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Peanut butter

Crunchy Vs smooth  

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1 hour ago, sh#t waffle said:

The only time I would willingly eat smooth peanut butter is in a Reese's Peanut Butter Cup.

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I like both but prefer crunchy. In the midst of a UC flare crunchy peanut butter (and nuts/seeds generally) scrapes my insides to fuck so I see smooth as the medicinal option.


PB&J on toast is the absolute nuts.

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