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Hu_Flung_Pu
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re: Nutella vs JIF vs others


I miss kroger, do they not have any in La?





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Queen
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re: Nutella vs JIF vs others


There is one in Lake Charles, I know. But now where I live Kroger is just about my only option. We have Fresh Market/Whole Foods and Costco, but your regular grocery store not so much.

Eta: for clarity



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tirebiter
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re: Nutella vs JIF vs others


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I can buy cashew butter and almond butter (crunchy almond butter will change your life)


I recently bought some MaraNatha all natural Almond Butter, the creamy version. Definitely tastes like almonds. I find many of the natural versions have too much oil/liquid floating at the top when opening and pour out 1/3 to 1/2 of the excess and like it better, otherwise it is too runny.






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Queen
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re: Nutella vs JIF vs others


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I recently bought some MaraNatha all natural Almond Butter, the creamy version. Definitely tastes like almonds. I find many of the natural versions have too much oil/liquid floating at the top when opening and pour out 1/3 to 1/2 of the excess and like it better, otherwise it is too runny.


I buy MaraNatha too. The crunchy version is better than the creamy, IMO. And it's not super crunchy like crunchy peanut butter, just a thicker, better consistency.

As for your oil problem, try putting it in the fridge once you open it. Creamy almond butter was a little runny for me, but crunchy was almost exactly a peanut butter consistency. I keep both in the refrigerator.






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tirebiter
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I keep both in the refrigerator.


As do I, but it is still runny after stirring, which is why I prefer to pour some off.






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