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Old 10-05-2013, 03:18 PM   #11
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Save your nuts in vacume packed bags, then make your own as needed. The same as Mynaise made with eggs..........My little brother was nick named peanut butter, seems all he ever et was the stuff straight out of the jar cause he didn't like cajun cooking.............He changed his mind once he went on his own and found out that peanut butter and bread was just enough to keep you alive.............
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At my plant we put nitrogen in the jar when the lid is put on...that keeps the butter fresher longer. So if any of you want your peanut butter to last longer, buy Algood peanut butter :-).
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At my plant we put nitrogen in the jar when the lid is put on...that keeps the butter fresher longer. So if any of you want your peanut butter to last longer, buy Algood peanut butter :-).
Nothing last forever, except the atom................Can you say reborn. You will be food for the next generation...........The water the Dinosars drank millions of years ago is the same water you drink today........lol.........filtered down...........
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Havasu- left for a VERY long time, oil rises to the top. Inverting helps defeat that. Really, just mix any standing oil back in to the PB.
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At my plant we put nitrogen in the jar when the lid is put on...that keeps the butter fresher longer. So if any of you want your peanut butter to last longer, buy Algood peanut butter :-).
This is true of any food- Argon is an inert gas and bottling/canning using it to remove oxygen from the contents will extend its shelf life significantly. When racking and bottling wine I have used argon as well and the vintner says it is to reduce oxygenation.
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Fact, supposedly: all the peanut butter Americans eat annually would fill the grand canyon. Jelly would overfill it, and bread, ahh nevermind.
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peanut butter has lots of vitamins, and minerals in it, and seems to last forever. In a crisis, you could always barter it for something else. I'd stock up on it for sure if you get it free.
Then again... there's always someone with a peanut butter allergy.

Man does not live by bread alone... I'm good.
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Then again... there's always someone with a peanut butter allergy.

Man does not live by bread alone... I'm good.
Think positively. people with peanut allergies will die, thereby eliminating them from those depleting your resources in SHTF!
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You guys are forgetting the most important thing.... Peanut Butter works as bait for like 99.9% of things on the planet, from ants to bears, throw some PB in front of that claymore and eat what shows up.
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You guys are forgetting the most important thing.... Peanut Butter works as bait for like 99.9% of things on the planet, from ants to bears, throw some PB in front of that claymore and eat what shows up.
I would hope for the bear more than the ant.
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