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"peanut" Discussed on Baby-Led Weaning Made Easy

Baby-Led Weaning Made Easy

08:10 min | 3 d ago

"peanut" Discussed on Baby-Led Weaning Made Easy

"It with another agent or ingredient that can thin it out a few ideas for you. I like yogurt now. Your does the milk product though. You have to make sure your baby's already been exposed to cow's milk protein a number of times without reaction so you might do yogurt in week. One of baby led weaning and then peanuts in week two and because your baby's already had yogurt a number of times without reaction in week one. It's perfectly fine to mix that with the peanut butter however we don't do to new allergenic foods for the first time at the same time because it's baby reacted. How would you know which one that reacting to so back to the yogurt you stir it. I generally start with a one to one ratio. But then i will usually have to add more yogurt depends. I'll take yoga's dental take. Your peanut butter is but you like to see it do is slide easily off of the back of your spoon so take a big gulp of it turned upside down and should slide right off of there if it sticks at all. He could stick to the roof of your baby's mouth so you might have to get it quite thin. You could also do this. Thinned-out approach of mixing peanut butter with breast milk or with formula or unsweetened applesauce but basically the key is to make it very thin. So it doesn't stick to the roof the baby's mouth now parents will always ask after that will. How much peanut should i be offering. Because sometimes they'll see things you need to offer x. Number of grams a week and i want you guys to know that there are no guidelines about exactly how much of the allergenic food protein we should be offering if you look at the leap study in that study. They offered six grams of peanut protein fed over the course of one week so equivalent to about three teaspoons of peanut butter and sometimes parents will say well. I saw on the leap study that they did six grams of peanut protein in a week. So that's what i'm going to aim for. You can do that if you want to. If you're that organizing care that much. But i want you to know that it's not based on any hard and fast guideline. We don't say this is exactly how much you have to feed. Because there's also nothing to say that if the researchers had included more or less than six grams of peanut protein per week in that trial that it would have any more or less effective at preventing peanut allergy the guideline for the introduction of all of the allergenic foods is to do these foods early and often and sometimes parents will get frustrated. Like can you just tell me how many times and tell me how many grams like. I'm not going to make something up the answers early and often and so what that means. We don't just offer at once right. A baby could react and they generally tend to react on the second or subsequent exposure. If you're living in a house that has peanuts in at your babies ben exposed to peanuts from environmental exposures. There's very interesting studies. That measure the amount of peanut dust in a typical householder on a infants or on an infant's crib sheet. And then that's what counts as the first exposure so just because it's the first time it's going in your baby's mouth doesn't mean it's the first time the baby has been exposed to it but your baby could react on the second and the third so i generally do five or six times to introduce that allergenic food over the course of a weekend. I'll do it twice on friday. Peanut butter twice on saturday and twice on sunday. And then you've done it six times with no other new foods in there. Of course you're welcome to incorporate previous or familiar foods from earlier days. That the baby's already tried. But give your baby that early exposure do it a number of times and then start working that food into your repertoire of foods that your baby can eat because we don't just offer the food ones and say oh. Check it off the list. We did it. We want to be incorporated that food including the allergenic foods like peanuts back into the diet early and often. Now what if you don't want to do the thinned out peanut. Butter approach some other ideas. Are you can use peanut flour. Sometimes parents ask about peanut butter powder. I don't know if you're familiar with those. But it's kind of like this diet thing that was developed for adults to make defended peanut flour and one of the most fabulous things about peanuts. Is that full of fat. Babies need fat for their brain development and a lot of the peanut butter powder products will have either added sugar or artificial sweeteners. Which both of those things may be should not have so. Don't go get a defended peanut product. I mean you could because technically all that's left is the peanut protein. They tend to be really expensive and again. They tend to be like an adult diet product. So i prefer peanut flour so if your baby has had a few of the other ingredients in typical baked goods you could