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Question regarding Peanut Butter.

This is a discussion on Question regarding Peanut Butter. within the Food, Health and Fitness Survival forums, part of the Survivalist, Prepper, Bushcrafter, Forest Rangers category; I'm a Peter Pan man! I have, like Annie and others, used peanut butter that was well "out of date" with no ill effects....

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    I'm a Peter Pan man! I have, like Annie and others, used peanut butter that was well "out of date" with no ill effects.
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    Man cannot live by bread alone, he must have Peanut butter! --Brother Dave Gardner
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    We have a jar at my house, but even between my wife and I, a jar lasts for months. Oh, I like it, and I know we can make sandwiches on the fly. The problem for me is the bread. I'm trying to cut back on it, except for items like rye or darker breads.
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    Well, . . . I just checked my by-weekly jar of Skippy crunchy, . . . on toast with banana sandwich, . . .

    No ill effects, . . . but just in case, . . . we'll MT this jar probably by Sunday.

    Honestly, . . . if the stuff does drip off the fan blades, . . . I will run out of Skippy crunchy, and be an unhappy camper, . . . PB is truly a staple in my diet.

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    Be aware that PB manufacturers are switching to an artificial sweetener that can kill dogs.
    We have given our dogs small dabs for years but no more.
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    Peanut butter has never been good for dogs!!

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    We get the healthy stuff from Kroger. Got to stir it up yourself. Think a peanut butter and jelly foldover with a glass of milk can cure what ails a person.
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