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Peanut Butter

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Keltsey Jacob

on 9 April 2014

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By: Keltsey R. Jacob
The olden Days
Peanut butter was invented and reinvented different times during history. Peanuts were known as early as 950 B.C. and originated in South America. The Incas used peanuts and were known to have made it into a paste-like substance. Peanuts emigrated from South America as a crop to Africa by early explorers and then traveled by trade into Spain who then traded the product to the American colonies. The first commercial peanut crop was grown in Virginia in the early to mid 1840's and in North Carolina beginning around 1818.
Making Peanut Butter
Here is a cool video about how you make peanut butter............
Popular peanut Butter Combos
7.Chocolate... DUH! :D
Peanut butter fun Facts
•It takes around 540 peanuts to make a 12-ounce jar of peanut butter.

•The world’s biggest peanut butter factory churns out 250,000 jars of the tasty treat every day.

• 4 of the top 10 candy bars manufactured in the USA contain peanuts or peanut butter.

•The average kid will eat 1,500 peanut butter and jelly sandwiches before he/she graduates high school.
•Peanut butter is consumed in 90 percent of USA homes.

•Peanut butter was the secret behind “Mr. Ed,” TV’s talking horse. Spreading peanut butter inside the horse’s mouth created a natural talking movement every time he moved his sticky jaws.

•Former President Bill Clinton confessed that one of his favorite sandwiches is peanut butter and banana; also thought to have been the favorite of Elvis “the King” Presley.
Nutty Peanut Butter Jokes
What fish goes best with peanut butter?
A Jellyfish!

Did you here the joke about peanut butter?
I'm not telling you...you might spread it!

Why did the girl spread peanut butter on the road?
To go with the traffic-jam!

The olden Days
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