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[Amazon Canada] Warm, Add-on/filler item - KRAFT Natural Peanut Butter 750G - $2.97

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I dump mine out into a margarine container.

It makes it a lot easier to keep it mixed.

Thanks OP, btw.
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Just don't refrigerate it. Doesn't need to be refrigerated
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fightbriz wrote:
Jan 12th, 2018 4:24 pm
Just don't refrigerate it. Doesn't need to be refrigerated
Aside from it saying on the jar to refrigerate after opening?
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mochachicka wrote:
Jan 12th, 2018 10:41 am
Before the jar is opened I usually store it in the pantry upside down so that the oil moves to the bottom of the container. Once it's opened, I stir it so the oil mixes in and then put it in the fridge so that it's easier to spread every time I use it. It's still not as easily spreadable as the regular kind, but we make do.
Thanks for the tip!
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mochachicka wrote:
Jan 12th, 2018 10:41 am
Before the jar is opened I usually store it in the pantry upside down so that the oil moves to the bottom of the container. Once it's opened, I stir it so the oil mixes in and then put it in the fridge so that it's easier to spread every time I use it. It's still not as easily spreadable as the regular kind, but we make do.
If you have several, everytime you take one out flip them all again so that they're back right side up, etc. non- stop. The crappiest thing about natural peanut butter is the mixing, but this alleviates it somewhat.
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MandomRix wrote:
Jan 12th, 2018 3:15 pm
Even natural Jiff has sugar added:

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That's why the word natural in marketing useless and misleading. Natural peanut butter should contain nothing but 100% ground peanuts.
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bug wrote:
Jan 11th, 2018 1:29 pm
Whenever Kraft peanut butter is on sale around here the All Natural variety is usually included in the sale. $2.88 last week at Maxi stores in Quebec.
I usually pass up on $3, I would even pass up on $2.88. I find PC (President Choice) peanut butter @ $3.50 uses better quality peanuts and has a thicker consistency when mixed vs. Kraft (too runny even refrigerated due to more oily peanuts.)
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Eldorado wrote:
Jan 12th, 2018 4:39 pm
Aside from it saying on the jar to refrigerate after opening?
Notwithstanding that Kraft Legal makes them put that statement on the j, you don't need to refrigerate peanut butter after opening.
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Eldorado wrote:
Jan 12th, 2018 4:39 pm
Aside from it saying on the jar to refrigerate after opening?
Read it again. It doesn't say refrigeration is mandatory, it says for best taste or something like that. Look at soy sauce, it says to refrigerate but usually people don't refrigerate because you don't have to. Same with butter, they say to refrigerate but it's possible to not refrigerate.

Go to bulk barn, you'll see large tubs of peanut butter completely unrefrigerated.

It's like those guidelines to cook meat to a certain temperature... Those guidelines are wayyy above what the meat really needs to be cooked to. They're there to make sure food is 100% safe all the time (and also grossly overcooked)
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KMKM wrote:
Jan 12th, 2018 4:53 pm
That's why the word natural in marketing useless and misleading. Natural peanut butter should contain nothing but 100% ground peanuts.
Natural is useless, but natural doesn't mean 100% peanuts. 100% peanuts is 100% peanuts. Natural can mean "combination of natural peanuts, natural sugar, natural palm oil"

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