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2015/02/24 11:07:30 (permalink)
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The Best Nut Butters

So, we all know life is better with peanut butter, almond butter. Pretty much any type of nut butter.
 
Im a HUGE nut butter addict. Since getting involved with fitness and bodybuilding however i've became somewhat of a nut butter conocer.

I decided to do a series where I try as many nut butters as possible, both videos and written formats. For the regulars who "dont get the whole video thing" or don't like my videos, save yourself the time and don't click to watch the video :)
For those of you who are interested in watching however,
Watch part 1 here:

Read it here >The Ultimate Nut Butter Reviews & Taste Test Guide 

Ok so I understand not many of you guys might be in love with nut butters as much as I am.... but for those of you who are, let me know what nut butters I should try, or which one's you haven't tried, but would like to try!

I'll be making this a regular thing, and keeping the written guide updated, along with adding new videos. Let me know what nut butters you'd like to see me review in the future! If you enjoyed the video, i'd really appreciate if you could like & share it! Thanks 

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Re: The Best Nut Butters 2015/02/24 12:34:59 (permalink)
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Sunpat no added sugar is £1.29 at tesco at the moment for 340g, which i've stocked up on. For this price and the nutritional profile (it doesnt have palm oil) this is an extremely good choice in terms of value for money. 
 
Yeah sure some of others offer a much better flavour choice but they arn't available in supermarkets. Could add a quick price comparison at the end of the video to show how they differ in terms of quantity for value.
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Re: The Best Nut Butters 2015/02/24 12:37:58 (permalink)
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Sunpat no added sugar is £1.29 at tesco at the moment for 340g, which i've stocked up on. For this price and the nutritional profile (it doesnt have palm oil) this is an extremely good choice in terms of value for money. 
 
Yeah sure some of others offer a much better flavour choice but they arn't available in supermarkets. Could add a quick price comparison at the end of the video to show how they differ in terms of quantity for value.


Thanks for the feedback mate. I'll look to add a price comparison on future videos on the webpage.
 
Good idea! 
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Re: The Best Nut Butters 2015/02/24 12:45:44 (permalink)
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Re: The Best Nut Butters 2015/02/24 12:51:28 (permalink)
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Cheers King.  I can't watch videos at work but will check it out when I get home.  Good idea by the way.

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Re: The Best Nut Butters 2015/02/25 08:58:54 (permalink)
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Aw man i've seen this but never tried it! Will add it to the list.
 
How does it taste compared to Peanut butter & co white choc or p28 white chocolate? 
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Re: The Best Nut Butters 2015/03/01 00:10:28 (permalink)
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The hognuts butter range is fricking amazing. I had the mississippi mud pie peanut butter last week and i could of ate the whole damn tub with a spoon! It has a 50% protein content which is great.
 
To be honest though i don't think the taste or protein content justifies the 6 quid price tag for a 250ml tub!
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Re: The Best Nut Butters 2015/03/01 09:15:17 (permalink)
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The hognuts butter range is fricking amazing. I had the mississippi mud pie peanut butter last week and i could of ate the whole damn tub with a spoon! It has a 50% protein content which is great.
 
To be honest though i don't think the taste or protein content justifies the 6 quid price tag for a 250ml tub!


I received the Hog Nuts but after I did all the filming for this nut butter selection. I've done a video review of it thought, which I need to get edited.
 
I had the christmas pudding which was really really nice!
 
The salted caramel tasted just like chocolate to me though. 
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Re: The Best Nut Butters 2015/03/01 11:30:08 (permalink)☄ Helpfulby Barbarian999 2015/03/07 13:42:20
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Just to add i saw a tub of P28 in tesco this week, i spent 5 mins looking at the shelf with all the other butters on it. COULD NOT figure out where it was supposed to be, 1 tub all on its own, no shelf tag indicating where the others should be.

