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hi there anyone know where I can buy butter in say 10 kg tub for a good price I found cheese around 5.99 for 2kg and 1.8 kg at wholesalers and burgers around 10.99 for 48 pack so was thinking there ma…
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4m, 1w agoPosted 4 months, 1 week ago
hi there anyone know where I can buy butter in say 10 kg tub for a good price I found cheese around 5.99 for 2kg and 1.8 kg at wholesalers and burgers around 10.99 for 48 pack so was thinking there maybe a place to get butter cheaper in larger packs aswell but seen none in these wholesale shops for good price anything under 2.50per kg would be good
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4m, 1w agoPosted 4 months, 1 week ago
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#1
Unsalted Butter
$900/1,000kg

Enough bulk?

Edited By: centurion01 on Oct 11, 2016 19:01
#2
Remember butter wont last aslong as say a burger u can freeze and 10kg is quite a lot to use
#3
wow butter. I remember going to my mum's friends house, she had a little boy who use to snack on butter!!. every time my mum used to go my teeth used to cringe
#4
You will be cheaper with a marg' spread unless you're selling posh burgers. :)
#5
If it's for burgers that you're selling I wouldn't bother with butter. If your burgers are juicy enough they won't need buttering. Think of famous burger places they don't butter there burger buns do they
#6
centurion01
Unsalted Butter
$900/1,000kg

Enough bulk?


​bit too much bulk lol around 10 kg a go would do
#7
howarth3
If it's for burgers that you're selling I wouldn't bother with butter. If your burgers are juicy enough they won't need buttering. Think of famous burger places they don't butter there burger buns do they


​nothing do with burgers for making normal dinners mainly in curries and occasionally bread on a pan which u can't use magazines for a as they stick or that fake butter willow we also use olive oil but it tastes better with butter so probably use around 3 or 4kgs in a week
#8
muddassarsardar
howarth3
If it's for burgers that you're selling I wouldn't bother with butter. If your burgers are juicy enough they won't need buttering. Think of famous burger places they don't butter there burger buns do they


​nothing do with burgers for making normal dinners mainly in curries and occasionally bread on a pan which u can't use magazines for a as they stick or that fake butter willow we also use olive oil but it tastes better with butter so probably use around 3 or 4kgs in a week


​*margarine

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