well, it's in the
freezer until I need a new stick, but it sits out after that until it's
gone.
Which is almost never overnight!
Heh. It takes us a few days. Unless there is salmon or lobster about.
Or something hot in layers like pancakes ...
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Despite the annoying pitchman and the fact that it's a total rip off
(get a second one free, just pay a separate fee!) and it will speed up
my imminent demise enormously, I still unaccountably want one.
www.ButterBullet.com (as seen on TV!)
I am oddly dissapointed this is not a disposable murder weapon.
Post by Obveeus
Odd...the directions say you can put it in the refrig between uses if
you like colder butter...but it heats the stuff up before spraying it,
so I don't see how the refrig will allow you to have the colder butter
you like. They should just admit that it will be a rancid butter bullet
if it sits on the counter.
Butter doesn't require refridgeration.
Challenge says KEEP REFRIGERATED - PERISHABLE.
Rancid butter is not spoiled butter, but the flavor is unacceptable.
Depending on how you are cooking or baking, you may want the butter
at refrigerated or room temperature to start with.
Perishable? Everything is perishable where you live, but outside the
desert, no, butter isn't perishable. That's a lie.
My parents never refrigerated butter and neither do I. Well, it's in the
freezer until I need a new stick, but it sits out after that until it's
gone.
Which is almost never overnight!
Heh. It takes us a few days. Unless there is salmon or lobster about.
Or something hot in layers like pancakes ...
Yes. Need entire pats of butter between my pancakes.

And corn on the cob must *swim* in butter.
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Despite the annoying pitchman and the fact that it's a total rip off
(get a second one free, just pay a separate fee!) and it will
speed
up
my imminent demise enormously, I still unaccountably want one.
www.ButterBullet.com (as seen on TV!)
I am oddly dissapointed this is not a disposable murder weapon.
Post by Obveeus
Odd...the directions say you can put it in the refrig between uses if
you like colder butter...but it heats the stuff up before spraying it,
so I don't see how the refrig will allow you to have the colder butter
you like. They should just admit that it will be a rancid butter
bullet
if it sits on the counter.
Butter doesn't require refridgeration.
Challenge says KEEP REFRIGERATED - PERISHABLE.
Rancid butter is not spoiled butter, but the flavor is unacceptable.
Depending on how you are cooking or baking, you may want the butter
at refrigerated or room temperature to start with.
Perishable? Everything is perishable where you live, but outside the
desert, no, butter isn't perishable. That's a lie.
My parents never refrigerated butter and neither do I. Well, it's in the
freezer until I need a new stick, but it sits out after that until it's
gone.
Which is almost never overnight!
Heh. It takes us a few days. Unless there is salmon or lobster about.
Or something hot in layers like pancakes ...
Yes. Need entire pats of butter between my pancakes.
And corn on the cob must *swim* in butter.
Exactly!

And no stick of butter ever survived a corned beef and cabbage dinner.
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2017-08-10 19:39:54 UTC
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Despite the annoying pitchman and the fact that it's a total rip off
(get a second one free, just pay a separate fee!) and it will speed up
my imminent demise enormously, I still unaccountably want one.
www.ButterBullet.com (as seen on TV!)
Odd...the directions say you can put it in the refrig between uses if
you like colder butter...but it heats the stuff up before spraying it,
so I don't see how the refrig will allow you to have the colder butter
you like. They should just admit that it will be a rancid butter bullet
if it sits on the counter.
Butter doesn't require refridgeration.
Challenge says KEEP REFRIGERATED - PERISHABLE.
Who or what is "Challenge"?

