Peanut butter can make for a damn good pie filling. Just mix a jar of it with some powdered sugar until it becomes a crumbly texture then spread it in your pie crust, top with vanilla pudding and put it in the fridge. The colder it gets, the better it tastes. I find that Reese's is the best peanut butter for that use but you may enjoy others.
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As it happens, I was recently listening to a radio interview of a dietician who was discussing the value [and authenticity] of "organic" foods. One of his particular fixations happened to be, you guessed it. His conclusion: PB is great stuff, but stick with the best organic only. [After all, consider the impact on your life expectancy.]
Peanut Butter...I need to get some of the stuff in my system on a daily basis. It's satisfying as well as nutritious. And, it pleases me to the utmost! The brand I buy when I'm in the grocery store: Jif.
Smucker's All Natural Peanut Butter all the way. I am addicted to the stuff. I personally have a hard time eating Jiffy, Peter Pan or other brands of peanut butter such as that. Tastes too much like candy, all natural tastes much more fulfilling.
Peanut butter addict here.
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I know I posted what my favorite peanut butter is. But I think I've discovered my new favorite peanut butter. It's called Naturally More. I call it Super Peanut Butter. My girlfriend calls it The Awesome Peanut Butter.
Not only does it have roasted peanuts (my fav), but the other ingredients are: Wheat Germ, Honey, Egg whites, Flax seeds and Flaxseed oil. You have to stir the hell out of it so you can eat it and it ends up with the consistency of paste. Not only does it taste great but it WILL clean out your system after you eat it, lol
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Thus you decided to reprimand him for replying to an old post by using a one-liner huh?
It doesn't matter if people reply to older posts unless of course they're trying to answer an urgent question of someone who died of old age last year. But besides those, there's no date after which posts can't be replied to.
Since this post I have tried all three flavored peanut butters mentioned in the OP. The dark chocolate is good and the cinnamon raisin well once you get used to the raisins its the best of the three.
My favorites lately are surprisingly stop and shop natures promise brand almond butter and their cashew butter. These are a much less processed nut butter so you will need to stir the jar from time to time.
Mmmm time for some almond butter on toast with honey.
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Hey Ta2zz, good to see you. I was wondering if you were still around.
The little town where I was working has a small factory that makes nut products that are all natural, with nothing added. I think they are called "Once again nut butter," or something like that. I believe that they sell their products nation wide now. So far, I find that their products are the best, but it does take a little getting used to since they don't add sugars like most of the big name companies do, and they do cost about twice as much as the big brand name products. On the other hand I attempted to make all natural almond butter the way that they make it and it turned out perfect, but I almost burned out my food processor while doing it, and after all the effort and mess I found that buying the almonds myself ended up costing the same as what that company charges for the same amount of Almond butter.
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