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Andrea AWsec
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Bought a whole jar of unsalted peanut butter by accident.
My DD-A likes the salted one better.
Any receipe ideas?
We love the peanut sauce from the cookbook but I need a few more.
Thanks, Dottie1


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Peanut butter cookies, muffins and maybe mix in some sea salt to taste and put it on celery or dip carrots.

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mix with tamari and other seasonings for a marinade for fish or other meats
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This is my dead easy south east Asian style satay/curry. Make a simple vegetable curry with mild curry powder, onions, ginger, garlic, green beans and pumpkin. Simmer these in a good chicken or vegetable stock. Add tablespoons (to taste) of the peanut butter towards the end of the cooking time. Garnish with heaps of fresh coriander leaves. Serve with basmati rice.
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This is my dead easy south east Asian style satay/curry. Make a simple vegetable curry with mild curry powder, onions, ginger, garlic, green beans and pumpkin. Simmer these in a good chicken or vegetable stock. Add tablespoons (to taste) of the peanut butter towards the end of the cooking time. Garnish with heaps of fresh coriander leaves. Serve with basmati rice.
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Oh oh oh oh eh...this sounds so Yummilicious.  We are on our last pumpkin today and I am going to make this for supper.  Tweaking the pb for pumpkin seed butter, of course.  

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heres one I've used in the past. need to tweek for BTD

Spicy Peanut Butter Dressing
Ingredients
3 tablespoons peanut butter, at room temperature
1/4 cup water
1 garlic clove, minced or pressed
1/2 to 1 fresh chile, minced, seeds removed for a milder "hot" [curry or omit]
2 tablespoons cider or rice vinegar [omit]
1 tablespoon honey
1 tablespoon soy sauce
1/4 cup diced tomatoes
2 teaspoons grated fresh ginger root
2 tablespoons chopped fresh cilantro
2 teaspoons fresh lemon juice


Instructions
In a blender, puree all of the ingredients until smooth and creamy. Serve chilled on fresh young spinach with mung sprouts and grated carrots or your choice of salad greens. This dressing will keep for 2 or 3 weeks tightly sealed and refrigerated. If it separates, shake it well until blended.

Yield: about 1 cup
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Quoted from Andrea AWsec
Bought a whole jar of unsalted peanut butter by accident.
My DD-A likes the salted one better.
Any receipe ideas?
We love the peanut sauce from the cookbook but I need a few more.
Thanks, Dottie1


Hi Dottie,
I eat this most evenings, 2 tablespoons full with 2 good teaspoons of barley malt extract syrup - what a treat!
If gluten is a problem try rice malt syrup.
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I love Peanut Butter on Celery - you can always sprinkle salt on it if you miss it.

I have a friend who puts it on Apple slices.

And there was PB Cookie recipe posted a week or so ago.
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Hi Dottie -

I make a chocolate, banana and peanut butter smoothie that's quite tasty.

I use chocolate hemp protein powder but you could use chocolate soy, rice or almond milk instead.


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My husband and I used to eat peanut butter tacos.


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Are you "A"s trying to rub it in that you can have peanut butter?

  


Beouemom sounds like bay way mom and I think Colorado is a great place to live.  
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Are you "A"s trying to rub it in that you can have peanut butter?

  


Beouemom, I'll trade you a jar of peanut butter for a thick medium rare steak!  



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   Sounds like I was being a "WIDE MOUTH FROG". Sorry.   You have to have heard the story about what the skunk said to the "wide mouth frog" that she fed her babies to know what I mean.  
   I would never want to tempt another blood type to eat something that was an avoid.  Just encourage them to eat only the best.  


Beouemom sounds like bay way mom and I think Colorado is a great place to live.  

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Sweet concoction

Warm up some ghee so it melts.  Add in nut butter and molasses (or desired sweetener).  Finally stir in carob powder (break up any chunks first) until desired thickness.

Use as a dip or spread or just eat it with a spoon.  I use a small custard cup to make this sweet treat.  


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Hi Dottie, You can try peanut butter with bread. Just spread butter into bread and it takes so good. You try it and you will love it.
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I eat peanut butter right out of the jar.


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Beouemom, tell us the story about the wide mouth frog and the skunk.


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Hope it is ok to post it here and not in "Little Fishes"

  This goes way back to my college days.  You have to get the picture of this in your mind for it to be funny.  

  Once upon a time there was a WIDE MOUTH FROG who, when ever she met any other of the animals in the woods asked them....  "Mama fox, what do you feed your babies?"  She would open her mouth very wide and ask the question in a very loud sing song voice.  The fox would answer her and the Wide Mouth Frog would move on to the next animal.  Finally she comes upon a skunk and she opened her mouth very wide and asked in her loud annoying voice...  "Mama skunk, what do you feed your babies?"  And the skunk in her irked/curt answer says...  "WIDE MOUTH FROGS!" and then (now that she has drawn so much attention to herself) the wide mouth frog says in the quietest, smallest open mouth as she can make "OH!"  She just realized she might be the skunk's babies next meal.  
  That is the story of the Wide Mouth Frog
  


Beouemom sounds like bay way mom and I think Colorado is a great place to live.  
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Beouemom,

  That's a great story and that's why I like this forum better than any other I've visited. You are all very helpful and fun!   I like it here.


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It is not actually "my" story. I remember now it is a pop up book for kids by the name of Wide Mouth Frog.  You can probably check it out at your library.  


Beouemom sounds like bay way mom and I think Colorado is a great place to live.  
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Mitchie
   Sounds like I was being a "WIDE MOUTH FROG". Sorry.   You have to have heard the story about what the skunk said to the "wide mouth frog" that she fed her babies to know what I mean.  
   I would never want to tempt another blood type to eat something that was an avoid.  Just encourage them to eat only the best.  


Beouemom - thanks for the story.  I hadn't heard it before.  And no worries about temptation.  I provide enough of that all by myself.  



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