This is something I learned after that hurricane knocked out our electricity
for a week about a year ago.
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Despite the annoying pitchman and the fact that it's a total rip off
(get a second one free, just pay a separate fee!) and it will speed up
my imminent demise enormously, I still unaccountably want one.
www.ButterBullet.com (as seen on TV!)
Odd...the directions say you can put it in the refrig between uses if
you like colder butter...but it heats the stuff up before spraying it,
so I don't see how the refrig will allow you to have the colder butter
you like. They should just admit that it will be a rancid butter bullet
if it sits on the counter.
Butter doesn't require refridgeration.
Challenge says KEEP REFRIGERATED - PERISHABLE.
Who or what is "Challenge"?
This is something I learned after that hurricane knocked out our electricity
for a week about a year ago.
Challenge is the big name in butter!
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Despite the annoying pitchman and the fact that it's a total rip off
(get a second one free, just pay a separate fee!) and it will speed up
my imminent demise enormously, I still unaccountably want one.
www.ButterBullet.com (as seen on TV!)
Odd...the directions say you can put it in the refrig between uses if
you like colder butter...but it heats the stuff up before spraying it,
so I don't see how the refrig will allow you to have the colder butter
you like. They should just admit that it will be a rancid butter bullet
if it sits on the counter.
Butter doesn't require refridgeration.
Challenge says KEEP REFRIGERATED - PERISHABLE.
Who or what is "Challenge"?
This is something I learned after that hurricane knocked out our electricity
for a week about a year ago.
Challenge is the big name in butter!
Not Elsie?
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Despite the annoying pitchman and the fact that it's a total rip off
(get a second one free, just pay a separate fee!) and it will speed up
my imminent demise enormously, I still unaccountably want one.
www.ButterBullet.com (as seen on TV!)
Odd...the directions say you can put it in the refrig between uses if
you like colder butter...but it heats the stuff up before spraying it,
so I don't see how the refrig will allow you to have the colder butter
you like. They should just admit that it will be a rancid butter
bullet if it sits on the counter.
Butter doesn't require refridgeration.
Challenge says KEEP REFRIGERATED - PERISHABLE.
Who or what is "Challenge"?
This is something I learned after that hurricane knocked out our
electricity for a week about a year ago.
https://gizmodo.com/stop-refrigerating-your-butter-1624023431
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Challenge is the big name in butter!
Not Elsie?
Did you mean Borden?
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2017-08-10 20:31:13 UTC
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Despite the annoying pitchman and the fact that it's a total rip off
(get a second one free, just pay a separate fee!) and it will speed up
my imminent demise enormously, I still unaccountably want one.
www.ButterBullet.com (as seen on TV!)
Odd...the directions say you can put it in the refrig between uses if
you like colder butter...but it heats the stuff up before spraying it,
so I don't see how the refrig will allow you to have the colder butter
you like. They should just admit that it will be a rancid butter bullet
if it sits on the counter.
Butter doesn't require refridgeration.
Challenge says KEEP REFRIGERATED - PERISHABLE.
Who or what is "Challenge"?
This is something I learned after that hurricane knocked out our electricity
for a week about a year ago.
Challenge is the big name in butter!
Except for Darigold or Western Family (whichever is cheaper when buying it).
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Despite the annoying pitchman and the fact that it's a total rip off
(get a second one free, just pay a separate fee!) and it will speed up
my imminent demise enormously, I still unaccountably want one.
www.ButterBullet.com (as seen on TV!)
Odd...the directions say you can put it in the refrig between uses if
you like colder butter...but it heats the stuff up before spraying it,
so I don't see how the refrig will allow you to have the colder butter
you like. They should just admit that it will be a rancid butter bullet
if it sits on the counter.
Butter doesn't require refridgeration.
Challenge says KEEP REFRIGERATED - PERISHABLE.
Who or what is "Challenge"?
This is something I learned after that hurricane knocked out our electricity
for a week about a year ago.
Challenge is the big name in butter!
Except for Darigold or Western Family (whichever is cheaper when buying it).
Never saw either of those here.
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Despite the annoying pitchman and the fact that it's a total rip off
(get a second one free, just pay a separate fee!) and it will speed up
my imminent demise enormously, I still unaccountably want one.
www.ButterBullet.com (as seen on TV!)
Odd...the directions say you can put it in the refrig between uses if
you like colder butter...but it heats the stuff up before spraying it,
so I don't see how the refrig will allow you to have the colder butter
you like. They should just admit that it will be a rancid butter bullet
if it sits on the counter.
Butter doesn't require refridgeration.
Challenge says KEEP REFRIGERATED - PERISHABLE.
Who or what is "Challenge"?
This is something I learned after that hurricane knocked out our electricity
for a week about a year ago.
Challenge is the big name in butter!
Except for Darigold or Western Family (whichever is cheaper when buying it).
Never saw either of those here.
Big in the Pacific Northwest.
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2017-08-11 01:33:15 UTC
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Despite the annoying pitchman and the fact that it's a total rip off
(get a second one free, just pay a separate fee!) and it will speed up
my imminent demise enormously, I still unaccountably want one.
www.ButterBullet.com (as seen on TV!)
Odd...the directions say you can put it in the refrig between uses if
you like colder butter...but it heats the stuff up before spraying it,
so I don't see how the refrig will allow you to have the colder butter
you like. They should just admit that it will be a rancid butter bullet
if it sits on the counter.
Butter doesn't require refridgeration.
Challenge says KEEP REFRIGERATED - PERISHABLE.
Who or what is "Challenge"?
This is something I learned after that hurricane knocked out our electricity
for a week about a year ago.
Challenge is the big name in butter!
Except for Darigold or Western Family (whichever is cheaper when buying it).
Never saw either of those here.
Big in the Pacific Northwest.
Be a Challenge to find them in the Land o' Lakes.
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2017-08-11 02:20:05 UTC
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Despite the annoying pitchman and the fact that it's a total rip off
