Crunchy, creamy, hue of wood.
Salty, spready, really good.
Mash those peanuts to a paste.
Smear it on – enjoy the taste!
Peanut butter is really good. Not exactly really good for you, though.
So you’ll find certain brands sold with certain key factors reduced or removed to mitigate the guilt – sodium free, sugar free, even fat free.
Until a couple days ago, however, I would not have expected to encounter an utterly, indigestibly calorie free peanut butter.
There’s something mildly creepy about the notion of eating something as rich as peanut butter (or an approximation thereof) that’s so dietarily insubstantial that your body doesn’t derive any energy from it. I mean, it’s technically not even food at that point. (>^-‘)>
…O.K., yeah, I’d probably try it, though.
I see jars of assorted bread toppings by that brand in our grocery store’s reduced section almost every week.
Ah, but have you tried them? (>^-‘)>
I regret to inform you that I have not. I generally prefer my food with calories.
A commendable preference. (>^-‘)>
No one will be able to convince me there are actual peanuts in that stuff.
It is rather dubious, isn’t it? (>^-‘)>
Even more dubious is that the second ingredient listed is vegetable fibre, but the fibre content is 0%. I trust absolutely nothing on that label, least of all the allergy warning that it contains peanuts ;-)
Ha! I didn’t even catch that one. I’m not convinced the manufacturer even knows what’s really in this substance. I bet it’d do for a laxative, though (or maybe the opposite if you overindulge).