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A lot of trouble.

8/3/2015 by RockRron

The concept is good needs to be designed so that it can be
cleaned more easy. To many pieces to clean making it a
chore just to clean it. Only works AFTER the butter warms up thus not a friendly device if you are in a hurry.


Good idea, but doesn't work

7/23/2015 by Katherine

It's a good idea but it doesn't work the way that it is advertised.


Very hard to turn

6/29/2015 by Kathleen

It is a great idea, and I love the results. However, it is so hard to turn that I avoid using it.


Butter not mill

6/28/2015 by Gary

This product doesn't turn smoothly comes apart real easy if you are not careful, gets hard to hold and turn , good idea product needs some of the bugs worked out.


I don't recommend it

5/19/2015 by Heidi

I am very disappointed. First of all, it's difficult to assemble and the instructions don't make it any easier. And then it only takes a half stick of butter so it isn't long before it needs refilling, which is where I'm at right now. Remembering the assembly process, I'm not too eager to try to disassemble the thing, wash it, fill it and then tackle the process again. I am not sure that the benefits are that great! I would prefer to return the whole thing for credit!
Heidi Hildreth


Works sometimes

5/19/2015 by Terrance

Make sure your using it for warm toast otherwise you might as well not use it


forget it

5/19/2015 by john

Totally useless gadget. Looks good but it is not.


Not impressed

5/19/2015 by Robert

doesn't work well-difficult to fill


Doesn't work

9/14/2015 by Sandra

As someone who studied industrial design I know it is hard to make a good product. I found this item far below acceptable standard. It requires far too much work to get even a small amount of butter. This is due to the fact the screw mechanism threads are far too fine and the device lacks adaquate hand holds and surfaces that allow you to get a firm enough grip. In addition, I could only get about 1/4 of a stick of butter out using the device which holds a whole stick before the device jammed. I really wanted this product to work. it needs a lot more refinement and testing before releasing it into the marketplace. It is a good idea badly executed.


Not anything like I expected

9/12/2015 by Susan

Made for European butter sticks, not regular quarter pound sticks. Inventor says to cut the regular sticks in two and load them in horizontally. After creating a buttery mess, I (and others on at found out that the cut quarters are too long for the mill. I took them out again, trimmed off the ends, but had a hard time getting the Mill back together. It's going back, especially since the butter "squiggles" that came out weren't soft enough for homemade bread. Not ready for primetime, I'm afraid.

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Cooks Innovations - Butter Mill & Fridge Monkey

Smooth Spreading

How often have you tried—unsuccessfully—to spread cold butter on bread or a muffin?

The Butter Mill is an innovative (perhaps magical?) device that turns cold butter into a soft spread. Simply twist it and the butter is pushed through the stainless steel grater into super fine strands. With all that extra surface area, the butter is spreadable almost instantly. When you’re done, store the Butter Mill in the fridge until the next time you need it.

From Cooks Innovations, the Butter Mill is just one of their gadgets designed to make everyday life easier in the kitchen. Another of our favorites
is the Fridge Monkey. This flexible rubber mat maximizes space in your fridge by stacking bottles and cans. Inspired by the device that reportedly held cannon balls neatly and safely on ships, the Fridge Monkey has just the right amount of give to let cans sit in the cavities rather than roll out over the lip. Stack up to ten cans in a space that would normally fit four. It works for wine bottles, too.

With these handy kitchen helpers, your butter and beverages become even easier to enjoy.
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