(get a second one free, just pay a separate fee!) and it will speed up
my imminent demise enormously, I still unaccountably want one.
www.ButterBullet.com (as seen on TV!)
Odd...the directions say you can put it in the refrig between uses if
you like colder butter...but it heats the stuff up before spraying it,
so I don't see how the refrig will allow you to have the colder butter
you like. They should just admit that it will be a rancid butter bullet
if it sits on the counter.
Butter doesn't require refridgeration.
Challenge says KEEP REFRIGERATED - PERISHABLE.
Who or what is "Challenge"?
This is something I learned after that hurricane knocked out our electricity
for a week about a year ago.
Challenge is the big name in butter!
Except for Darigold or Western Family (whichever is cheaper when buying it).
Never saw either of those here.
Big in the Pacific Northwest.
Be a Challenge to find them in the Land o' Lakes.
We got both of them too.
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2017-08-10 20:29:13 UTC
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Despite the annoying pitchman and the fact that it's a total rip off
(get a second one free, just pay a separate fee!) and it will speed up
my imminent demise enormously, I still unaccountably want one.
www.ButterBullet.com (as seen on TV!)
I am oddly dissapointed this is not a disposable murder weapon.
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Odd...the directions say you can put it in the refrig between uses if
you like colder butter...but it heats the stuff up before spraying it,
so I don't see how the refrig will allow you to have the colder butter
you like. They should just admit that it will be a rancid butter bullet
if it sits on the counter.
Butter doesn't require refridgeration.
Challenge says KEEP REFRIGERATED - PERISHABLE.
A stick never lasts long enough to perish at our house. We keep the
other sticks in the refrigerator.
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2017-08-11 16:24:13 UTC
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Despite the annoying pitchman and the fact that it's a total rip off
(get a second one free, just pay a separate fee!) and it will speed up
my imminent demise enormously, I still unaccountably want one.
www.ButterBullet.com (as seen on TV!)
I am oddly dissapointed this is not a disposable murder weapon.
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Odd...the directions say you can put it in the refrig between uses if
you like colder butter...but it heats the stuff up before spraying it,
so I don't see how the refrig will allow you to have the colder butter
you like. They should just admit that it will be a rancid butter bullet
if it sits on the counter.
Butter doesn't require refrigeration.
Usually people will use up a block of butter before it has time to go bad but if you repeatedly melt it it take less time.
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2017-08-10 19:09:34 UTC
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Despite the annoying pitchman and the fact that it's a total rip off
(get a second one free, just pay a separate fee!) and it will speed up
my imminent demise enormously, I still unaccountably want one.
www.ButterBullet.com (as seen on TV!)
Odd...the directions say you can put it in the refrig between uses if
you like colder butter...but it heats the stuff up before spraying it,
It heats the butter up *when you push the button*. If you don't push the
button, it will presumably not attempt to heat the butter.
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so I don't see how the refrig will allow you to have the colder butter
you like. They should just admit that it will be a rancid butter bullet
if it sits on the counter.
Runs of rechargeable batteries...but does it include a plug/transformer
so the batteries recharge inside the device or do you need to have your
own battery charger?
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2017-08-10 19:22:28 UTC
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Despite the annoying pitchman and the fact that it's a total rip off
(get a second one free, just pay a separate fee!) and it will speed up
my imminent demise enormously, I still unaccountably want one.
www.ButterBullet.com (as seen on TV!)
Odd...the directions say you can put it in the refrig between uses if you
like colder butter...but it heats the stuff up before spraying it, . . .
It heats the butter up *when you push the button*. If you don't push the
button, it will presumably not attempt to heat the butter.
You can't atomize solid fat! I guess it can be melted as it's being
drawn in.
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2017-08-10 21:27:57 UTC
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Despite the annoying pitchman and the fact that it's a total rip off
(get a second one free, just pay a separate fee!) and it will speed up
my imminent demise enormously, I still unaccountably want one.
www.ButterBullet.com (as seen on TV!)
Odd...the directions say you can put it in the refrig between uses if you
like colder butter...but it heats the stuff up before spraying it, . . .
It heats the butter up *when you push the button*. If you don't push the
button, it will presumably not attempt to heat the butter.
You can't atomize solid fat! I guess it can be melted as it's being
drawn in.
I don't know the chemistry; I'm just stating what I saw in the video.
Besides, it stands to reason that heating/atomizing requires energy
which involves the battery which is activated by pressing the button. If
you don't supply energy, there's nothing to heat/atomize the butter and,
based on just about every device I've ever seen, energy isn't drawn
until you turn the device on, usually with a button.
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2017-08-10 21:56:25 UTC
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Despite the annoying pitchman and the fact that it's a total rip off
(get a second one free, just pay a separate fee!) and it will speed up
my imminent demise enormously, I still unaccountably want one.
www.ButterBullet.com (as seen on TV!)
Odd...the directions say you can put it in the refrig between uses if you
like colder butter...but it heats the stuff up before spraying it, . . .
It heats the butter up *when you push the button*. If you don't push the
button, it will presumably not attempt to heat the butter.
You can't atomize solid fat! I guess it can be melted as it's being
drawn in.
I don't know the chemistry; I'm just stating what I saw in the video.
Besides, it stands to reason that heating/atomizing requires energy
which involves the battery which is activated by pressing the button. If
you don't supply energy, there's nothing to heat/atomize the butter and,
based on just about every device I've ever seen, energy isn't drawn
until you turn the device on, usually with a button.
I'd like to know how the gook in the mechanism gets cleaned just be
rinsing it. I could have sworn that oil/fat and water don't mix.

