Soft butter goodness is now a reality with this ButterUp knife

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Recall eating a humble toast distastefully with lumps of cold butter spoiling the whole experience. The fridge cold butter is a turn off in the true sense for so many of us. We have some great news, torn and weird looking lumpy bread may soon be a thing of the past.

Thanks to the ButterUp knife, an invention from Down Under. This innovative butter knife has an inbuilt grater that changes the texture of butter to soft before you spread it.

Imagine a world where anguished and torn bread seizes to exist !

The early morning torment of having to spread cold butter on a piece of bread will soon become a thing of the past, thanks to this newly-designed butter knife. Most of us thought that inventions in cutlery had already busted its seams. The ButterUp knife has proven that perfection is an ongoing goal for some. It offers us a simple pleasure of enjoying butter straight from the fridge.

The unique grater ensures that the butter is aerated and soft.  Soft butter also implies that you need less of it. There are no sharp edges and it is completely child safe. Since it has a broad blade spreading is extremely easy and quick.

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The ButterUp is available in a classic polished and a modern satin finish. And don’t worry about cleaning, since it is made out of stainless steel, just throw it in the dishwasher. The knife cum grater has a row of holes on the non-serrated edge. Once you run the edge on the slab of butter, the ribbons of buttery goodness will take your breath away. Now just flip the knife and go on with your buttering ritual.

Shockingly, this crowd funding campaign on Kickstarter managed to collect way over its target. Orders are being accepted at $11 and a lucky few can hope to get it by Christmas or New Year, the rest by March.

This flatware evolution is sure to change the buttery scenes in all our kitchens.

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Bon vivant, writer extraordinaire.

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