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post #16 of 185
Haven't had it in years. It's a weakness of mine, so I've done well to avoid it (plus it's also expensive in Seattle). <3 6+ lbs jars
post #17 of 185
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Originally Posted by mm84321 View Post
Think Skippy peanut butter, smooth, but a bit stickier.

I prefer making my own hazelnut/cashew butter. Much healthier, just as tasty.

That hazelnut/cashew butter sounds amazing.
post #18 of 185
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Originally Posted by Logan View Post
That hazelnut/cashew butter sounds amazing.

Yes, it's delectable. Just add a cup of hazelnuts and a 1/4 cup of cashews--for creaminess, due to their higher fat content--into a food processor, and then add either macadamia nut oil, or hazelnut oil (depending on how intense you want the hazelnut flavor) and blend until you've reached desired consistency; add a bit of kosher salt to taste, and try your best not to eat the whole batch.
post #19 of 185
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post #20 of 185
i had nutella once when i was overseas but found it too sweet

in australia we can only get one spread

post #21 of 185
I love nutella on pancakes. It's sooooo addictive
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post #23 of 185
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Originally Posted by Mr Herbert View Post
i had nutella once when i was overseas but found it too sweet

in australia we can only get one spread


lol what?

nutella is fkn everywhere!
post #24 of 185
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Originally Posted by Mr. White View Post
Nutella is the pitiful European version of peanut butter. It must come from cold, Alpine lands, because at room temperature in any American home, it drips out of your sandwich. For people who hate on peanuts so much, their local-nut substitute is total crap.

Actually Nutella is the kiddies version The good stuff I doubt even makes it out of Italy.

Oh BTW real peanut butter has oil sitting on the top.
post #25 of 185
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Originally Posted by mm84321 View Post
So, you're obese?

If 120 pounds is obese then yes I am.
post #26 of 185
I have an acquired childhood immunity -- it just looked gross to me when I would see it in the lunches of Italian kids in gradeschool. I never tried it, and assumed from the colour that it was chocolate, which just struck me as the weirdest thing to put on white bread. Oh, and of course in the childish, gradeschool way it also seriously looked like smeary shit.
post #27 of 185
The first "meal" I ever had in Paris was a nutella crepe. It is the first thing I eat whenever I return and I refuse to have one anywhere else.

It is on my final meal list.

lefty
post #28 of 185
on graham crackers or strawberries
post #29 of 185
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Originally Posted by Nicola View Post
Actually Nutella is the kiddies version The good stuff I doubt even makes it out of Italy.

Oh BTW real peanut butter has oil sitting on the top.

We get some good giandujas (chocolate-hazlenut spreads) at the fancy groceries in town. I bet most Whole Foods carry some better Italian spreads. They kick the shit out of Nutella. The ingredients list in Nutella really is disgusting.
post #30 of 185
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Originally Posted by iammatt View Post
Sophie Crepes in Japantown makes a great nutella and banana crepe.

I like the Fiorello's gelato they have too.
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