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Milk With Peanut Butter?


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One time I made a Nutella-Banana sandwich with those big slices of soft whole grain bread from Costco and I washed it down with a giant glass of milk. My stomach didn't handle it so well, but it was definitely worth it. That was maybe around 10 years ago and I still remember that moment.

I also have had PB&J with milk quite a few times in my life, back when I used to eat food like that when I was younger, it wasn't too bad.

 

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43 minutes ago, Das Texan said:

PB&J is great.

 

What type of PB?

What is the ideal jelly?

 

And milk is good with it, not as good as milk is with meat, but I  digress. 

I've always been a crunchy peanut butter fan. And for jelly, I guess classic grape jelly, although, usually I would pick Strawberry jam even though it's not technically a jelly, I guess.

 

I do like jams. jellies, marmelades and preserves of all kinds though. Apple, Pear, Grape, Orange, Strawberry, Blackberry, you get the idea. Now days I try not to eat too many sweets, but when I was younger, basically any flavor jelly or jam, I liked it. Except for some types of spicy flavored jellies, wasn't a big fan of those.

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8 hours ago, SirFishFan said:

I've always been a crunchy peanut butter fan. And for jelly, I guess classic grape jelly, although, usually I would pick Strawberry jam even though it's not technically a jelly, I guess.

 

I do like jams. jellies, marmelades and preserves of all kinds though. Apple, Pear, Grape, Orange, Strawberry, Blackberry, you get the idea. Now days I try not to eat too many sweets, but when I was younger, basically any flavor jelly or jam, I liked it. Except for some types of spicy flavored jellies, wasn't a big fan of those.

There's pear jelly? 

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