in his former iteration.
Shelly's not smart, quick, or particularly inventive. He hopes to be
classified a "k00k" but his limited diatribes only amount to a 2-yo standing
in a store screaming and dancing in place. Shelly is nothing more than a
mosquito buzzing about the ear.
On Sat, 27 Jun 2009 05:51:47 -0700 (PDT), Bob Villa
:I bought an old Salton (George Foreman spokesperson) peanut butter
:maker at a thrift store that has worked well.
:It makes a small amount at a time though.
Yes, I saw it online yesterday. It looks similar to other ~$40 peanut
butter making machines for sale various places online including ebay.
Most people aren't high on them, but I suppose if you're careful and
don't mind your PB a bit coarse they might work for you. I'm skeptical,
and besides, I don't really want to have a machine dedicated to nut
butter if I can effectively avoid it.
On Fri 26 Jun 2009 08:37:29a, firstname.lastname@example.org told us...
I have a vintage 1960s Osterizer with a higher power motor, glass jar,
metal housing, etc., and I've used it occasionally to make peanut butter.
However, if I made peanut butter on a regular basis, I would buy a
dedicated machine like this one. The mechanism is entirely different and
is up to the task of producing multiple batches. You'll probably never buy
FWIW< grind your peanuts while still hot and save some of the wear and
tear on the grinder/blender. the hot peanuts make oil faster and go
from granules into butter faster, AND get smoother, in my limited
The one and only time I did it, the peanuts were cold and it was very
quick. Much quicker than I expected. I used a blender - the
container was maybe half full. Homemade is fun, but I don't have
anything against opening a jar.
I love cooking with wine.
Sometimes I even put it in the food.
On the way home from dropping off my dead Oster blender at the warranty
dropoff service center (I'll get a new replacement in about a month), I
saw an Oster Counterforms blender at Costco yesterday for $49.99 and
after mulling it over, took it home. It appears to be similar to the
other Counterforms and the Fusion as well, same controls and features.
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