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Roger Mills wrote:

>Lars Mathiesen wrote:
>>But what really weirds me out here: Eggs and shortening sold from
>>non-refrigerated shelves in shops. That's just not done in Denmark.>
>
>(From "education words" to foods.......) In Indonesia you could buy
>(Australian) butter in a can.  It kept forever, even at rather warm room
>temperature.

Ah, yes! I remember this from the Philippines too. New Zealand
also sent their rations of real butter to the Philippines in cans.
This was the only real butter you could get in the Philippines for
some time until Lurpak was imported packed in conventional wrapping.
The canned butter was more practical in the tropics, however. Lurpak
always went bad, even in the supermarket's refrigerated shelves.

-kristian- 8)