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but·ter

(bŭt'ĕr),
1. A coherent mass of milk fat, obtained by churning or shaking cream until the separate fat globules run together, leaving a liquid residue, buttermilk.
2. A soft solid having more or less the consistency of butter.
[L. butyrum, G. boutyros, prob. fr. bous, cow, + tyros, cheese]
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butter

Drug slang
A regional term for:
(1) Marijuana.
(2) Crack cocaine.
 
Nutrition
An oily, unctuous substance obtained from dairy products by churning, commonly used for cooking or as a condiment.
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but·ter

(bŭt'ĕr)
1. A coherent emulsion of milk fat, obtained by churning or shaking cream until the separate fat globules run together, leaving a liquid residue, buttermilk.
2. A soft solid having the consistency of butter.
[L. butyrum, G. boutyros, prob. fr. bous, cow, + tyros, cheese]
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175g/6oz lightly salted butter, really soft, plus extra for greasing
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INGREDIENTS (For 16) 125g lightly salted butter, softened; 125g caster sugar; 1 medium egg, beaten; 225g plain flour; 1 sachet Dr.
SKULL BISCUITS 125g lightly salted butter, softened; 125g caster sugar; medium egg, beaten; 225g plain flour; 1 sachet Dr.
Cyrus' Cockles with Smoked Paprika and Coriander (Serves 4 as a starter, 2 for lunch) Ingredients | 1kg (2lb 4oz) uncooked cockles or mussels in the shell | 60ml (21/4fl oz) white wine | Few sprigs of coriander, to garnish For the butter | 3tbsp lightly salted butter, softened | 2 small garlic cloves, grated | 1tbsp lime juice | 1/2tsp smoked paprika | 1tbsp chopped fresh coriander freshly ground black pepper Method 1.
The butter is a high-butterfat, very lightly salted butter. According to the company, the average American butter has 80 percent butterfat, and specialty butters reach as high as 83 percent butterfat.