|Item Weight||1.5 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||6 x 6 x 6 inches|
|Item model number||284A|
|Size||4" x 3.5"|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Pieces||1|
Norpro Glazed Stoneware Butter Keeper
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- Measures 3.5" / 9cm in diameter and stands 4" / 10cm tall.
- A butter lover's dream! Once you start using this Butter Keeper, you won't settle for hard butter again!
- Holding up to 1 stick of butter, the water in the base seals out air to keep the butter soft, sweet and spreadable for up to 30 days - without refrigeration!
- Simply pour approximately 1/2" / 1.25cm of water in the basin, fill the top of the butter keeper with butter, turn it upside down so the water is covering the top of the butter, and PRESTO! Soft, sweet, spreadable butter that stays fresh. (Water should be changed every 2-3 days).
- Made of attractive glazed stoneware. Attractive enough for your table or counter top!
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Measures: 4" x 3.5" x 3.5" / 10cm x 9cm x 9cm. Capacity: 1 stick of butter/ .5C. A butter lover's dream! Once you start using this Butter Keeper, you won't settle for hard butter again! Holding up to 1 stick of butter, the water in the base seals out air to keep the butter soft, sweet and spreadable for up to 30 days - without refrigeration! Simply pour approximately 1/2 inch of water in the basin, fill the top of the butter keeper with butter, turn it upside down so the water is covering the top of the butter, and PRESTO! Soft, sweet, spreadable butter that stays fresh. (Water should be changed every 2-3 days). Made of attractive glazed stoneware. Attractive enough for your table or counter top. Measures 3.5" in diameter and stands 4" tall. Hand washing recommended.
Norpro was founded in 1973 with a vision to design, manufacture, and supply the highest caliber kitchenware. Norpro’s offering of innovative, high quality product for cooking, preparing and serving food are produced with superior materials and craftsmanship.
Butter stored in the fridge tastes like leftovers and tears up your toast, while butter stored on the counter spreads easily but goes rancid in days. What to do? Norpro has the answer. Simply pack the Norpro Butter Keeper’s inverted lid with softened butter, put an inch or so of cool water in the base, and invert the lid on top. Water makes an airtight seal between lid and base, keeping butter soft, sweet, and spreadable for up to 30 days without refrigeration. (You’ll need to replace the water every few days.) Looking equally at home on the counter or at the table, this ceramic crock features delicate blue bands and a handle on top. It measures four inches in diameter by 3-1/2 inches tall, and is completely dishwasher-safe.--Mary Park
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I switch out the water EVERY day, sometimes twice in a day, but the butter still keeps growing red/green/black mold? I fill it up entirely with cold water in the sink to make sure that the water line and seal is full, right up to the top of the butter and it is, but there's still mold? It does keep the butter at room temperature but I HAVE to use it within 3 days or else it'll start molding up/start forming red splotches.
What this little bowl does is eliminate the oxidation causing your butter to go stale. It works by placing a stick of softened butter into the bowl. Then add about a half inch of tap water to the crock. The water acts as a barrier to keep oxygen from coming into contact with the butter. The water simply rolls off the butter when you're ready to use. After several days, I haven't found my butter go stale yet. I just replace the water every day or so. The lid stops the water from evaporation too quickly.
This is a big hit in our house and we are officially fans. I'd give it ten stars if I could.
To those experiencing mold, you must only use salted butter. To those that have their butter falling out, I'm assuming it's not soft enough too cling to the sides of the bowls. Or there are air bubbles between the butter and the bowl. If that still doesn't fix your butter go buy squeeze butter out of a bottle. (Yick.)Problem solved.