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View Poll Results: Your peanut-butter preference is...
Creamy 52 49.06%
Chunky 36 33.96%
Both 11 10.38%
Neither 5 4.72%
Specialty (peanut butter with mixed-in extra goodies) 1 0.94%
See results 1 0.94%
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Old 05-13-06, 10:28 PM   #1
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Peanut butter.

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Old 05-13-06, 10:31 PM   #2
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I hate peanut butter
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chunky peanut butter is dumb. if i want peanuts on my sandwich ill just put peanuts on it. and thats weird - peanuts on a sandwich. i want peanut BUTTER not half peanut butter
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Chunky=good
Creamy=evil
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Old 05-13-06, 11:04 PM   #5
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OJ - Pulp or no pulp?
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I only go for the natural old-fashioned style. No added partially-hydrogenated vegetable-oils or sugars allowed...
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I'm allergic to peanuts...
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Creamy, by the spoonfull. Why impair the taste with bread & jelly?
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creamy peanut butter for breakfast every morning for 30 years.. with OJ no pulp..
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I like both creamy and chunky peanut better....

and o.j. with pulp.

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chunky peanut butter is dumb. if i want peanuts on my sandwich ill just put peanuts on it. and thats weird - peanuts on a sandwich. i want peanut BUTTER not half peanut butter
There is something seriously wrong with you! Chunky or bust *****es!
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Fresh ground from one of those grinding machines with the hopper on top filled with peanuts. It comes out with tiny bits but its not "chunky". Sometimes I'll go for the fresh ground Almond or Cashew butter.
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Creamy.

No pulp.
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Creamy...I hate nuts and the like. Texture bugs me.
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I could eat peanut butter and jelly sandwiches for breakfast, lunch and dinner, every day for the rest of my life.
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The Organic Uber Crunchy stuff that I make.

I use Spanish peanuts.

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OJ - Pulp or no pulp?
chunky peanut butter and extra pulp. i like to chew.
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I only go for the natural old-fashioned style. No added partially-hydrogenated vegetable-oils or sugars allowed...
Agreed
Theres a brandsold here called Teddie, thats the real stuff. I think I remember reading somewhere that westcoasters tend to prefer chunky over creamy, the opposite for those in the East
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I like almond butter better
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OJ - Pulp or no pulp?
pulp rules...

And I would have to say creamy...BUT only made by teddys. teddy's rules...
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I like almond butter better
Oh if we are going for alternatives then i would say apple butter.
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Creamy, no pulp. I can tolerate crunchy peanut butter MUCH more easily than pulp-ridden OJ though. *barf*
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