freshly-made peanut butter

12 May

lately i noticed that some of my comrades at work seem to be having peanut butter sandwiches as snack quite regularly. reminded me of the period when i ate a lot of peanut butter between meals in order to gain weight. supermarket-variety peanut butter used to get a bad rep because of its trans-fat, sugar and sodium content but all that had since changed. relatively healthier versions of pb are now easily available.

i was in carrefour last weekend and bought myself some freshly-made pb, so devoid of additives that its shelf life is only a little over a month compared to the usual over-a-year of regular pb.

be warned that this wholesome-ish version of pb will not taste as creamy and sweet as your usual skippy pb, it’s like comparing refined white bread to wholemeal bread. ^^; friends who tried this gave mixed reviews: Kian, who loves the taste of wholemeal bread (and whom i thought prefered bland-tasting stuff) didn’t like it while Yang (a junk food lover) thought it tasted quite nice.

get it from carrefour, S$3.30 for a small cup (about 150gram?) in smooth, medium and crunchy versions.

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