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Best All-Natural, No Sugar Added Peanut Butter Brand

loveballet101 | Sep 25, 201109:47 PM     171

Hi! I LOVE all natural unsweetened peanut butter...but I just realized I've only ever had one kind (tried it once, and was completely hooked): 365 Organic Unsweetened Peanut Butter from Whole Foods

Anyway, does anyone have any other suggestions? Just thought I ought to give something else a try. I'm not interested in Better n' Peanut Butter or some other low-calorie knock-off. Just a delicious, no-sugar added option that I could find at Trader Joe's, Whole Foods or just a plain old grocery store. Also, I'm open to suggestions for all-natural nut butters (almonds, pistachio perhaps...do they even make pistachio butter?). Unfortunately, I'm allergic to cashews, so that's out of the picture (I know many people like cashew butter). I spotted some marcona almond butter at Whole Foods a few days ago, and plan to buy it next time I go!

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