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Hazelnut butter is a natural source for calcium, phytoesterol and is loaded with folic acid. We sell a ton of this at the Portland Farmers Market for good reason. It just tastes great!
18 Oct 2008
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*******www.cerealwednesday**** Cereal review of Market Basket Peanut Butter & Cocoa vs. Kellogg's Chocolate Peanut Butter POPS breakfast cereal
22 Oct 2008
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How to make butter from whipping cream?Easy and taste
26 Oct 2008
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Eric loves peanut butter and apparently dancing. Watch him celebrate national peanut butter lovers day and you may just learn a little bit about its history.
7 May 2009
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The 'Lunch Time' sketch from Ranting and Raving Productions. Chris is hungry and asks Jenny (His laptop) about what he should have. I am not saying the song is my own or that peanut butter jelly time is a completely original concept, this is my own spin on it with original video. Enjoy and rate, comment and subscribe! Any fan-mail, hate-mail or suggestions, please e-mail: rantingandravinghotmail******
26 Mar 2009
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watch full lesson here: *******www.mindbites****/lesson/696-chocolate-and-butter-small-cakes A quick and easy receipe to make delicious chocolate and butter cakes.
12 Nov 2008
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*******www.NewOldMomsClub**** Random Rants about gross peanut butter left in the sink!
17 Dec 2008
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*******www.therenegadehealthshow**** - From time to time I get emails from viewers how have done a little research and in this case it’s about Raw Maranatha Almond Butter. Amy Tuggle sent me an email the other day via Facebook explaining what they said… pretty interesting… In this episode I also address vitamin D3. Enjoy…
24 Dec 2008
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Happy Holidays! From now until January 1st you will most likely be eating three times the calories your body burns in just one day. That said, we should probably cut corners where we can -- and I'm not talking about cakes! Good habits to live by during this "season of splurging" is to avoid drinking your calories, cutting back on portions, and not going back for seconds. Notice how I'm not telling you to avoid the sweets? Cutting it out cold turkey -- especially during the Holidays -- may prompt you to completely lose your mind from sugar-deprivation, steal the entire pumpkin pie, and down it in two minutes while hiding out in the hall closet! So instead of doing away with the sweet-stuff, watch this week's podcast and try whipping together this healthy dessert recipe that's both tasty and satisfying. If you love peanut butter, this one's for you! Peanut Butter Protein Balls Ingredients: 1 cup plain instant oats 1 cup honey 1 cup natural peanut butter (drained) 1 1/4 cup vanilla protein powder 1.) With peanut butter still in the jar, drain the oil off of the top 2.) Mix all of the ingredients in a large bowl with a spatula 3.) Wash your hands and continue mixing the ingredients until there are no dry spots 4.) Roll up balls of the mixture about the size of a half-dollar and place them on a cookie sheet lined with wax paper or parchment paper 5.) Cover with wax paper or parchment paper and refrigerate Optional: You may also melt down two cups of semi-sweet chocolate morsels and dip one side of each ball in it before refrigerating Servings: approx. 24 balls One serving, plain= 103 calories 3.5g fat 11.5g carbs 7.5g protein 6g sugar One serving w/chocolate= 138 calories 5.5g fat 17g carbs 7.5g protein 10g sugar
24 Dec 2008
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Food And Drug Administration releases video of latest peanut butter studies Distributed by Tubemogul.
18 Jan 2009
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*******www.cerealwednesday**** Review of Peanut Butter and Chocolate Granola Bars Distributed by Tubemogul.
28 Jan 2009
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Associate Commissioner for Foods at the FDA to Discuss The Latest on the Current Peanut Butter Recall In the midst of one of the largest food recalls in the nation’s history, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) wants to be clear with consumers as to what is safe and what should be avoided when it comes to peanuts and peanut products.
31 Jan 2009
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