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"No-stir" Peanut Butter made from Valencia Peanuts?


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"No-stir" Peanut Butter made from Valencia Peanuts?

The Dairy Queen | Jul 30, 2011 04:58 AM

I understand Valencia peanuts are naturally resistant to aflatoxin. I've seen a few peanut butters made of Valencia peanuts, but they are always the kind that need to be stirred, which no one else in my household will eat. Other nut-butters apparently won't do, either, even though I found one almond butter, "Barney" that I liked quite a bit and thought would be a good substitute. It did not pass muster with my family, alas.

Do you know of any no-stir peanut butters made from Valencia peanuts? A google search reveals this brand, Sunland, that carries a no-stir product, though it's sweetened which I'd prefer to avoid. Still, I might try it if I can't find any other options. This is the same peanut butter that they apparently use at Bruegger's and, if I recall, it's pretty dense.

Anyone know of any other options?

Thank you!


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