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PlugrŠ is a butter made in the United States by Keller's Creamery. It's made with . . .

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Posted to Thread #21910 at 4:03 am on Apr 12, 2012

. . . a higher butterfat content than most American butter (82% butterfat, vs. 80% [1]), resulting in a richer flavor and lower water content. Thus it is particularly useful in making pastry, particularly flakey items like puff pastry (p‚te feuilletťe) and croissants. It is also used by some chefs in place of normal butter. The name "Plugra" is derived from the French plus gras ("more fat").

Online marketing for PlugrŠ have pegged it as "European style", supposedly because of the composition difference between itself and most butter sold in American markets.

In the United States, it is usually found in specialty markets.


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