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How much water do you put in a stoneware butter keeper?
Last Updated: 14th February, 2020
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Also know, how much water do you put in a butter keeper?
To use a French Butter Dish, "pack" 1/4 to 1/2 pound of butter into its bell or cone-shaped lid, then put water into the base so that it is about 1/3 full (use salted water for unsalted or low-salt butter). When the inverted bell shaped lid is on, a seal is created that keeps oxygen away from the butter.
Furthermore, how often should you change the water in a butter bell? Make sure you change the water every 3 days.
Subsequently, question is, do you have to put water in a butter bell?
The butter must adhere to the inside of the lid, meaning there should be no space between the butter and the lid. By smoothing the butter internally within the lid, this should ensure that it properly adheres to the insides of the bell. Add the cold water to the base, and replace every 3 days with fresh water.
How do you use Norpro butter keeper?
Easy to use! 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. Helpful Tip: Allow the stick of butter to soften first, then pack the butter into lid. Soft, sweet butter that stays fresh.