I have Kraft smooth pb on one slice of bread sometimes during the day or a tbs. of pb anytime. If I didn't have Kraft pb, my pb addicted Daughter would faint. PB doesn't bother me any. The bread, I need a bit of Insulin.
I LOVE LOVE LOVE peanut butter. If I developed a peanut allergy, I would be devastated to say the least lol. I think I could probably eat a whole jar at once (albeit, not a smart move...but man that sounds tasty!). PB doesn't bother me, but I love to eat it on crackers w/ Nutella...and that's where I have to watch my consumption lol.
My roommate eats skippy natural, but to me the taste is way salty ( 125 mg Sodium per serving ). I prefer Jif Natural (80 mg sodium per serving). It has a slightly more "peanut" taste than regular peanutbutters, and it contains no hydrogenated oils (bonus! ;-)
Hello, my name is Susy and I am addicted to Jif Creamy Peanut Butter... LOL... I LOVE IT!! I have it everyday and it doesn't affect my bs at all. I can only eat it on one peice of toast. (two puts me way high), or on an apple or banana.... I totally love it.... And there is cinnamon in it too which lowers bs.
I ea it 3 times a week with trader joes rice cakes or with Ezekiel bread. I dont eat the skippy or those type of brand peanut butter. I will eat the trader joes almond butter or a rand that doesnt include all that added stuff skippy has. Thats just me lol
I love peanut butter! I buy Trader Joe's organic creamy pb (made with Valencia peanuts, the best!). It only has peanuts and salt. I even have a peanut butter cookbook, "The Ultimate Peanut Butter Book" by Bruce Weinstein & Mark Scarbrough. Now that is dedication to peanut butter. A low carb ultimate dessert is bittersweet chocolate scooped in peanut butter. You guys are making me hungry.....
I can't have it in the house. My demented idea of a "serving" of peanut butter is a jar and a spoon. Gah.
I'm the same way with creamery butter -- I can go through a stick in the morning and have no idea where it went -- and yes, I live alone, and no, there are no large butter-eating rodents living under my stove.
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