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"Healthy" Spread That's Mostly Water? You Butter Believe It!

News   Aug 21, 2019 | Original story from Cornell University.

 
"Healthy" Spread That's Mostly Water? You Butter Believe It!

Using a special emulsion process, water is added to oil. When the water-to-oil ratio is 4 to 1, the oil spheres begin to deform and pack tightly against one another, resulting in a product that behaves like butter. Credit: Jason Koski/Cornell University.

 
 
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