I'm sorry, anim, but this doesn't tempt me.
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2017-08-10 22:02:32 UTC
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Despite the annoying pitchman and the fact that it's a total rip off
(get a second one free, just pay a separate fee!) and it will speed up
my imminent demise enormously, I still unaccountably want one.
www.ButterBullet.com (as seen on TV!)
Odd...the directions say you can put it in the refrig between uses if you
like colder butter...but it heats the stuff up before spraying it, . . .
It heats the butter up *when you push the button*. If you don't push the
button, it will presumably not attempt to heat the butter.
You can't atomize solid fat! I guess it can be melted as it's being
drawn in.
I don't know the chemistry; I'm just stating what I saw in the video.
Besides, it stands to reason that heating/atomizing requires energy
which involves the battery which is activated by pressing the button. If
you don't supply energy, there's nothing to heat/atomize the butter and,
based on just about every device I've ever seen, energy isn't drawn
until you turn the device on, usually with a button.
I'd like to know how the gook in the mechanism gets cleaned just be
rinsing it. I could have sworn that oil/fat and water don't mix.
I'm sorry, anim, but this doesn't tempt me.
But but but ... they only sell them in 2 packs!

Seriously, I'd want to know that the entire thing is dishwasher safe,
but it's only gonna get washed between sticks ...
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Despite the annoying pitchman and the fact that it's a total rip off
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my imminent demise enormously, I still unaccountably want one.
www.ButterBullet.com (as seen on TV!)
Rinses clean in seconds? Yeah. Right.
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Despite the annoying pitchman and the fact that it's a total rip off
(get a second one free, just pay a separate fee!) and it will speed up
my imminent demise enormously, I still unaccountably want one.
www.ButterBullet.com (as seen on TV!)
Rinses clean in seconds? Yeah. Right.
heh
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http://youtu.be/WYns5vR3QuQ
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http://youtu.be/WYns5vR3QuQ
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2017-08-11 00:50:42 UTC
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my imminent demise enormously, I still unaccountably want one.
www.ButterBullet.com (as seen on TV!)
It would have made a scene in 'Last Tango In Paris' less invasive...



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Despite the annoying pitchman and the fact that it's a total rip off
(get a second one free, just pay a separate fee!) and it will speed up
my imminent demise enormously, I still unaccountably want one.
www.ButterBullet.com (as seen on TV!)
It would have made a scene in 'Last Tango In Paris' less invasive...
...but you have to admit that the whole device does sound more like a
sex toy than a kitchen product.
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2017-08-11 05:15:28 UTC
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Despite the annoying pitchman and the fact that it's a total rip off
(get a second one free, just pay a separate fee!) and it will speed up
my imminent demise enormously, I still unaccountably want one.
www.ButterBullet.com (as seen on TV!)
It would have made a scene in 'Last Tango In Paris' less invasive...
...but you have to admit that the whole device does sound more like a
sex toy than a kitchen product.
And isn't it embarrassing when you have to pick the pubes off kitchen
products?



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Despite the annoying pitchman and the fact that it's a total rip off
(get a second one free, just pay a separate fee!) and it will speed up
my imminent demise enormously, I still unaccountably want one.
www.ButterBullet.com (as seen on TV!)
It would have made a scene in 'Last Tango In Paris' less invasive...
...but you have to admit that the whole device does sound more like a
sex toy than a kitchen product.
And isn't it embarrassing when you have to pick the pubes off kitchen
products?
Depends on the company.
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