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(MSN) Peanut butter?

GrillNextDoor Mar 19, 2007 10:59 AM

Does anyone know if any of the coops (or anywhere else, for that matter), sell freshly-ground peanut butter (the kind that is ground in front of you-- just peanuts, no salt or anything else)?


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    St Paul Susie Mar 19, 2007 03:32 PM

    Not exactly - but a good backup option!

    Parker's Farm of Cottage Grove sells freshly ground PB in Kowalskis.

    By the butter. Its really good & close to what you are looking for...

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    1. re: St Paul Susie
      MplsM ary Mar 19, 2007 04:28 PM

      MSN is Madison, not Minneapolis. Still, I also dig Parker's Farm. How can one resist a product whose ingredients are: Peanuts, salt, love care and pride?

      For other peanut butter available at coops I recommend East Wind which has a no salt added variety but their added salt has very little salt (which may be why I really like it).

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      SLBunge Mar 19, 2007 04:41 PM

      Willy St Coop used to have such a setup. I don't by my peanut butter that way so I haven't noticed if the machine is still there.

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