What are the dark specks in our Peanut Butter?
Are those things bugs that got crushed in the process or what.
Slight colour variations in the nuts.
They may even be the dark inner skin of the nut.
Perhaps trapped beetles etc, caught in the automatic process.
Perhaps where the peanuts have been roasted too much.
hopefully not bugs...but if it is dark colored nuts (I never noticed it in mine) then they are lowering their standards of quality nuts.
by theframjak 9 years ago
Do I need to refrigerate home-made peanut butter?I just made peanut butter with my food processor and was not sure if it needs to be refrigerated.
by Christopher Wanamaker 9 years ago
What type of bread makes the best PB&J sandwich?
by GiblinGirl 9 years ago
What do you think goes best with chocolate - mint, caramel, peanut butter, or something else? I love chocolate and peanut butter - Reese's Pieces are my favorite candy.
by johndetlefs 11 years ago
Why is jam called jelly in the USA? A peanut butter and jelly sandwich just sounds weird!
by jaydawg808 9 years ago
What's a good combination with peanut butter?I like the standard PB&J!
by deergha 9 years ago
What is the most weird food you have ever tasted?What is it?Will you again try it given an option?
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