FAQ & Storing Peanut Butter & Honey Tips

All Natural Peanut Butter FAQ: Your Guide to Creamy Goodness!

We know you love the taste of all-natural peanut butter, but you might have some questions. Here's a breakdown of some common inquiries:

What's the difference between all-natural and regular peanut butter?

All-natural peanut butter is simply ground peanuts – that's it! No added sugars, hydrogenated oils, preservatives, or artificial flavors. Regular peanut butter may contain some or all of these ingredients for increased shelf life or specific textures.

Why is there oil on top?

Natural peanut butter doesn't contain stabilizers, so the natural peanut oil separates and rises to the top. Just give the jar a good stir before you dig in!

Does all-natural peanut butter need to be refrigerated?

Refrigeration isn't necessary, Stored in a cool, dry pantry, all-natural peanut butter will still be delicious for months!

How long does all-natural peanut butter last?

Unopened jars can last for up to a year in the pantry. Once opened, it's generally recommended to enjoy it within 3-5 months for the best quality.

Does all-natural peanut butter separate?

As mentioned before, the oil separation is natural. A good stir is all it takes to bring it back together.

Is all-natural peanut butter healthy?

Absolutely! It's a great source of protein, healthy fats, vitamins, and minerals. Just be mindful of portion sizes, as peanuts are calorie-dense.

Does all-natural peanut butter taste different?

Some people find the all-natural variety to have a richer, more authentic peanut flavor compared to regular peanut butter. Ultimately, it comes down to personal preference!

Is your peanut butter gluten free?

Yes! All of it is gluten free.

Is any of your peanut butter vegan?

Yes, the following flavors are vegan: Original, Cinnamon, Spicy, and Maple Crunch

Do you have any allergy warnings?

Peanuts are a common allergen. If you or someone in your household has a peanut allergy, please avoid this product and consult with a healthcare professional.

We hope this FAQ helps you enjoy all-natural peanut butter to the fullest!


Raw Honey FAQ: Unfiltered Goodness Explained!

Raw honey has become increasingly popular for its perceived health benefits and natural taste. But what exactly is it, and how does it differ from regular honey? Here's a breakdown of some common questions about raw honey:

What is raw honey?

Raw honey is honey in its purest form. After bees collect nectar from flowers, they store it in the honeycomb. Raw honey is extracted from the honeycomb and simply filtered through a coarse sieve to remove large bee parts. It's not heated above 104 degrees, pasteurized, or processed in any way.

How is raw honey different from regular honey?

Regular honey goes through additional processing steps like heating over 104 degrees and filtering. This helps extend shelf life and creates a smoother texture, but it may also destroy some of the enzymes and antioxidants naturally present in honey.

What are the benefits of raw honey?

Raw honey is believed to contain more beneficial nutrients, enzymes, and antioxidants compared to regular honey. However, more research is needed to confirm the extent of these benefits. Some people also prefer the taste and aroma of raw honey, which can be more floral and complex.

Does raw honey have any health risks?

Raw honey can contain small amounts of bacteria that are typically harmless to healthy adults. However, infants and people with weakened immune systems should avoid raw honey due to the potential risk of botulism.

Does raw honey crystallize?

Yes, raw honey crystallizes more readily than regular honey because it hasn't been heat-treated to prevent crystallization. This is a natural process and doesn't affect the quality of the honey. You can easily soften crystallized honey by placing the jar in warm water.

How should I store raw honey?

Store raw honey in a cool, dark place like your pantry. Refrigeration is not necessary and can actually accelerate crystallization.

How long does raw honey last?

Raw honey has a very long shelf life due to its natural sugars and low moisture content. Properly stored, raw honey can last for years, even decades.

Is raw honey worth it?

I think so!

We hope this FAQ helps you make an informed choice about raw honey!