make no added sugar peanut flour. Pancakes you can stirred into oatmeal can take regular peanut butter and stirred into oatmeal. But you have to do a lot of oatmeal in order to make it thin enough. But there are other ways to incorporate peanut protein. Another option if you really wanna go. Low stress and low. Meth is to do a baby. Peanut butter puff. And i like the peanut butter puffs from a company called puff works. They make a product called. Puff works baby. And these fabulous. They've been out for a few years now and i love them. Because in that leap trial they actually looked at a peanut product. It's called bomba and bomba is a food. It's an israeli food product and the original researchers were looking. At peanut allergy incidents in prevalence in populations of children in israel compared to some in the united states and in israel. Bomba is a peanut butter. Puff that children and babies eat all the time and they found the much lower rates of peanut allergy in the israeli population. Because those were the kids who are eating bomba very early. And that's when the researchers like oh the early introduction. That's the only thing. That's different here doubts. What's protecting them against the peanut allergy down the road. So bomba is the brand if you guys shop at trader. Joe's it's just brandon trader. Joe's and it's at that's bomba. You can find it in regular grocery stores. You can find it online. I don't love bomba because they tend to be quite crispy. We don't normally feed crispy crunchy foods to babies. Plus they have added sugar in some of the types that you can find and they also have too much salt for babies so they're not an ideal baby food but the concept getting the bb's peanut protein. Okay that's good. Puff works took this concept and improved upon it by making a product that doesn't have any added sugar. That's the softest peanut butter puff on the market. So it dissolves easily on the baby's tongue and it only has a smidge of sodium for a preservative. So i don't really advocate for. The inclusion of homeless any packaged foods for baby led weaning. But i really like puff works baby because again softest one out there it's also perfect. Siser they look like cheetos at. I love the people efforts. But i don't feel bad saying the puff rooks. Peanut butter taste like stale penaflor. Cheetos get. I'm not a huge peanut butter fan. So but i love the size of them because they're shaped like a cheeto about the size of your adult pinkie finger. Which is the perfect size for baby to pick up and feed themselves. So i think this is a good brand or product because it helps take the stress and the mess out of starting peanuts with your baby and i am an affiliate for puff works. I love their company. I love supporting small businesses. i love their founder. He was on the podcast at a previous episode. He is a hoot. He's actually a food allergy. Dad's a link to that episode in the show notes. For this one at beale w podcasts dot com. But if you want to check out. Puff works my code. Baby lead works for ten percent off. I recommend getting a case of puff works peanut to start. It's i think twelve bags and usually use like a third of a bag so you might use like three bags over the course of three days. And then you'll have three other three other weeks worth of peanut and that's a great way to get your baby started. And then you're a month or two into baby weaning and you can move on to some of the other peanut foods. They also have on the now. They just released an almond baby. Puff works product that almond product has peanuts in it because it was processed in the facility. Where the peanut also is so. The peanut one doesn't have treat edited but the treaty went does peanut in it. And basically you want to do the tree nut or the almond puff after that. So if you're online shopping puffer dot com a case of peanut. A case of almond is good to get started again. That code is baby led so to wrap it up. Don't forget we wanna do peanut early and often we don't know exactly. How much are we. Don't know exactly how often most babies should start around six months of age if your baby is at high risk for peanut allergy of course consult with your pediatrician or your pediatric allergist. Who will give you your proper course and have tons of other information about food our. She's as well as food allergy prevention. And what to do if your baby does have an allergic reaction to food. You can find all of those episodes lined up on the website for this podcast which is b. l. w. podcast dot com. Were over one hundred. Sixty episodes in to the podcast. There's tons of great content on there. If you go on the website or you're looking on your phone can actually save the episodes that you want to listen to but peanut is certainly one of the first allergenic foods that i recommend feeding her baby. And if you've started solid foods with your baby but you haven't done peanut yet. Put it on the calendar for this week and make it this week's allergenic food because it's a really important one too early and.

