Sorry for the tired joke but it's almost impossible to find peanut butter in Brazil,hence my clumsy enthusiasm.Would the processor work as well on peanuts?If so,for how long can I keep it in the fridge?
You can make wonderful peanut butter. I like it best with nothing added, but I find it needs a little oil to encourage it along. You can also made mixtures. When I had little kids, I spun chia seeds to powder them, then added the peanuts, so sneak in some extra goodies.
It actually keeps well and I don't usually refrigerate it. When it is made fresh it doesn't separate (oil rise to the top) for a while, so make enough for a few weeks at a time. Fresh is best! And, you can roast the peanuts for the best flavor. (No salt, no sugar, delicious!)
Thanks,SusanG...I'll try it with peanuts and cashew nuts!XOXO,Mensaque.
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