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I'm not a big lover of peanut butter, I do not buy it in bulk, as a single glass usually lasts for a few months I've noticed that it only takes a few days for a thick layer of oil to appear on my favorite peanut butter, a crispy spread of $ 3, which I always buy from Trader Joe's or smear a few pounds on some banana slices In the end, I slide my fork into the depth of the vessel and mix it until my hands ache. Even then, always a small film of oil floating on the vessel irritates me without end. (Related: The only almond butter recipe you'll ever need)
The same goes for almond butter. By the way: I keep opening nut butters when I open my glasses: How to make homemade peanut butter (it's so easy!))
As a recent article by LifeHacker shows, however, Reddit users have a very simple one Solution to avoid an oil spill caused by peanut butter, especially if you are buying natural or organic varieties. (Related: This simple hazelnut butter is much healthier than Nutella)
The magic trick? Simply store your peanut butter jar upside down. The natural oils accumulate at the top of the vessel, which in this case would be the bottom of the vessel (!).
As Redditors points out, this method works only for natural products ̵
This story originally appeared on CookingLight.com by Zee Krstic.