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"peanut" Discussed on Baby-Led Weaning Made Easy

Baby-Led Weaning Made Easy

07:37 min | 3 d ago

"peanut" Discussed on Baby-Led Weaning Made Easy

"And if the thought of feeding your baby peanuts makes you panic. I want you to hang tight. Because i'm gonna tell you a few ways that you can safely offer peanuts even if you don't like peanut butter i personally am not a huge peanut butter fan but there are some work arounds but we do want to get that peanut protein into your baby early and often because there's actually quite good data from a study called the leap study which will talk about in today's episode. That indicates that early introduction of peanut protein helps protect against peanut allergy. And that's really amazing. Because if you think about even as recent as twenty years ago i know when i was studying to be a dietitian. All of the guidance from the american academy of pediatrics and based on the research at the time was always advise parents to hold on introducing a lot of the allergenic foods until after the baby is one now with some of the new research. That's come out in the updated guidelines. We've really shifted towards much earlier. In infancy at or around the six month. Mark for most of the allergenic foods. We're gonna talk about when peanut might need to be fed a little bit earlier in a second but if you're getting guidance or information about delaying the introduction of allergenic foods because you've been told that will prevent food allergy. I want you to know that that is not true. That's old data. And i oftentimes will encounter parents who say things like. Oh my doctor told me not to feed those foods until after the baby turned one. And i say you know. That's the recommendation from over twenty years ago. It's really important that we stay current on research and we have great research about peanuts and why we need to introduce them early. I'll be sharing a few ways that you can do peanuts if you don't love peanut butter i'm also going to be sharing some ways that you can make peanut butter safe but we do not feed thick globs of peanut butter to babies. That's a huge choking hazard but we do wanna get it in early and often so let's dive in all about peanuts and how to safely feed peanuts for baby weaning all right. So what's the deal with peanut allergy. Even though you hear a lot about peanut allergy and peanut allergy all food allergies are certainly on the rise. There still a very low relative risks that you're going to have a reaction to any of the allergenic foods or peanut in particular but it could have okay. Peanut allergy is one of the most common pediatric food allergies. That's why i recommend. Starting peanut milk and egg within the first three weeks of doing baby led weaning. And if you follow my five step feeding framework. I show you how to introduce five new a week. We always do the new allergenic food of the week on friday. And i teach about that five-step feeding framework in my free online workshop called baby led weaning for beginners a link to this week's workshop times on the show notes page for this episode at be l. w. podcast dot com. If you wanna get more info about giving your baby is safe. Start to solid foods now for the pediatric peanut allergy. About a quarter of kids. Who get peanut allergies will outgrow them. And then of those who do outgrow it most will have done so by eight years of age however there certainly are some cases that progress beyond that when we talk about peanut allergy as i mentioned we have very good data about it so we know that children who are at higher risk of developing peanut allergy. We kind of have a different set of guidelines for the introduction for them. But i wanna clarify. What high risk is for you to think about your baby and think does this mean my babies at high risk and even here babies at high risk. We're gonna talk about what you do. But a lot appearance. Think their babies are at high risk when they're really not so just that we're all on the same page. Children are considered to be at high risk for developing peanut allergy. If they have severe eggs. Emma is they have egg allergy. Or if they have both. And i'll say that again because i think you might have missed a key word parents here eggs and they're like yeah. That's my baby severe eczema so if your baby has had severe eczema as diagnosed by your pediatric dermatologists or a pediatric allergist or if the baby has an egg allergy already or both of those things then that puts the baby at high risk for peanut allergy. The great majority of you listening. Don't have babies that fall in either or both of those categories and so you need to be introducing peanuts at or around the six month mark. There's also a crossover between peanut allergy and trina algae. If you're allergic to one type of food you are at higher risk for being allergic to another category of foods but it doesn't necessarily mean you're at high risk so children with peanut allergy have somewhere between twenty five and forty percent risk of being allergic to tree nuts so if the baby is diagnosed with peanut allergy. It's always a good idea to test for trina allergy. They're certainly people who have allergies to both or one or the other but tree nuts and peanut it is important to note are two separate. Food allergy categories. Now why do we feed peanuts to babies. Well a lot of this has to do from the leap study. Leap stands for learning early about peanuts and this was a study that was designed to introduce peanuts early to high risk. Infants and what this study showed was that early. Introduction to peanut protein reduced the child's risk of developing peanut allergy by an astonishing eighty six percent. So again that's very good data to support this idea that we introduced babies and expose them peanuts early and often so. When should we start offering peanuts. Generally around the six month mark based on the leap results the national institutes of health made an official recommendation. And they said that infants who are at high risk remember. Those are the ones with severe eczema or egg. Allergy are both that group. The high risk group should start peanut between four and six months of age. One thing i'd like to point out is that it has not been determined if starting at four or five months provides any greater protection than if you start at six months and because babies should not have anything except breast milk or formula up until the six month mark. Many families in the high risk category are perfectly fine to be starting peanut at six months of age when they're introducing other solid foods. We just have to be cognizant that if the baby is at high risk if you get clearance from the practitioner that when you start solid foods you're including peanut if that's part of your protocol now. Infants are considered to be at medium risk if they have mild to moderate eczema and no egg allergy and those babies should start at six months and then low risk infants no eggs. Ima no egg allergy. they can start peanuts. The guidance says if their parents want them to. And if you are apparent listening with the baby at low risk you should want to introduce peanuts because we know that early introduction helps prevent peanut allergy down the road. So how do we safely introduce peanuts for babies. As i mentioned thick globs of peanut butters in nut butters can be a choking hazard for babies. They can easily become lodged on the roof of the mouth terry challenging for the infant to clear that from their airway safely because of the sticky nature of it so peanut butter in the form that you or i might eat it off. Spoon right out of the jar is not ideal now. We can make peanut butter safer for babies and we do that by thinning out the peanut butter so first. Let's talk about what type of peanut butter we select. We wanna look for unsweetened and unsalted right. We never give babies anything with added sugar and we want to minimize added salt to the greatest extent. Possible so you might have to do a little bit of sleuthing because many of the peanut butter options at your standard grocery store would have a lot of sugar and a lot of salt but you can certainly find a number of different brands of peanut butter. That has no salt and has no sugar. Now you also want to avoid crunchy peanut butter. We don't feed any crunchy or crispy foods to babies as that could also be a choking hazard so you take your peanut butter with no salt. No sugar and if it's the natural stir it to get the protein and the fat mixed together again. And then we're gonna mix.

