Flora Buttery Reviews
Product Type: Flora Spread
Description:Brand: Flora / Type: Margarine
Newest Review: ... that this isn't more buttery, as to me its just a bit like normal Flora. This Flora is said to be healthy as it contains ... more
by - written on 21/07/08, updated on 21/07/08 (Very useful, 1214 readings)
-0- BUTTER ME UP -0- If I have toast or bread, I want butter on it and lots of it. I adore the flavour of rich, creamy, unsalted butter. It really is quite unhealthy the amount that I eat of it. So in a bid to cut down on my cholesterol I searched for a tasty spread that was not too 'margarine' in flavour. I am not keen on the olive oil spreads or the cheaper brands of 'Butter Alternatives'. So when Flora bought out their 'Buttery' I thought that this might just be the answer to my problem.- Flora is an excellent brand and one that has a solid reputation, so I was more than happy to part with my cash and begin my trial of this NEW Flora ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/06/10 (Very useful, 250 readings)
For some time now I've been choosing margarines that advertise a "buttery" taste and usually go for Utterly Butterly or I Can't Believe It's Not Butter but recently strayed into Flora Buttery. The reason I bought it was purely cost, it was on offer at £1 for 500g which was cheaper than the other two brands I usually plump for so I bought some. Flora Buttery is rich in Omega 3 and 6 and claims to be good for your heart when eaten regularly. A 10g serving provides 63 calories, 0.1g sugars, 7g fat, 1.6g saturates, 0.2g salt so the fat is really the only high statistic there. When I compared this fat level to Utterly Butterly I realised Flora is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/05/10 (Very useful, 160 readings)
I often find that people have a preference to the spread that they use, and this would be my preference. It is mainly the taste of different spreads rather than their price/health issues that attract me to a spread. Flora Buttery is a vegetable fat spread with buttermilk which gives it its buttery taste. It is also made with seed oils which contain omega 3&6 which are supposed to be good for your heart. It is also suitable for vegetarians. With the Flora name under its belt you are almost guaranteed quality and so far I can not argue against this. Flora Buttery is as versatile as other spreads in that it can be used for spreading, freezing and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/03/10 (Very useful, 42 readings)
We often have I can't believe it's not Butter or Utterly Butterly in the the fridge along with proper Butter, but the wife bought this the other week. Although we both like normal Butter, the wife sometimes does some baking, and needs this for the ingredients. This is just found in the normal place where you get all the spreads in the chiller section of a shop. The only tub i've seen in a 500g one, which is what most of them come in. This normally sells for around £1.50, but she got it when it was on offer for £1. The tub looks alright. Just like all the others i'm afraid though. It is a rectangular shape and mainly yellow in colour. I think with ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/12/09 (Very useful, 52 readings)
I am not loyal to any one type of butter or margarine and tend to buy what ever type is the best buy when I am shopping in my supermarket. I had tried the 'Flora Buttery' spread not long ago and have just finished the tub. This is the first time I have bought this type of Flora spread. I bought this type of buttery spread because it was on a special offer in my local supermarket and the tub only cost £1 which is cheaper than what I would usually pay for a butter or spread. The tub is quite eye catching and I think it stands out from other tubs in the supermarket as it is a bright yellow colour but then again a lot of butters or spreads ... Read the complete review
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