do ya like it chunky, or smooth and do ya mind if there's partially hydrogenated oils in it or do ya really give a damn 'cause we're all gonna die anyway.
Am I getting closer to what forum hubbers want to think and chat about? I'm trying..
Jesus! When I post questions with no social or cultural obligation or value, I get dozens of well thought out serious comments....'cept about partially hydrogenated poison.
I guess if I'm gonna get accepted in the forum "hubbers" "cliche", I'm gonna have to keep my questions slightly on the more acceptable variations of sensual joy and pleasure...i.e. food, sex, animal love, tv shows, movies...you know, the more interesting and important facets of normal life and living ...right? No more serious questions from me. I love the thoughtful reponses of thoughtful hubbers...I sure do! lolol...I now feel like I BELONG! Goods bumps galore!!!
Vegemite, unless your Australian , noone understands this 'Wunder-food'
Definitely home made peanut butter-you can make is quite easily and add as much or as little as you want.
I make my own peanut butter. That's the best cause it tastes just exactly how I like it, it's always fresh, and there is no crap in it. I make my own jelly too . In fact, we have some awesome Rhode Island Reds, so I always have fresh eggs and come to think of it we eat a lot of fresh food around my place because I love to garden. Heck, I even make my own yogurt.
I don't like peanut butter- it's too salty- haven't tried since I was a kid - for some reason Your memory tell you not to have it so I don't.
Smuckers all-natural creamy - it took a long time for me to be convinced to switch to the natural peanut butter, but since I did I hate the processed junk!
by qwark 11 years ago
Metabolic Poisons:What's Wrong with Partially Hydrogenated Oils?Hydrogenation is the process of heating an oil and passing hydrogen bubbles through it. The fatty acids in the oil then acquire some of the hydrogen, which makes it more dense. If you fully hydrogenate, you create a solid (a fat) out...
by Paul Edmondson 10 years ago
Why are cookies baked with butter flatter than cookies made with margarine?When I bake cookies with butter they come out flatter than when I bake them with margarine. Why?
by Diane Minton 10 years ago
What are the dark specks in our Peanut Butter?Are those things bugs that got crushed in the process or what.
by chikoboy 12 years ago
I'm gonna buy a labrador, do "Caliber" dog food is good for my puppy ?
by johndetlefs 11 years ago
Why is jam called jelly in the USA? A peanut butter and jelly sandwich just sounds weird!
by theframjak 8 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.
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