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What's the best kind of peanut butter?


Question Posted Sunday October 12 2003, 2:06 pm

What's the best kind of peanut butter?

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chaos answered Thursday November 6 2003, 3:18 pm:
After swearing off peanut butter and jelly sandwhiches for years, I have discovered Smucker's natural peanut butter. It has two ingredients: peanuts and salt. No sugar. You do have to stir it up the first time and refridgerate it, but it tastes so good. I pair it with Polaner All-fruit and Pepperidge Farm Crunchy Grain Bread. I call it my stuck up peanut butter and jelly sandwhich.

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neonfizz answered Saturday October 25 2003, 4:17 am:
Adam's creamy. I love it. At least...I think it's Adam, whatever one ha the squirrel on it.

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downwithhydrogen answered Friday October 17 2003, 1:41 am:
I'm a big fan of JIF. Then again, it's the only kind they sell at Decaf. It has my stamp of approval, though.

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snarfism answered Friday October 17 2003, 12:49 am:
If you want crunchy, skippy's the best, but creamy, eh, they all taste kind of the same.

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dolphinlover answered Monday October 13 2003, 12:23 pm:
Most generic store brands taste just as good as the brand names, so the big decision would be up to you. Chunky or creamy? It's a decision the world has always pondered. Some people say creamy is easier to spread on sandwiches, but others counter that creamy lacks the texture of chunky. For cookies, it won't really matter at all what type you get.

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Valdis answered Sunday October 12 2003, 9:27 pm:
I prefer the Skippy brand, it's the one i grew up with. i like chunky more than creamy but my brother and sister rule the grocery shopping so we always have to get creamy. but yes chunky Skippy, good stuff.

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chocolatenutbar answered Sunday October 12 2003, 9:13 pm:
Peter Pan crunch peanut butter. Yum.

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spacefem answered Sunday October 12 2003, 2:06 pm:
Peter Pan, either creamy or crunchy. Personally, I buy both. JIF is good too, but a bit pricier, I'm not sure why. Either way you're a winner, alright?

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