Butter Bell Crock Closed!
When I was given the chance to review the Butter Bell crock by L. Tremain I was so excited! But not as excited as when I opened the box and saw it. I love this cute little crock, it is adorable. I added the softened butter into the bell part and the water into the crock and let it set a few hours. When I checked it out to see if this really works as well as they say it does...I couldn't believe it....the butter was so soft and spreadable... just like the video said. Then I really became excited! I have loved butter and sugar sandwiches since I was a child and for the first time in years I ate one. It was totally awesome! Yum!
Every home must have a Butter Bell crock. No more tore up bread when you apply the butter right out of the fridge. No more hot rolls that get cold while you wait on the pat of butter to melt. And for once the butter gets actually on the corn-on-the-cob! This is the best invention since sliced bread. Let me tell you how the wonderful Butter Bell crock was invented:
Ancient civilizations were concerned with spoilage and deterioration of foodstuffs and devised clever processes of preservation, including bundling butter in animal skins. As these people became more sedentary, they began to store butter in ceramic containers. In warm climates, butter was wrapped in loosely woven cloth and submerged in vats of salt water. This technique remained popular until the introduction of sanitary ware in the 19th century.
A method of glazing and firing ceramics at high temperatures, sanitary ware prevented bacteria build-up and increased the length of storage time. As time went along, earthenware containers, which allowed evaporation of moisture, thus facilitating, cooling, became popular for both the storage of water and butter. Earthenware maintained its popularity until refrigeration came along in the mid-20th century.
Through study of traditional butter storage methods along with hours of product development, L. Tremain, Inc. has come up with a modern solution to the butter dilemma. The Original Butter Bell® Crock.Here is how to use your Butter Bell crock:
The Secret to Fresh Creamy Butter is the Airtight Seal
The unique design keeps butter at the perfect "spreading" consistency by reflecting outside heat while insulating and cooling the butter. Flavor and freshness is protected by an airtight seal of water at the base of the crock.
Proper maintenance: Water should be changed out every three days. Replace existing water in the base with fresh, cold water. The crock should be stored away from heat or sunlight.
The Butter Bell crock is dishwasher safe. It is made in China by a top manufacturer of ceramic products. The crocks are made from the highest quality materials and are completely safe and contain no lead or cadmium. The Butter Bell crock works best when real butter is used. The dimensions of the Butter Bell crock are about 4.25 inches externally, and 3.75 inches in length, width and height. It can hold one stick of butter or half a cup of butter.
The Butter Bell crock's innovative design keeps butter at the perfect “spreading” consistency by reflecting outside heat while insulating and cooling the butter. Flavor and freshness is protected by an airtight seal of water at the base of the crock. For more information on how the Butter Bell crock works, click to see video .
The Butter Bell crock also allows for more measured control of butter application. In other words, you use less butter without sacrificing flavor — important for today’s health-conscious consumers.
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