Labels on this type of peanut butter, typically advise “stirring” the product to mix any separated peanut oil back in. I never do that. What I do instead, is to turn the jar upside down and wait for the oil to settle at the other end. This way, the oil gets mixed in just through normal usage and I don’t have to try and stir a full jar of peanut butter. If I have my wits about me and I’m planning ahead I’ll store the jar upside down to begin with.
Forlee’s jar, named the “Easy PB&J Jar” is perfectly suited for my consumption habits. My one possible caveat about his jar: leakage. When storing an opened jar of peanut butter upside down, I have been known to set it on a saucer—just in case I haven’t twisted the lid tightly enough. But, come to think of it, since peanut oil tends to rise to the top, maybe I’m worrying for no reason. The beauty of his elegantly simple solution is that, with this jar, I could always open my peanut butter at the end where the oil was not. Naturally, the label for this peanut butter would need to be an ambigram!
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