Anyone tried this?
Interesting the reviews on Amazon are that it is much better tasting than Green Pastures. We don't find the taste of Green Pastures butter oil all that pleasant.
I looked at the link to this product, and was shocked when I saw the label. The photo of the cows is actually from Samish Bay Cheese (taken about 9 years ago), located in Bow, WA. This is definitely not their product.
If the company feels it is okay to use a photo of someone else's farm, then I would be leery of what else they are advertising. Just my opinion, though!
I'm curious (not picking on you) - what is the logic behind using butter oil as opposed to good grassfed butter? It's easy enough to clarify butter yourself to get the milk solids out, if lactose intolerance or a milk allergy is the problem.
i ordered nutrapro bo from their site, same product amazon sells. i have nothing to compare it to as this is the first bo ive ever seen or tried. the taste is good, a lot like ghee. im not impressed though, so i wont order again. just seems like overpriced ghee to me.
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