Origin of butyrin
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Oleomargarine differs from butter mainly in the fact that a smaller amount of butyrin is present.
The flavor of the fat is due to the presence of a small amount of butyrin, which is an ethereal salt of butyric acid.
- a colourless liquid ester or oil found in butter. It is formed from butyric acid and glycerine
Word Origin for butyrin
C20: from butyr (ic acid + glycer) in (e)
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