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To be honest I haven’t tried any organic butters out on the market. While I’m trying to get in a little more health minded way while cooking I wasn’t sure how a lactose free, casein free, soy free, gluten free, trans fat free butter would hold up. I was shocked when I tasted it on it’s own it had the texture of butter and subtle nutty taste to it with all the healthy oils. It melted on my biscuit and I even cooked my eggs in it and it did all the normal things butter brands do except I didn’t feel as guilty eating it. I really liked the fact that their ingredient list is short and it’s all stuff I understand and can pronounce.

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My dad has always raved about the health benefits of coconut oil and now I’m a believer that you don’t have to sacrifice taste and texture for a healthier alternative.

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Melt® currently comes in original, honey and the new flavor chocolate. While I have only tried the original so far I am excited that they offer additional flavors, which opens the door to more options while cooking and smothering all my favorite foods.

If you want in on the action enter the Finding Inspiration in Food & Melt® Organic, Butter 2.0 Reader Giveaway! All you need to do is tell me what flavor you are most interested in trying. For an extra entry let me know how you would use the flavor you would try (no limit to entries). Deadline is November 1, 2013 at midnight central time.

Win a special "Melt on Us" kit, which includes some free coupons to try Melt® Organic, a cutting board, and a spreader. Even if you don’t win, check out there site HERE to find recipes, store locator and all the info you need. (And if you sign up your email they’ll send you a coupon to try it!)


Disclaimer: Melt® Organic provided a "Melt on Us" kit which includes some free coupons to try Melt® Organic, a cutting board, and a spreader for this Review & Giveaway. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”

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