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PEANUT BUTTER

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most definitely JIF!

Jif Creamy!

I love the Jif Natural too. Yummy.

Trying the Simply Jif and Jif Crunchy these days too.

Another one I tried recently was Trader Joes unsalted creamy, although i hate having to refrigerate peanut butter. Thought i'd give the whole foods peanut butter a try.

Every time I try skippy, meh. Doesn't match up to Jif.

The walmart and target brands are ok but in truth JIF reigns supreme and has something going on with it that just rocks. I am even split between the natural and the regular creamy depending on my mood.

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I like Reeses and Peter Pan Chunky sometimes but as a whole I prefer Smuckers Natural peanut butter with honey or Smuckers natural chunky peanut butter.

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JIF chunky/crunchy...(is there such a thing as bad peanut butter?)

Dropped all the good stuff except for a buffet 1 or 2x a week and lost 20 lbs. and my cholesterol returned to normal range without meds.

Gotten away from PB lately. Used to do the English muffin with PB/strawberry jelly every morning. No longer.

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PB is one of the best things for you. Its a MUFA.

I did not know Smuckers made PB. I will have to scope that out.

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Its a MUFA.

Please translate.

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PB is one of the best things for you. Its a MUFA.

I did not know Smuckers made PB. I will have to scope that out.

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It is quite good for yo so long as you go for the PB that doesn't use hydrogenated oils and HF corn syrup, and go for jelly/jam/preserves/etc. that uses natral sweeteners and/or sugar.

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Please translate.

monounsaturated fat, like olive oil.

google flatbelly diet.

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Hmmm...I haven't bought or eaten peanut butter (other than the occasional candy bar) in over 20 years. Haven't eaten it on a sandwich since high school.... I guess it's because I don't have kids.

Strange...I saw this thread and thought..peanut butter..when were you last in my life? Long time..

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I usually get Skippy creamy because that's what I grew up on, but I also like Peter Pan. I've never really had Jif though.

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Simply Jif is the finest peanut butter I've tasted, and it is all good stuff in it.

The neighbor's dog loves it, too!

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I get pure, crunchy peanut butter from the Overwaitea bulk section. No sugar, no added oil, just peanut. I've found the ones with added sugar and oil to be just plain nasty.

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Cashew Butter FTW.

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I usually get Skippy creamy because that's what I grew up on, but I also like Peter Pan. I've never really had Jif though.

I grew up on Skippy, and its pretty much the best... I flip back and forth between crunchy and smooth... but I really like the honey nut roasted one. Reeses is also good for a change up... but its very sweet, like candy. Jif is OK... but just don't thrill me. Peter Pan I had once in my life and got caught up in the E. Coli food poisoning deal and was sick for three days... and its wasn't that great.

Best thing to do with peanut butter... PB and Honey sandwiches. Or eaten right from the jar.

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Cashew Butter FTW.

Nutella hazelnut cocoa spread is good. but i think its more sugan than nut butter.

never had cashew butter. i hear almond butter is good. is there walnut butter? walnuts i could really enjoy all day.

I just had a PB hit a couple hours ago. Need to go get another!

Mouth watering for some jif natural.......

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nutella?

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Mmm....nutella. Haven't had any in a while, I used to buy it to spread on English muffins at breakfast. Delicious stuff

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nutella?

When we lived in Italy for a few years when I was in grade school, Nutella was in every kitchen's cupboard.

I loved it. Now, it probably tastes too rich for my blander taste buds. It was delicious, as I recall.

We would put it on pieces of toasted, fresh-from-the-bakery bread rolls. Damn, Italy and food...

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nutella is a hazelnut cocoa butter that tastes like chocolate pudding with a hint of nut.

target even has it, its the cheapest there.

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When we lived in Italy for a few years when I was in grade school, Nutella was in every kitchen's cupboard.

I loved it. Now, it probably tastes too rich for my blander taste buds. It was delicious, as I recall.

We would put it on pieces of toasted, fresh-from-the-bakery bread rolls. Damn, Italy and food...

Yep, we always had a jar of Nutella when I was in Italy too. It's amazing how common that stuff is over in Europe, but here you hardly ever hear of it. I don't think Europeans really eat much peanut butter.

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picked up a jar of Jif creamy + honey tonight. will give it a go soon. wally world also had a brand i hadn't seen before, and a nutella contender.

peanut butter and co.

http://www.ilovepeanutbutter.com/

well they actually have several different kinds of peanut butter. the one i saw was a PB / dark chocolate mix.

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Velvet PB is awesome but I think it might be local?

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