i dunno what it would take.
i'd never even heard of lupine flour before, and
even if i had i'd never think of it with respect
to a peanut allergy (and that's only part of
:-((((( If I was in the US, I certainly wouldn't be eating any poultry
that I hadn't raised, killed and gutted myself:
We've just had cases in Aus of problems with peanut butter from China. I
now have instructions from 'He Who Would Like to Be Obeyed' to only ever
buy Australian made peanut butter.
People around here think I'm crazy because I read labels on ALL food. If
it's not from a country I trust I don't buy it. Anything from China is
NEVER purchased whether it is food or anything else. It's not that I
hate the Chinese, I just hate their way of doing business.
I don't eat at Red Lobster either, their shrimp and fish come from China
according to folks who have looked into it. Thanks to USDA labels have
to have country of origin on them.
I just discovered two large yellow squash and four very large zucchini
hiding under the squash leaves. Looks like some more stuff to put up
tomorrow. Still no ripe tomatoes but the green bean vines are covered
with pencil size pods, won't be long to canning time.
yep, but i haven't eaten much chicken or ground
beef for many years now anyways.
interesting! i thought you blokes only ate that
yeasty stuff and nutella? :) [p.s. i'm still rather
upset that i can't have a bunya tree]
the USoA has had peanut butter problems at a few
companies, but so far our favorite brand seems to do
The yeasty stuff is always popular but I prefer Promite over Vegemite.
I don't know anyone who buys Nutella but everyone I know would have
Peanut butter in their pantry.
I notice tht there are now ads appearing for other nut based spreads
they may find favour for a short time because of the ads but I doubt tht
peanut butter will ever be relaced.
[p.s. i'm still rather
Why not? Isn't Araucaria bidwillii available in the US or is your
climate unsuitable for growing it
I've bought Skippy at Costco and it was OK but we've gone back to
Sanitarium brand. Always worth trying a new brand now and then to see
if it suits.
yes, almond butter and cashew butter are both showing up
here the past few years. at about twice the price (or more).
peanut butter is about $10-$12 for two 40oz jars. for us
that is a 3-6 month supply if Ma isn't making peanut butter
cookies, pies or bars or me isn't making chocolates.
i think our climate is a bit too cold for them as
it gets down to -30C or worse (w.o. wind chill).
i love the name. :) i've tried other brands and like
the natural peanut butters the best (ground up peanuts
and perhaps a little salt and that's it), but Ma doesn't
like them. when i was living up north i could get bulk
peanut butter fresh roasted and ground at the co-op - it
didn't get much better than that. except now there
would be the sea-salt version instead.
looks like another warm spring day, chances of rain
later, but i'll believe it when i see it. in the meantime
the onion seeds get a squirt and then i'll be weeding off
and on the whole day if i can or puttering about.
the killdeer hatched out a few days ago and are already
gone from their nest. they don't sit still for long...
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