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Thread: Peanut Butter & Jelly Sandwiches

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    Peanut Butter & Jelly Sandwiches

    In the past week or two I've started back on PB & Js, hadn't had one in a long time. Turns out it took me until my thirties to make one properly: with an enormous amount of both peanut butter and jelly.

    This thread is here to discuss your PB & J preferences, and all other issues surrounding this type of sandwich.

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    Heavy PB/Medium Nutella, with a leaf of lettuce.

    edit to add: Yes, on toast; preferably grain/multi-grain of some sort.

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    What about the bread? It has to be a whole grain cewy kind.

    PP on toast with coffee is one of the finest eating experiences in the world.

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    Heavy peanut butter but no jelly. On Rye bread. Or on a slice of french bread, and broiled in the oven until the peanut butter just begins to scorch a little. Or peanut butter on Ritz crackers.
    Cheerful Charlie

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    Heavy peanut butter, heavy Bama strawberry preserves.

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    I voted something else.

    Vegemite sandwiches
    NOTE: No trees were killed in the sending of this message, but a large number of electrons were terribly inconvenienced.

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    Heavy? Light? Kind of subjective, don't you think?
    Doesn't everyone think his personal preference is moderate/moderate?

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    Needs to be preserves, need the chunks of strawberries... or at least what is left of them. Peanut butter needs to be crunchy, otherwise, wasting valuable bread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tigers! View Post
    I voted something else.

    Vegemite sandwiches
    I was this close to down-voting a post...

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    Quote Originally Posted by seyorni View Post
    Heavy? Light? Kind of subjective, don't you think?
    Doesn't everyone think his personal preference is moderate/moderate?
    Not me! The more jam the merrier. I love jam.

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