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MammaMia posted 4/6/2014 03:21 AM

Once a peanut butter jar is stored, how long can it be kept in the fridge and be safe to eat?

I had to use 3 teaspoons of peanut butter for a recipe and since I do not eat it much, I was just wondering....

Amazonia posted 4/6/2014 06:45 AM

Is it like, expensive all-natural PB? Or just a jar of Jif?

I have never had PB go bad. Especially if it's in the fridge. It might separate some, but if you stir it, it'll mix back up no problem.

Sad in AZ posted 4/6/2014 06:46 AM

Justin's nut butter-it comes in small pouches-in Walmart, it's $0.88 per pack.

Amazonia posted 4/6/2014 07:14 AM

Real Simple says 6 months once it's open.
http://www.realsimple.com/home-organizing/surprising-expiration-dates-10000000676079/print-index.html

Lucky2HaveMe posted 4/6/2014 10:11 AM

You store peanut butter in the fridge?

GabyBaby posted 4/6/2014 10:17 AM

You store peanut butter in the fridge?

Actually, yes and no.
If it is storebought, I don't bother. It has enough preservatives (chemicals) that it is safe in the pantry.

I always store the nut butters that I make myself in the fridge though, since I don't add anything to them other than a pinch of salt.

Crescita posted 4/6/2014 13:26 PM

Some Fry's (Kroger?) have fresh ground peanut butter machines. You buy it by weight and it's delicious.

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