View Poll Results: Which do you go for?

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  • Heavy PB / Heavy Jam

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Thread: Peanut Butter & Jelly Sandwiches

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    Veteran Member Tigers!'s Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Politesse View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Tigers! View Post
    I voted something else.

    Vegemite sandwiches
    I was this close to down-voting a post...
    That would have been most unkind.
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    Sapere aude Politesse's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tigers! View Post
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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...
    That would have been most unkind.
    Ah, but throwing a jar of vegemite into a discussion of things that taste good... such a shock to the system.

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    I like Santa Cruz creamy peanut butter and Bonne Maman jelly. Raspberry jelly is probably my favorite but since I've been buying Bonne Maman, I've been edging toward their blueberry. I like crunchy peanut butter just fine but I go through it faster. Then I have to stir another jar. It's just too much. I've got enough on my plate already. I had considered a peanut butter stirrer but the cleaning of it looks to be more involved. Overall, I think I'm better off sticking with the butter knife for stirring.
    I'm still making PB&J with these presumed healthy breads. I should stop that. PB&J is best on soft white bread and smashed down flat. It's been decades since I've done that. PB&J on a white bagel is good and very filling. It's lunch on the go all by itself.

    How thick of a layer? Just enough so it doesn't squeeze out the other side.
    Dwight

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    I voted.


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