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A month of peanut butter lovers

It always falls in November every year.

The first to use peanut paste Aztecs in the 1st century as a remedy for toothache. In 1884 it was patented by a chemist named Marcellus Gilmore Edson. In 1995, the Peanut Butter Lovers' Moon was created.

Groundnut (peanut) is a plant that comes from South America. The fruit is a legume and is a legume. It is grown for seeds (peanuts). Peanuts are rich in nutrients and contain 25% protein, high levels of fats and sugars and vitamins B1, B3, B6, B9, antioxidants and coenzyme Q10. They also contain magnesium, potassium, phosphorus, zinc, iron, copper, manganese, folic acid.

Peanuts have a positive effect on the nervous system, heart disease, blood circulation and metabolism. They support hematopoiesis, help lower cholesterol, are suitable for healthy weight loss or against cramps. But peanuts are also a potent allergen and can cause severe anaphylactic reactions in allergy sufferers.

Peanut butter can be added to smoothies, toasts, sauces, sandwiches, desserts, biscuits and other dishes. Peanut butter can be prepared at home from peanuts.

You can use the hashtag #PeanutButterLoversMonth or social networks.


Recipe for Homemade Peanut Butter:




2 cups unsalted roasted peanuts

1 - 2 tablespoons of peanut oil (or sunflower, rapeseed)




Put peanuts in a food processor or blender. Peanut chop. Then work for approx. 8 minutes. Approximately every minute stop cleaning the edges of the blender and continue processing. If the butter is dry or not smooth, mix for another 3 minutes. After 8 minutes of mixing, the peanut oil begins to release. Or add oil to help the consistency of the butter. Butter should be stored in the refrigerator for 3-4 weeks.

Butter can be flavored with cocoa ground beans, stevia, honey, maple syrup if we want to have sweet butter.


Enjoy your meal.