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Old Tue, Oct-06-20, 03:03
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Plan: Atkins & IF / TRE
Stats: 000/000/000 Male 5' 10"
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Default what kind of peanut butter do you like to buy?

I like Santa Cruz creamy. Ingredients: Peanuts 'n salt. 14 servings - 28g net carbs per jar.

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Old Tue, Oct-06-20, 12:04
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Plan: Paleo 99.5%
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We never ate peanut butter with anything but peanuts, oil and salt growing up. So that's what I still eat. Trader Joe's is good.
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Old Tue, Oct-06-20, 12:52
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Plan: EF/Fung IDM/keto
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Since the Covid lockdown I haven't actually been to a grocery store since the second week of March. But I get free curbside pickup at Walmart and Target. Target has a far smaller selection of food items, but when you order there they usually have your order ready in an hour or two, whereas with Walmart you can't usually get your order until the following day.

But Walmart has a surprisingly huge selection. I buy their Teddie's All Natural peanut butter. Ingredient list is "dry roasted peanuts, salt",
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Old Tue, Oct-06-20, 13:20
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Plan: Keto (Atkins Induction)
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Vitacost organic brand (on-line).

Lots of chunky peanuts, and nothing but organic peanuts in the ingredients. You can get it salted too if you like.

Reasonable price and tastes great.

You have to stir it first, then refrigerate it, but I don't find that a problem.

https://www.vitacost.com/vitacost-c...runchy-unsalted

Bob
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Old Thu, Oct-08-20, 00:51
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Plan: Primal
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Canadian answer: in my early days of LCing, I had to either hunt out Adam's brand or go to Bulk Barn and make a huge mess scooping it out myself into a container. Now, Kraft does a natural PB and pretty much every grocery store has its own brand. I usually end up with Blue Menu or Compliments.
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