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8 hours ago, gulfporter said:

For those unfamiliar with disease, here's a link with pics...the condition of right hand looks almost exactly like the 2nd photo on page:

https://emedicine.medscape.com/article/329414-overview 

 

All too familiar here but mine has not progressed as far.  I can't place my hands together but thankfully I can still cut butter with a knife.  Worse was frozen shoulder, believed by some to be the same disease, which made it difficult to cook or eat...details, I know.  Sorry if too much information.

 

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European butter like Kerrygold has more fat and is more spreadable right out of the fridge; that could be a solution for some people. Leaving it out for fifteen minutes makes it even easier. And it tastes so good. For many baking needs I just use regular American butter, but for spreading on fresh bread or toast it's only a modest splurge.

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43 minutes ago, Katie Meadow said:

European butter like Kerrygold has more fat and is more spreadable right out of the fridge; that could be a solution for some people. Leaving it out for fifteen minutes makes it even easier. And it tastes so good. For many baking needs I just use regular American butter, but for spreading on fresh bread or toast it's only a modest splurge.

Buying European butter in Mexico is more than a modest splurge!  I like the local butter, though some expats complain because most stores only stock mantequilla sin sal (unsalted butter), but I've only eaten unsalted butter since my 20s when I got into baking and opted to only buy unsalted for the house.  

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