Peanut Butter Day

Peanut Butter Day comes on January 23 of every year. Peanut Butter’s are very popular in all the countries. Peanut Butter’s are made from Dry Roasted Peanuts, but some ingredients will be added for more taste or texture. The US country is the leading exporter and consumes more than 800 Million of peanuts butter annually. The main two types of peanut butter are crunchy and smooth. In Smooth, the peanuts butter’s ground uniformly, and in Crunchy, some coarsely ground peanut fragments will be added for more taste and texture. Peanut Butter Day is a day to enjoy the taste of Peanut Butter.

History of Peanut Butter Day

The creator or inventor of Peanut Butter Day is still unknown. They didn’t come into existence until the 20th century. Initially, the peanut butter is considered as feed for animals until 1800. From the start of the 19th century, some of the inventions had changed the nuts as a retail and wholesale food item instead of using it as a nut at all. in 1890’s George Bayle, St.Louis Snack food maker started to make Peanut Butter. For many years they find difficult to separate oil from the Peanut. Heinz is the first company to adapt the peanuts into the spreadable butter in 1923.

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Peanut Butter Day

Joseph Rosefield was the first man to brought us the Peanut Butter that we peoples know and love today. With Homogenization, he able to separate oil from the Peanut solids. Then he sold that patent to the company which makes Peter Pan Peanut Butter. During World War II he supplied Peanut Butter to the military rations.

How to celebrate Peanut Butter Day

Celebrating Peanut Butter Day is quite simple and easy to remember. Make some Peanut Cookies and add Peanut Butter to it. Then enjoy with Dish with your family members or friends. You can use #Peanut Butter Day to post on social media.

There are nearly 1200 National Days, and you can celebrate every day with Happydays-365.com. Happy Peanut Butter Day.

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