Cleaning up yellowed/grubby plastic?

From: David V. Corbin <>
Date: Fri Aug 27 07:12:55 2004

>>> At 03:07 AM 8/25/2004, der Mouse wrote:
>>> >I did not, alas, find anything like real peanut butter
>>> (which to me
>>> >means "ground-up peanuts", preferably ground up at the
>>> time and place
>>> >of sale - while a bit of salt is an acceptable
>>> adulteration, I draw the
>>> >line at anything further).
>>> They suck out the peanut oil to sell it at a higher price
>>> than the hydrogenated soybean, cottonseed or canola oil
>>> they substitute in order to keep it solid at room temperature.
>>> Real peanut butter separates on its own, requiring you to
>>> stir it before consumption when you return from the store.
>>> So it's also about laziness.

Go to a decent Harvest Festival [there are many on the East coast US]!

While peanut butter is much more common at the southern ones, it can be
found further north. A completely different taste, but as pointed out, it
seperates almost immediately and does not "look good".
Received on Fri Aug 27 2004 - 07:12:55 BST

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