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Upcoming Deal: Costco Members: 4-Count 8-Oz Kerrygold Pure Irish Butter EXPIRED

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Costco [Store Locator] has an Upcoming Deal for its Members: 4-Count 8-Oz Kerrygold Pure Irish Butter (Salted or Unsalted) for an extra $3.60 off regular prices starting on November 15. This offer is valid in-store where available.

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Costco has Kerrygold Pure Irish Butter Salted / Unsalted, 4 x 8 oz - $8.99 ($3.60 off) In-Store

Limit 3 per transaction

Starts Nov 15 - Nov 29

Item: 1172471, 1207907

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This has a limit of 3. I just saw that it will be $3 off at Costco Business Center... and NO LIMIT..... Nov 8 to Dec 5, 2021. In case anyone cares. -TidalWaveOne
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#151
Quote from IceTruckKiller :
I only wish, most of the EU is contaminated already.
The cows are fed grass, not corn.
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Quote from 335SGM :
I've seen unsalted at the Costco business center off 33rd Ave.
Thanks bud. Ill check it out
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#153
I prefer mustard.
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Quote from Pagefault :
It tastes substantially better, not that there's anything wrong with "regular" butter.

If butter is just an ingredient, it's subtle and you might not notice. If butter is the main event (say toast), it'll be obvious.
Agree. I make homemade peanut/pecan brittles every Christmas. In these candies, butter really stands out in flavor, so it needs to be high quality. I've found both the Kirkland brand & KerryGold to be great, but I prefer the Kerry and buy it if there's a good sale on it like this one. 👍🏻
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#155
Quote from Ooogs :
Unsalted too? I've only seen salted here (CA)
Try San Francisco. It's 11.99 I looked today.
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#156
This is the only unsalted to make great ghee with, American Beauty is another brand but no longer comes in unsalted. Both are superior to Kirkland brand.
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#157
Quote from averagejoe616 :
Perhaps there is lactose in butter?
Not a significant amount. You can look at a nutrition label and look for grams of carbs (lactose is a sugar). This has 0g (which means <0.5g per serving size) which shouldn't cause issues. Some people can have sensitivities to things other than lactose (eg milk protein). Or the high fat content caused increase cholecystokinin release (hormone released in response to fat, which causes the gallbladder to squeeze, which can cause a cramping sensation in the upper abdomen).
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Let me know when they start selling so-called "unsalted" version of it.

(Geez, what's wrong with all these people and this language. How can something that never was salted to begin with be "unsalted".) and what's wrong with marketing: they came up with super-fancy version of food for people who are supposedly serious about their diet, and then put ingredient that healthy humans should limit or avoid. Insane!
A lot of butter was salted in the age before refrigeration, both to improve taste and to extend shelf life.

It was unusual to call out a butter as being salt free, until rather recently. Hence the specificity.

I have to lol watching 'pro chefs' insist on using unsalted in a recipe that they then add salt to. Yeah, I know the salt content varies between butters but come on man!
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Quote from denblagoi :
We've switched to Kirkland brand. They started selling it here in NJ.
Only certain locations I've noticed. But yes it's still twice the price as the non grass fed but half the price of kerrygold.
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Quote from NotHilariousBook :
I have to lol watching 'pro chefs' insist on using unsalted in a recipe that they then add salt to. Yeah, I know the salt content varies between butters but come on man!
I know. I just put it on my bread Smilie or in milk porridge (which usually takes fruit, not salt). I guess for chefs it's easier to judge how much salt goes into the recipe as I am sure they never truly measure salt. It is probably not as easy to adjust to salt in butter as different butters have different amounts of salt.
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Quote from googs185 :
Just purchased this and can confirm. "Fed 5% local grains for nutritional balance".

I used to get Kerrygold and was waiting for this sale to stock up. Can anyone recall if it is 100% grass fed?
I believe Kerrygold is 80% grass fed.
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Quote from NickF4244 :
Grass fed is such a broad term for food marketing but your cows are still getting grain and soy, it is just that when the opportunity comes up that they can feed them grass they do.
I mean to be fair, the packaging clearly states 95% grass fed.
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This butter is awesome. I switched from the store brand to this to make my bulletproof coffee in the morning. Can taste the difference. As for people concerned about fat and margarine...yes margarine has trans fats....better not to eat those. Also if you are doing a Keto diet (low in carbs) fats like this are good for you and you actually lose weight.
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Quote from dusto2k3 :
It has higher fat in non legal states too.
but where would you get THC?Peace
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Quote from Jhearty99 :
Not sure if this is nationwide or not, but my Costco just started selling Kirkland brand grass-fed butter for $9.99.
Quantity? Thanks.
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