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2006/07/07 19:03:21 (permalink)

Peanut butter

went shopping today for peanut butter and i didnt know wether to buy 1 with no added sugar, Earth something or other, or just a regular one, Sun-Pat. Does it matter it has more sugars than the other, im just after the fats really for my whey protein etc
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    RE: Peanut butter 2006/07/07 19:06:02 (permalink)
    Whole Earth is about the best you can get.
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    RE: Peanut butter 2006/07/07 19:08:46 (permalink)
    the Whole Earth 1 is organic too, havent replaced the sugars with anything nasty have they, E-numbers. I'll probably get that next time, cant see this tub lasting me long.
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    RE: Peanut butter 2006/07/07 19:11:33 (permalink)
    There are two types of Whole Earth, the smaller of the pots with the red lid being the organic one and the other with either the green or brown lid just being normal, both are fine.
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    RE: Peanut butter 2006/07/07 19:12:26 (permalink)
    whole earth is fine. avoid "low fat" ones, they're full of sugar instead.

    if you want a treat and you're not cutting, you can't beat a spoonful of nutella in your cottage cheese!
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    RE: Peanut butter 2006/07/07 19:15:44 (permalink)
    OK cheers. I only saw the organic ones, put i'll keep an eye out for the others. Yeah i know not to get the reduced fat jars.
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    RE: Peanut butter 2006/07/07 19:22:49 (permalink)
    I seen peanut butter in small jars, dosen't look like it would last long. Do people just have a spoon of it, can't give much protein in a spoonful can it?

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    RE: Peanut butter 2006/07/07 19:27:23 (permalink)
    ORIGINAL: Muscle

    I seen peanut butter in small jars, dosen't look like it would last long. Do people just have a spoon of it, can't give much protein in a spoonful can it?


    It is a source of healthy fats, not really consumed for it's protein content.
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    RE: Peanut butter 2006/07/07 19:31:34 (permalink)
    Its still higher in O6 that O3 tho isn't it?

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    RE: Peanut butter 2006/07/07 19:41:00 (permalink)
    Whole Earth is highly recommended. i buy that one.

    HOWEVER, its got seasalt in it, and when i use it to make shakes, the shakes taste salty, so i cant use them.

    Was wondering if i can grind up unsalted peanuts as an alternative, or if there is something special with peanut butter... the only extra ingredient in it is palm oil. So in theory using peanuts instead should be ok.

    Ya'rekon?
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    RE: Peanut butter 2006/07/07 20:31:02 (permalink)
    Yes, more omega 6 than 3.
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