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Do you refrigerate your peanut butter?

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Toni Pauze Profile
Toni Pauze answered

No never have I put peanut butter in frig.

Should I ?

Mountain  Man Profile
Mountain Man answered

No. We keep it in the swing out pantry.

Tom  Jackson Profile
Tom Jackson answered

No, I don't.

I only eat one brand these days---Crazy Richard's.  There's nothing in it but peanuts, and the taste is superb.

Whether natural peanut butters should be refrigerated is apparently a personal preference with a few caveats.

Two sites you may peruse at your leisure:

https://www.crazyrichards.com/product/creamy-peanut-butter/

https://www.huffpost.com/entry/refridgerate-natural-peanut-butter-refrigerate_n_57fe2687e4b0e9c70229eac9

Yin And Yang Profile
Yin And Yang answered

No I don't. It makes it too hard to spread.

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Corey The Goofyhawk , Epic has no limit, answered

I never understood the peanut butter in the fridge - or other foods for that matter. My wife tells me to put bread in the fridge because it will save longer, however, we eat it long before it aill even begin to stale. Same for chocolate. Refrigerating it takes away flavor.

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Darren Wolfgang answered

I have always kept my jiffy creamy peanut butter in the cupboard never had a problem with it spoiling and tastes good . I always reframe to peanut butter on bread if my blood sugars stay near 90 or below than that tells me something is wrong . I was eating honey with peanut butter on bread but something in honey causes the body to produce too much insulin so i will not eat honey at all .

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Definitely the combo of bread and honey.
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Darren Wolfgang commented
Yeah see what happens is the pancreas secretes too much insulin thus lowers the blood sugars that happens when one eats honey i was eating honey with peanut butter on toasted bread my sugars starting dropping . I was reading this is very common to happen in Diabetics and other people who are non-diabetics can also experience similar situations.

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