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cadyak
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Dried peanut butter recipes

Postby cadyak » Wed Oct 09, 2013 10:11 pm

I havent tried it before but I just ordered a pound of the Pro, (62 cal per two table spoons is still a lot lower than Jif).
I let you know how it tastes. Im hoping it will work well in a dried spicy thai peanut sauce. Add a pack of chicken, or some rice. The other ingredients should be pretty easy to dehydrate or carry separately. thanks for the link :D

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Re: dehydrated meals

Postby zelph » Fri Oct 11, 2013 4:04 pm

I haven't gather the ingredients yet. In the mean time i've been eating a jar of skippy "crunchy" :D
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Re: dehydrated meals

Postby cadyak » Mon Oct 21, 2013 6:13 pm

My lb bag of Fitznutz PRO powdered peanut butter got here over the weekend. At first it was a little weird but I like it a lot. I think that it will work for whatever PB purpose you have in mind. Now for jelly...... :DB:

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Re: dehydrated meals

Postby zelph » Mon Oct 21, 2013 10:10 pm

cadyak wrote:My lb bag of Fitznutz PRO powdered peanut butter got here over the weekend. At first it was a little weird but I like it a lot. I think that it will work for whatever PB purpose you have in mind. Now for jelly...... :DB:


well, I got distracted :roll:

glad you got yours and approve. How much did you get...1/2 pound?
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