Some Interesting Facts About Peanuts and Peanut Butter

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Since peanut butter was introduced in 1904 at the St. Louis World’s Fair, Americans have continued to enjoy this delicious peanut product. Every year, the average person within the United States eats over six pounds of peanut products. There are also different varieties, such as Spanish and Valencia peanuts. It’s important to note that there aren’t any GMO peanuts on the market. In fact, the peanuts currently available are 99.9% identical to their original predecessors!
Many Americans love peanut butter, and 94% have at least one jar in their cupboards or pantries. Given the FDA’s regulations to bear the label, “peanut butter,” the container must con

Have You Tried Using Peanut Oil in Any of Your Favorite Recipes?

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The recipes are ready and you have the list of ingredients made. And while the meat products and the fresh produce cannot be purchased until the day or two before, you are ready to go purchase all of the other items on your list for this year’s Thanksgiving dinner. You were inspired to start your search much early than normal by an especially tasty recipe for Brussels sprouts and bacon. Drizzled with a light amount of peanut oil, you were so anxious to try this side dish that you have already tested out the recipe. It was a vegetable dish that your entire family loved.
With a new jar of peanut oil in the cupboard, you have searched out quite a few more recipes that make use of this healthy oil option.
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