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Peanut butter grinder?

anniemax | Sep 19, 2007 04:27 PM

I recently found a 'Just Nutty' nut grinder, made by Salton, at GoodWill for under $5 and I have to say I love it. Now the only problem is a couple friends also like it and would like to find something similar, since the 'Just Nutty' is no longer made. I know you can make peanut butter, or other nut butters, in a blender, but I could never get them at creamy & smooth, even with adding a lot of extra oil & sweeteners. Plus the clean up with the blender was always a pain, so I would end up grinding a lot at once...defeating half of the reason for making fresh, homemade peanut butter. With the Just Nutty grinder, peanut butter comes out so soft & creamy- and extra yummy-lol, even if you do sneak an handful of golden flax seed in. Almond butter is a little courser, but still better then store bought.

Is there anything else that lets you grind peanut butter & other nut butters at home similarly? I'm a big fan of Alton Brown on Good Eats and usually don't like 'unitaskers', but I figure since it grinds all sorts of nut/legume butters, I'll consider it a 'mulitasker'.

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