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What are some brand names of "raw vegan, peanut butter"?

Asked by RedDeerGuy1 (24661points) 3 weeks ago
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Also would it taste OK on a chilled celery sticks as a midnight snack for weight loss?

Also where can I buy it in Canada or online to Canada?

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janbb's avatar

Just go to your store and look for natural unsalted peanut butter with no additives. No point in us naming brands; the Canadian ones will be different.

Hawaii_Jake's avatar

Any organic peanut butter is good for you. You’ll probably have to stir it, because the oil separates. After you stir it the first time, keep it in the fridge.

tinyfaery's avatar

I don’t keep mine in the fridge because I go through it quickly. So it’s fine if you don’t.

RocketGuy's avatar

I’d agree with @janbb – just look for all natural with no added sugar or emulsifiers. It tastes pretty good. No need to spend extra for organic or vegan. That’s just rich people food.

jca2's avatar

Your grocery store probably has a generic one that they grind in-house.

Smashley's avatar

@RocketGuy – vegan is kinda meaningless in this context, and organic is more expensive, because exploiting laborers has always been cheaper. It doesn’t feel like a rich person act to prefer farm workers not be exposed to pesticides/herbicides for my benefit. It kinda feels more like a decent human being kind of act.

RocketGuy's avatar

Organic vs non-organic – the nutrition is the same but the former costs more. Feel free to spend as much of your money as you desire. Regulations are supposed to keep farm workers relatively safe.

Smashley's avatar

Well, I hope you’re right, @RocketGuy – but: 1) you’re assuming that US law applies to every country in the chain of food production, which it does not. 2) you’re assuming that US law sufficiently protects farm workers in this country, which I believe it does not.

Food for thought:

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