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So here I am at Walmart about to push this grocery cart all the way to the back of the store to get some I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter spread.
Wait; let me back up and give you some context.
Butter was the devil when I was a child.
Margarine was the devil when I was in college.
After that, anyone who tried to talk to me about butter or margarine was the devil.
I’ll make my own decision about the evil that lurks within. (After a chat with the doctor and some research on nutrition, right-o?)
Do I use butter ? Heck yeah.
How about margarine? Sometimes.
What about the new “spreads”? Mais oui, most of the time.
All these devilish forms and devilish shapes….it’s just so confusing!
Basically, my doc tells me that it’s a hero product if it has zero grams of trans fat, no cholesterol and is low in saturated fat.
So if those are the stats, I proclaim it…edible.
So, back to my shopping trip at Walmart. For the hero spread: ICBINB. In the back of the store.
Do you shop at Walmart?
I don’t go there every week because it’s nightmarishly busy, but when I’m on my monthly stock up of staple products, I’ll go there to get the best bang for my buck.
And so it was that I found myself at Walmart for a tub o’ spread. I tend to alternate between I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter and Country Crock (based on what’s on sale and whether I have a coupon).
Also, there’s this new trend where we’re all figuring out we can cook with spreads instead of butter and get good results, and I’m totally on board with that.
I’ll fix a recipe for ya later…
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Are you a best bang for your buck so I shop at Walmart shopper like me?
This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Unilever. All stories, ramblings, opinions and thus and thus are my own.