I dont know if it sits in another section but it was really really weird.
 
http://www.tesco.com/groceries/product/search/default.aspx?searchBox=p28&icid=tescohp_sws-1_p28
 
there currently a fiver, i did a quick google and i couldnt find anything under that!
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Re: The Best Nut Butters 2015/03/02 10:05:30 (permalink)
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Just to add i saw a tub of P28 in tesco this week, i spent 5 mins looking at the shelf with all the other butters on it. COULD NOT figure out where it was supposed to be, 1 tub all on its own, no shelf tag indicating where the others should be.

I dont know if it sits in another section but it was really really weird.
 
http://www.tesco.com/groceries/product/search/default.aspx?searchBox=p28&icid=tescohp_sws-1_p28
 
there currently a fiver, i did a quick google and i couldnt find anything under that!


I got them for £2.50 with a yellow reduced sticker on. 
 
However in the Norton Tesco they are £5.
 
Strange, as last year I picked up a ton of them for £1.75 in clearance. 
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Re: The Best Nut Butters 2015/03/03 12:24:08 (permalink)
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the link is now down to £2.50 as well, at that price its worth well a shout!
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Re: The Best Nut Butters 2015/03/03 12:41:17 (permalink)
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At my local Tesco they are on OFFER at £5, usual price is £7.99 which I think is frigging ludicrous.
 
I would definately pay £3 to £4 for a jar, but their essentially just natty peanut butter with some whey stirred in, which I sometimes do at home anyway...

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Re: The Best Nut Butters 2015/03/04 10:58:35 (permalink)
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At my local Tesco they are on OFFER at £5, usual price is £7.99 which I think is frigging ludicrous.
 
I would definately pay £3 to £4 for a jar, but their essentially just natty peanut butter with some whey stirred in, which I sometimes do at home anyway...


Went into my Tesco last night, £2.50 a tub!
 
I agree £7.99 is whey (pun intended) too much for what they are.
 
£4 would be a "fair" price imo, but for £2.50 .... i cleaned up!


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Re: The Best Nut Butters 2015/03/04 11:19:10 (permalink)
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Not many in my Tesco (had to visit two stores as each store had different flavours on offer).
 
Only one of the stores had the think thin bars for 50p, but they were the crappy ones with only 10g of protein... =(

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Re: The Best Nut Butters 2015/03/04 12:19:14 (permalink)
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do those bars taste any good? i am heading down to my tesco tonight so need to know what to get/avoid?
 
in terms of the PB i will be getting 4 jars of that as well  
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Re: The Best Nut Butters 2015/03/04 12:25:33 (permalink)
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TBH, the think thin bars are one of my favourite low carb bars. (I did a small write up a while back - 5 Low Carb Protein Bars)
 
Favourites are the peanut butter and the chocolate brownie.  They are all nice though.  And 20g of protein, 3g of net carbs at 230 kcals, for 50p...

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Re: The Best Nut Butters 2015/03/04 15:48:28 (permalink)
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Where abouts do Tesco stock these Think Thin bars in their stores?
 
Was in Tesco last night and i didn't see them with all the other sports nutrition stuff.
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Re: The Best Nut Butters 2015/03/04 15:54:21 (permalink)
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Not under the sports nutrition stuff, they are usually with the 'Free From' foods, alongside stuff like nakd bars, gluten free stuff and the soya mince, etc.  They may also be out at random places, or in the 'sale isle'.  You need to look around a bit.
They look a bit weird, like they have been relabeled by an amatuer as there is a plain sticker covering the packet.

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Re: The Best Nut Butters 2015/03/04 16:14:50 (permalink)☄ Helpfulby The_Lone_Wolf 2015/03/05 09:24:55
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Just plain Almond butter , got some GoNutrition stuff ATM 

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Re: The Best Nut Butters 2015/03/04 17:34:37 (permalink)
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Not under the sports nutrition stuff, they are usually with the 'Free From' foods, alongside stuff like nakd bars, gluten free stuff and the soya mince, etc.  They may also be out at random places, or in the 'sale isle'.  You need to look around a bit.
They look a bit weird, like they have been relabeled by an amatuer as there is a plain sticker covering the packet.




Went this afternoon, didn't see the bars anywhere but they did have 10 jars of the Signature Blend and i grabbed the lot for 25 quid!.
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