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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by 2HBStrat, May 23, 2021.
Hold up, y'all!
Be good if there was a Pepsi in there somewhere.
Keep it simple? Jif Natural creamy.
Don't forget the McDonald's hamburger and fries, still looking exactly the same as the day it was made.
Whatever one you’re eating
I've noticed those "voted people's choice awards" always go to the one with the most sugar. Same with " best" bbq sauce. Most any food contest, the one with the most sugar is usually the one that wins.
Beat me to it.
Not too sweet, not too salty.
I switched to almond butter about 25 years ago. Ain't going back.
I make it regularly and have never had an issue with separation in the decades I’ve been doing it. As soon as it’s at the consistency I want I transfer it from the processor to the storage container and it goes right into the fridge.
Jip (Jif) as my Grandad Terry called it. That was the only peanut butter he would use and it’s the only I use too.
WTH? You join this Forum of cranky Telecaster/guitar players and your first post is about peanut butter?! You go right over to that Welcome Wagon and introduce yourself and show us photos of your guitar!!!! Welcome, don't let that stick to the roof of your mouth.
A reminder for dog owners: make sure to check and double check your peanut butter ingredient list for xylitol; it's an artificial sweetener that can be really harmful to your pups. (I checked Jif; it's one of the good ones)
Mrs prefers creamy Jif. As with many things...I am less particular.
I favor Jif Hyper-Crunchy but I don't eat a lot of peanut butter.
I was sort of turned off PB when I was living with my brother.
He had a seemingly insatiable appetite for pb - smooth and the cheapest gallon size container on the shelf.
He used a serving spoon and would easily eat half a large jar of pb every day.
Sadly he died of leukemia after a very short illness.
I asked the docs at MD Anderson where he was treated and they said there was no way his pb consumption was related to his illness, but I have to wonder.
BTW, I have the chronic version of the leukemia he had but fortunately I am still kicking.
Clearly, TD, you are a choosy mother.
This encapsulates our current state. We ask people highly trained in the science, they respond that our hypothesis is not the case. So, we doubt them.
We contract similar disease though we have avoided thing in hypothesis, but we stick to our guns and continue to wonder.
This is our world in microcosm.
You refrigerate it after you open it and stir it. Geez!
Thank you nerds for not allowing this to devolve into the perennial "jif" versus "gaypeg" debate.
It's pronounced "gif".