So what’s the difference between peanut butter and jam? Well, I hate to be the one to break it to you. But you’ve misunderstood something…
What’s the difference between peanut butter and jam?
You can make your own peanut butter in a food processor. Yup.
Easy as one, two, three:
1. Buy yourself some nice unsalted organic peanuts
2. Chuck ’em in a food processor/mixer
3. Blitz until you’ve achieve desired consistency (smooth/crunchy)
Some health food stores allow you to do this in-store. This is a great option if you want peanut butter without any additives.
Be sure to check with the store where they source their peanuts from. Organic, unsalted, and as local as possible…
Did you think that peanut jam was a thing? I find it quite funny and a little bit cute.
But I have to burst your bubble and let you know that peanut jam is not a thing…
Jams are fruit preserves and come in many kinds. Unfortunately not in the form of peanut jam.
Jam’s most of the time contains both the juice and flesh of a fruit or vegetable.
The proccess is pretty simple and you can make your own jam at home. Great way to ensure no unnessecary additives etc…
So, what’s the difference between peanut butter and jam again?
Peanut butter and jam are a common combination. PBJ (Peanut butter & jam/jelly) sandwiches are popular all over the world.
This has clearly caused some confusion among many of you. So once again, there is no such thing as peanut jam, or jelly of that matter.
What’s your favourite way of consuming peanut butter?
I love mine topped on some porridge with sliced bananas as well. Try it for yourself and let me know.
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Yours in fitness and health,