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Butter substitute

Posted by shaddy-409939 - Created: 3 years ago
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Posted by Annabelle's Papa - 3 years ago

We make our own mayonaise as a substitute for butter, egg, sunflower/vegetable/ground nut  oil and a little dijon mustard and white wine vinegar, trick is to get all the ingredients to room temperature before blending.

 

http://www.jamieoliver.com/recipes/eggs-recipes/my-beautiful-mayo/

Not exactly the same but once you have made your own, shop bought is never the same, it make a decent jam jar size and keeps in the fridge for a week (if it lasts that long).

 

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Posted by bretonne - 3 years ago

Fruit d'Or do a sunflower spread without lactose - info here with  list of ingredients

https://www.fruitdor.fr/produits/leger-sans-lactose

It would also be worth asking in the bio shops, they usually have a range of products suitable for people with specific intolerances.

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Posted by shaddy-409939 - 3 years ago

Thank you. The thing is they can bring it over with them, with two small children and all the luggage you have to bring with you, i thought if i can get things here it would  make their trip more manageable.

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Posted by sabc15-427548 - 3 years ago

Hi. there are spread made from vegetable/sunflower oil,if these are no good, get him to bring some with him in a cool bag/box,I have bought several item from the UK in a cool box and put frozen bottles of water in to keep it cool and always been fine.sabc15.

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Posted by shaddy-409939 - 3 years ago

Thank you for taking the time to look at my post. The thing is my grandson cannot have soya either, so it makes it quite difficult to buy a spread without it.

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Posted by Iguana Rock - 3 years ago

I did a search and found this (see link):

http://www.thierrysouccar.com/nutrition/info/laitages-les-alternatives-sans-lactose-ni-caseine-2531