Since butter is made of cream, do some people put butter in their coffee instead of cream?

Since butter is made of cream, do some people put butter in their coffee instead of cream?

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  1. Yes butter is a cream, of course. But Butter is A different type of cream, that is more dense and of course when melted it turns oil like. Not most creams do. So butter is for say things like Toast Bread, And things that are dry and need a little moist filling, Therefore adding butter to your coffee isn’t the best choice because it will eventually sink to the bottom as for Normal cream for coffee will not it will float above and give the coffee a companion. So Butter for your Waffle, Cream for your coffee, I’d use light cream

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  2. Yes indeed Butter is made from cream, but in the dairy industry, we call this reverse of phase.
    Butter is called water in the fat emulsion, whereas cream is the other way around, it is called fat in water emulsion.
    Translated in a layman’s language: Butter will not mix with predominant water phase of the coffee, the butter will turn into oil, and float on the surface.
    Whereas when we add cream in coffee, it fat will blend with the water of the coffee very well, and give a delightful beverage.
    Translated in straightforward terms, most of the people would not like oil layer floating on their coffee. Coffee made with cream to most of us is an enjoyable experience.
    However, if putting butter in coffee floats your boat, then no one can stop you, it is your personal preference.
    Also, please note butter is 80 percent fat, and coffee cream is only may be 5 to 10 percent fat.
    Coffee laced with butter and excess drinking could be a big gain in weight also.

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  3. Indeed they do. Many people on a ketogenic diet will do this. It is called “bulletproof coffee.” The high fat content makes it so that a morning cup of coffee can be as filling as a meal without adding as many calories as eating an actual breakfast would. It is said to increase focus and decrease swings in blood sugar before you are able to eat lunch, giving you a steady supply of energy throughout the morning or whenever you need a boost. My boyfriend often does this.

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  4. Yes, some people enjoy butter in their coffee. But it should be unsalted butter, from grass-fed cows and you can’t just plop it in and stir it like cream or milk. It must be incorporated with a blender in order to create micelles, which are droplets of suspended fat which actually help your body digest fats better. Try searching for “butter coffee” and/or “ketogenic coffee” for some specifics.

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  5. A slab of butter in black coffee was traditionally a treat in Singapore. People don’t really drink it anymore, but when most people were poor in the past, it was seen as a status symbol, something you could afford, rather than for its flavour.

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