Would you eat Bog Butter?


"Bog butter" refers to an ancient waxy substance found buried in peat bogs, particularly in Ireland and Great Britain. Likely an old method of making and preserving butter, some tested lumps of bog butter were made of dairy products while others were meat-based.





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  • Sure, the video said it's just regular butter. It was only stored in a bog because refrigeration wasn't invented and they had to keep it cold somehow.

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  • ๐Ÿ˜ thatโ€™s not what I expected to see when I opened this

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  • I don't judge without tasting. There is many foods people judge by looks and 56% they were wrong.

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  • Yeah I'd have it, probably not that one but if they tried it again now I would

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  • I believe @Swolecook uses that to fry thousand year eggs in...

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  • Nope, though there's probably stuff that old in my Mom's refrigerator...

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  • Sure. THAT particular specimen, probably not.

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  • Probably not lol

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  • Sounds a gross

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  • Nope.

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  • No, but I'd eat your ass

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  • Yeah, but not ancient stuff

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  • Nope, but I've heard of it

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  • I would eat bog butter

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  • Umm... Eww. ๐Ÿ˜

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  • Bizarre, in vego at the moment, so I will pass.

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  • Uhhh no

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