Discussion in 'The Green Room' started by Nautica, May 10, 2013.
Well? Vote, biatches!
crunchy and natural.
Crunchy. Oh, yeah.
I'm the only one in my family who prefers Crunchy, so I get the jar all to myself, and can eat directly from it without issues. Life is good!
Creamy JIF, fistful of dry roasted peanuts.
I like both, but I don't eat enough to warrant a jar of crunchy, and the rest of my family likes creamy.
Creamy, but crunchy isn't the end of the world. But I don't eat it much anyway.
Crunchy for makng candy or cookies. Creamy for sandwiches
Creamy. I love cream in my mouth.
Though creamy's good too. Is there an intermediate between the two?
creamy. crunchy will not do.
Creamy. I can tolerate crunchy, but not super crunchy. If I wanted crunchy, I'd just eat some fucking peanuts.
Both are good. But never buy Smuckers peanut butter already mixed with jelly. The jelly ratio is too low, so it's very dry on a sandwich.
Ugh, you mean Goober? I agree, waaaay to high of a PB to J ratio.
They used to package it in a squeeze tube, too.
YES! Goober, that's the brand. Nice in theory, but it just didn't pan out. It's still on the shelves, which is beyond all human comprehension + reasoning.
That's just about the laziest thing I can think of.
Except I've seen frozen, 'crustless' PB&J sandwiches in the frozen foods section
^I think I have too. But I didn't want to believe it.
I've got an idea....it's so crazy it just might work:
just as we have "donut holes" why can't we just package the crust of the cut-off PB&J sandwiches? You could market it as "low carb" get some celebrity to lose a few pounds eating them and BAM! The crowd goes wild, the money rolls in.
What are the verdicts on fluffernutter?
Good for making fudge. Too sweet for just about anything else.
And it definitely shouldn't be crunchy.
Both are great. I care more about natural vs. processed whatzit that I can't pronounce. The only ingredients listed should be peanuts and salt.
That Smuckers combo shit is deadly, man. I can go full fat kid and down a jar of that in 1-2 sittings.
You disgust me.
My grandmother hated to cook.
She lived off Goober grape, Campbells soups, Lunchables, and whatever doggy-bags and leftovers she could glom off us.
She ate like a bachelor!
That just HAS to be some type of deviant sex act, banned south of the Mason-Dixon line.
One slice of bread gets creamy. The other gets crunchy.
I think he's setting a good example for our gub'mint by "reaching across the aisle."
What is even the point of creamy peanut butter.
Crunchy on multigrain toast.
Smooth in shakes.
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