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    Powdered Peanut Butter

    Not sure how I feel about this.....?...LOL

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    my kids use the heck out of powdered peanut butter. I like good old fashioned peanut butter, the kind that needs stirring about every time it's used.
    so the definition of a criminal is someone who breaks the law and you want me to believe that somehow more laws make less criminals?

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    Yeah....ditto....have some on my muffin before going the gym....
    But powdered?
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    I have had the powdered before. It is pretty good. I like mixing it in apple cinnamon oatmeal when camping. Pretty good stuff.
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    So, you are saying it "Nate an the Nots" approved?
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    powderd peanut butter is awesome i cook with it alot.
    great for camping or to in your bob/ghb. just add water, i give it 2thumbs up
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    I have used the PB2 peanut butter and the chocolate version. They are pretty good, but good ole Jiff tastes much better.
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    Shelf life?
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    I am seriously behind the times, I never heard of this stuff!

    Where do you purchase it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by kyratshooter View Post
    I am seriously behind the times, I never heard of this stuff!

    Where do you purchase it?
    I hadn't heard of it either.....Neither has DW....and she knows everything (maybe a bad choice of words?)
    Asked her to look for it at our super market.....?
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    Quote Originally Posted by kyratshooter View Post
    I am seriously behind the times, I never heard of this stuff!

    Where do you purchase it?
    Quote Originally Posted by hunter63 View Post
    I hadn't heard of it either.....Neither has DW....and she knows everything (maybe a bad choice of words?)
    Asked her to look for it at our super market.....?
    I've seen it in all of the grocery stores I shop in (Publix, Walmart, Commissary)
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    I had a jar of powdered peanut butter once. I found it in the back of the pantry. Turns out it was about ten years old. Didn't start out that way. Didn't start out that color either.

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    nothing worse than a reeces peanut butter cup that is all dried out
    so the definition of a criminal is someone who breaks the law and you want me to believe that somehow more laws make less criminals?

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    .....from the pocket of your hunting coat...from 2 or 3 years ago........LOL
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    I use powdered peanut butter! While I will agree it is not as good as a jar of Jif, it is edible and light weight. I carry it in my go bag because it is so lightweight. I also like to add it to smoothies and shakes for a little added protein.
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    The biggest pluses for the powdered peanut butter IMO are shelf life, ease of use, very low fat content, high in protein to calorie ratio.
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    My local grocery store (Redner's) has Jif brand PB powder in a resealable pouch. $4.98

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    I think the Walmart item in the link is in a smaller bag, to make you think it's less expensive.
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    Kroger, Wal Mart, REI, and Bass Pro used to carry it. Of course there is always online options. Add water to it and dipping banana chips in it is awesome for hiking.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pete lynch View Post
    My local grocery store (Redner's) has Jif brand PB powder in a resealable pouch. $4.98

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    I think the Walmart item in the link is in a smaller bag, to make you think it's less expensive.
    Momma went shopping today and came home with pouch of Jiff....so I guess we will see......said she had to look for it....LOL( That means I got told about it)
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    Shelf life?
    I've got half a dozen #10 cans in storage 25-30 year shelf life.
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