J.M. Smucker is recalling some Jif peanut butter products due to salmonella

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Magenta

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I used to buy Smucker's jam, but I could never eat it all before it went moldy :unsure::giggle:

I didn't know they made peanut butter as well...

I usually buy PB that is just peanuts and salt :)
 

BeeThePeace

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I used to buy Smucker's jam, but I could never eat it all before it went moldy :unsure::giggle:

I didn't know they made peanut butter as well...

I usually buy PB that is just peanuts and salt :)
I like Valencia peanuts peanut butter.
 

ZNP

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I make my own bread. I wanted it to rise more so I switched from tap water to distilled water and saw about 20% increase in how much the bread rose. Tap water is filled with chlorine which kills the yeast.
 
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kaylagrl

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I make my own bread. I wanted it to rise more so I switched from tap water to distilled water and saw about 20% increase in how much the bread rose. Tap water is filled with chlorine which kills the yeast.

I don't make bread, but I do make apple butter! Made so much I had to give some away. lol
 

Genipher

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I make my own bread. I wanted it to rise more so I switched from tap water to distilled water and saw about 20% increase in how much the bread rose. Tap water is filled with chlorine which kills the yeast.
Have you tried making Friendship Bread? :devilish:
 

Genipher

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It's a sort of self-replicating dough. Fun to make (more of a sweet bread) but after awhile it takes over. You find yourself chucking loaves at everyone you know...but the dough just doesn't stop!