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Grass-fed butter in Spain??

Answered on August 19, 2014
Created July 26, 2013 at 4:44 PM

Anyone have an idea where to buy?

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on July 26, 2013
at 07:27 PM

Thanks for replying. In my search for grass fed beef (sheep and goat I can find locally easily) I have come across many websites, I prefer the meat to be from Asturias or Galicia where green reigns supreme. (I live in Andalucía). But, getting to my point, finding that (super-expensive) "carne ecologica" is absolutely no guarantee that it's grass fed.

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on July 26, 2013
at 07:26 PM

Thanks for replying. In my search for grass fed beef (sheep and goat I can find locally easily) I have come across many websites, I prefer the meat to be from Asturias or Galicia where green reigns supreme. (I live in Andalucía). But, getting to my point, finding that (super-expensive) "varne ecologica" is absolutely no guarantee that it's grass fed.

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on July 26, 2013
at 07:25 PM

Thanks for replying. In my search for grass fed beef (sheep and goat I can find locally easily) I have come across many websites, I prefer the meat to be from Asturias or Galicia where green reigns supreme. (I live in Andalucía). But, getting to my point, finding that (super-expensive) organic beef is absolutely no guarantee that it's grass fed.

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on July 26, 2013
at 04:48 PM

I used to find Kerrygold at Carrefour until 3 or 4 months ago but someday they just never got anymore, don't know why :/ Now I buy 'organic butter' from organic food stores but I don't really know if it's grass-fed, I guess it is, at least partially, but difficult to know. I'm also interested in this.

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048dd52752c45129c1212bfffb37ca72

on July 26, 2013
at 04:49 PM

I used to find Kerrygold at Carrefour until 3 or 4 months ago but someday they just never got any more, don't know why :/

Now I buy 'organic butter' from organic food stores but I don't really know if it's grass-fed, I guess it is, at least partially, but difficult to know. I'm also interested in this

Cbda678b2a6bf0537d8c4ea0ce8aa9ad

(4319)

on July 26, 2013
at 07:25 PM

Thanks for replying. In my search for grass fed beef (sheep and goat I can find locally easily) I have come across many websites, I prefer the meat to be from Asturias or Galicia where green reigns supreme. (I live in Andalucía). But, getting to my point, finding that (super-expensive) organic beef is absolutely no guarantee that it's grass fed.

Cbda678b2a6bf0537d8c4ea0ce8aa9ad

(4319)

on July 26, 2013
at 07:26 PM

Thanks for replying. In my search for grass fed beef (sheep and goat I can find locally easily) I have come across many websites, I prefer the meat to be from Asturias or Galicia where green reigns supreme. (I live in Andalucía). But, getting to my point, finding that (super-expensive) "varne ecologica" is absolutely no guarantee that it's grass fed.

Cbda678b2a6bf0537d8c4ea0ce8aa9ad

(4319)

on July 26, 2013
at 07:27 PM

Thanks for replying. In my search for grass fed beef (sheep and goat I can find locally easily) I have come across many websites, I prefer the meat to be from Asturias or Galicia where green reigns supreme. (I live in Andalucía). But, getting to my point, finding that (super-expensive) "carne ecologica" is absolutely no guarantee that it's grass fed.

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