Butterine


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butterine

(ˈbʌtəˌriːn; -rɪn)
n
(Cookery) an artificial butter made partly from milk

Butterine

Butter mixed with a little Oleomargarine to improve flavor.
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53, 54 (1922) ("[I]t was common knowledge that the purpose of the tax was to absolutely suppress the sale of colored butterine...."); Herbert F.
For example, in one issue, the precursor for margarine, called "Butterine," was discussed.
Manufacturers experimented with alternatives to butter throughout the decade, of which butterine was the most popular.