How do I find natural peanut butter? What is the brand?Yes. Peanut butter is very good for you except a lot of it has a lot of sugar added. Go for the natural stuff. People may tell you it has a lot of fat but don't worry about it, I think it does but it's healthy fat, just like avocados.
I can find it in most grocery stores around me, just look for "Natural" on the label. Most of the major peanut butter companies now offer it. And check the ingredients, like most food at the grocery store, the fewer ingredients, the healthier it is.How do I find natural peanut butter? What is the brand?
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Why don't you use a spoon instead of your bike?I gave an extra PB and banana sandwich to a bonked XC rider, who was practicing at Sea Otter... seemed to work for him. I haven't bothered bringing them since, but maybe for a 3+ hour ride, after I get bored of more rapidly absorbed dried fruit snacks.
I eat an embarrassing amount of natural PB off the bike.
I love it. I eat PB&J sandwiches, and like an English muffin with peanut butter in the morning. Before long rides or events, I'll have a toasted bagel smothered in peanut butter. Sometimes on long rides, I'll carry a couple Crustables - frozen, crustless PB&J sandwiches...brilliant!Does anyone still eat peanut butter sandwiches?
I haven't touch peanut butter for very long time.
would it be good for bikers?