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Jif Dark Roast Creamy Peanut Butter, 1 kg, as low as $2.84 w/ S&S + coupon

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DealsHunterCo wrote: I've never really tried S&S, how does it work? If I select S&S first but then cancel it later, what happens? Does the discount get removed?
You get free shipping on S&S. For most items, there is 5% off for 1-4 "products", and 15% off for 5+ (It's actually by orders. So you can order same product a second time, and it'll count towards that. But if it had a minimum quantity of 2+, that still only counts as one "product". You'd have to do 2x 2 to count as 2 orders). I always choose 6 months for the next delivery, so that gives me plenty of time to cancel the next shipment.
You can modify or change it up to about a week before the shipping date (they'll email remind you about 10 days or so before).

The current price is ONLY for the first order! It can go up (or down) by the time of your next shipment. And any coupons or other discounts from the first order will NOT carry over. You will also need to have 5+ orders to get 15% off again. (Amazon used to change the prices even on the first shipment, I used to have to complain to get a refund. I don't believe they do that anymore.)



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Mar 16, 2013
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I go through Kirkland natural peanut butter like it's going out of style. Peanut butter sandwich on some Sunmaid raisin bread, delecious.

I've never tried this stuff, ill give it a shot. It will be nice to have when I'm feeling my sweet tooth!
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Only got 5% discount with subscribed but still a great deal
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iverge wrote: From ingredients list: ... Sugar, Peanut Oil, Hydrogenated Vegetable Oil, Salt, Mono and Diglycerides, Cooking Molasses, Vegetable Oil...

NOPE. NOPE. NOPE.
The trans fat is the worst.
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Every time I order PB from Amazon, it comes with a cracked container. 3 in a row!
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Some of those come in two pack boxes ready to ship.
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Keep getting shipping price when ordering S&S.

Can't find to get free shipping like before...
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DARSHAKJUST4U wrote: But then is it unethical to sign up for it just to get the initial discount and then cancel it?
What ethical breach is there? Using their subscribe & save offer as they designed it, by cancelling it whenever I want? If it's still cheap, I might keep buying.
But sorry, I should confess now I also didn't stay on Tidal past the free month trial because of any moral obligation either.



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Dec 15, 2019
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thanks in for one. good time to try this one out
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DeltaSingh wrote: When did RFD get so many keyboard doctors and dieticians?

Was there a sale on cereal boxes with certificates?
Lmao right?! Between the crazy diet metabolic quackery (exercise cancels out any diet choices!) and bad chemistry (adding other vegetable fats to emulsify peanut butter turns it into peanut butter icing!), this thread sounds like an episode of Joe Rogan Experience. Having a little sugar or coconut oil in your PB doesn't turn it into toxic waste folks, relax.

Question for my fellow PB aficionados, do you refrigerate your natural PB? I hate how dried out my Kirkland Natural gets in the fridge and how much effort needs to be put in to keeping in mixed up, but I also don't want to end up with a moldy jar if I don't eat it quick enough...
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Right i would eat more natural pb if it wouldn’t come with the oil separate. I’m weak af if it takes me a good 10 mins to mix it well lol
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ownthesky wrote: Lmao right?! Between the crazy diet metabolic quackery (exercise cancels out any diet choices!) and bad chemistry (adding other vegetable fats to emulsify peanut butter turns it into peanut butter icing!), this thread sounds like an episode of Joe Rogan Experience. Having a little sugar or coconut oil in your PB doesn't turn it into toxic waste folks, relax.

Question for my fellow PB aficionados, do you refrigerate your natural PB? I hate how dried out my Kirkland Natural gets in the fridge and how much effort needs to be put in to keeping in mixed up, but I also don't want to end up with a moldy jar if I don't eat it quick enough...
It turns to cement even if it’s not in the fridge. It’s why I gave up on it. No issue with mould though, even after months.
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Batmon wrote: Right i would eat more natural pb if it wouldn’t come with the oil separate. I’m weak af if it takes me a good 10 mins to mix it well lol
Store the jar upside down and shake it around 20 seconds before opening. No need to stir at all.
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Kishnabe wrote: Keep getting shipping price when ordering S&S.

Can't find to get free shipping like before...
Try reactivating a cancelled s&s, order the PB, then recancel.
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Or mix it with your electric mixer with only one beater attached (hold onto the jar!). Super easy, and no forearm cramping!
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Batmon wrote: Right i would eat more natural pb if it wouldn’t come with the oil separate. I’m weak af if it takes me a good 10 mins to mix it well lol
Best trick Ive learned... Use an electronic hand mixer with 1 beater... It's magic.
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DylanL wrote: I go through Kirkland natural peanut butter like it's going out of style. Peanut butter sandwich on some Sunmaid raisin bread, delecious.

I've never tried this stuff, ill give it a shot. It will be nice to have when I'm feeling my sweet tooth!
Doesn't the Kirkland natural do what all natural pb do which is separate with thick oil on top and then you have to stir it back in?
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Nov 16, 2012
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Store the kirkland natural peanut butter upside down prior to opening it. Make sure all the oil sets to the bottom of the jar.
Open the jar and skim off some of the thick peanut butter, just a couple table spoons.
Put the lid back on and store it on its side, this will create a bubble of oil on the side.
Open the jar and mix the entire jar up. Store back in fridge upside down.

This has worked for me for years, the oil no longer separates and there is no need to mix it up again.

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