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Is it possible to omit the salt so as to produce unsalted vegan butter? I try not to use salted fats in baking.
Reviewed by gatoscuro February 29, 2012

Is it possible to omit the salt so as to produce unsalted vegan butter? I try not to use salted fats in baking.

Owner's reply

Hi gatoscuro, It's totally possible to omit the salt. The salt does play a minor role in curdling the protein (along with the acetic acid) in the soy milk but you should still be able to produce a quality butter. I designed these Vegan Butter recipes to be pretty low salt because I wanted it to taste like butter as opposed to the over salted margarine monstrosities that clutter the market. I also wanted this to be as close to a salted regular butter as much as possible, which doesn't have mush salt. Good luck!

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