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What is a substitute for butter in soups?

Answered on July 09, 2014
Created July 07, 2014 at 3:27 AM

I often make a soup with sweet potato, water, salt, and butter. What would be the next best fat instead of butter I could substitute that would still make the soup taste good?

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on July 08, 2014
at 06:54 AM

Lard from high quality bacon or pork....

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on July 07, 2014
at 03:51 AM

Duck fat would be yummy.

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on July 07, 2014
at 03:43 AM

whats wrong with butter? Some of us do infact eat dairy :D... If the small amount of lactose bothers you, you could make clarified butter, use lard, tallow, etc

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on July 09, 2014
at 12:12 AM

Coconut milk + sweet potato = yum.

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on July 08, 2014
at 02:26 PM

i found this recipe. only one i found so far that doesn't contain dairy and looks and acts more like butter. http://kitchenlovestories.com/non-dairy-whipped-butter/

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on July 07, 2014
at 03:44 AM

I put tallow or olive oil in soups.

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on July 07, 2014
at 03:43 AM

I usually use Olive Oil in soups. Although that sounds like a really loose mashed potato rather than a soup.

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