Make Peanut Butter From Scratch

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If you want to make peanut butter at home but don’t have a food processor (or don’t want to have to clean it), British retailer Giles & Posner has one solution for you: a peanut butter maker, which not only processes peanuts, but can also be used on sunflower seeds, cashews, and macadamia nuts.

From the product description:

This novel appliance is an invaluable asset to food preparation, and a real treat to have in the kitchen. Select chunky or smooth texture depending on your taste, it makes macadamia, sunflower, cashew nut butters and more. The whole family can enjoy the experience, and benefit from healthy peanut butter, as there is no need to add any fats, oils or additives.

Unfortunately, the product currently ships only to European countries. If you want to mash some peanut butter up in your kitchen in the meantime, Howcast has a video explaining how you can.

(h/t Presurfer)

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