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Thread: Peanut Butter Quandary

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    Super Member Olivia's Grammy's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by QuiltMania
    Try powdered peanut butter if you want to keep some emergency pb on hand. I have some called PB2 (you can find it online). All you have to do is add some liquid to it. As a plus, it has most of the fat removed so it is healthier for you. It tastes good too.
    I use this too. I started using it when I was on WW. I really like it with a little jelly on toast or an English Muffin. Think that's what I'll have for breakfast. The company is here in GA.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BellaBoo
    It's so easy to make peanut butter when you need it too! and so much cheaper. I keep a big bag of shelled peanuts in the freezer. In a small food processor, grind peanuts and add a little salt. My kids use to grind peanuts for peanut butter for each sandwich. It's fast and tastes so much better. For jelly they mashed some berries. Simply delicious.
    We use to have a peanut butter maker but it wore out. I never thought about using my food processor. Why do you keep the peanuts in the freezer? Is it so they won't get rancid? DH wants to know if you parch the peanuts first?

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    Quote Originally Posted by QBeth
    Quote Originally Posted by samroberts01
    Expiration date? Hmmm.... oh yeah. Nov 2008. Again, hmmm.

    Rancidification? Too big a word for a Friday.

    "rancidification typically sets in about nine to 12 months after purchase, hence the “Best If Used By” that appears on the container." Oh oh! Anyone have a stomach pump handy?

    Recalculate.... lunch = bagel with rancid PB plus an orange. Will the healthy orange win over the rancid PB? (Forget about the bagel.)

    I'm not online during the weekend, so don't worry if I'm silent. I hope. :) :-D :D
    2008??? It didn't have legs or move around on your desk? Picturing the Jif peanut butter man (like the Stay-puff guy from Ghostbusters) terrorizing your office...lol

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