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A food paste made primarily from ground roasted peanuts

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A Quick Tip by Caprig

  • Oct 18, 2010
Being that peanuts are some of the highest offenders with molds and fungi, the best way to have peanuts is actually boiled whole, but like who is going to do THAT unless you are raised in a culture with it? ;) Almond or Cashew butter is a better alternative
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Quick Tip by . September 18, 2010
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Peanut butter should only ever be consumed if it's raw and organic. If it doesn't require going in the fridge, then it's not natural. If it's not raw, it's devoid of enzymes.
Quick Tip by . June 07, 2010
Too sticky.
Quick Tip by . January 08, 2010
Undoubtedly (like chocolate) one of the basic food groups! If you're a camper, it reaches the status of staple!
Quick Tip by . January 08, 2010
I don't like whole peanuts, but I dig peanut butter in almost everything!
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Peanut butter is a food paste made from ground dry roasted peanuts, which is sold as either "crunchy" or "smooth"/"creamy" variety. Major consumer-brand peanut butter contains hydrogenated vegetable oil to stabilise it and prevent oil separation, salt to prevent spoilage, and dextrose or other sweeteners to enhance flavour. Peanut butter marketed as natural or organic might only contain peanuts and salt.It is popular in North America and The Netherlands, where it is used mainly as a sandwichspread, and a key ingredient in the peanut butter and jelly sandwich. Peanut butter may also be added to desserts such as cakes and biscuits. The United States] and China are leading exporters of peanut butter.

In some types of gourmet peanut butter, chocolate, jelly, or other ingredients may be added. 
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