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Pros & Cons of Mass Gainer Shakes

Mind Pump

02:04 min | 2 weeks ago

Pros & Cons of Mass Gainer Shakes

"What are the pros and cons of gainer protein guy. The room now. Do you know if they're not as worse. They're they're not as popular as they used to be. That's why don't you. Oh bro you would light up the room. If you have a lot of these these are the ones that come in. These huge canisters. Like this big. You take nine hundred hazard lisa time. This was a huge market in the nineties. Not so much now but in the nineties this was one of the big moneymakers. And you know like I think twin lab gainers fuel was one of the ones that was starting to be popular site. Oh gainer or cytokine heavyweight gainer nine hundred that wants to exist and meghan ask him out and what they would do is the the number kept going up. I remember it was like the masking or worse. So be like five hundred calories a shake and then the nine hundred thou- it got the point where there were shakes. that were four thousand calories. How did they make that happen. They will they pack 'em full of of carbohydrates a bucket for a fucking san. That was the other i remember. The first time i bought masking or four thousand was literally looked like a paint bucket. And i am like. Oh my god. They fit four thousand calories in a serving. then i open the lid and there was a scoop in there. I'm not exaggerating that big and you put it was. It was like six servings in the bucket shovel. dude. I put it in. the blender. Turn it on and is like my mom's like old school high-powered blender was almost gonna break wall and wonder and then you have to add whole milk to the whole thing so all right pros and cons pros convenient cheap way to get lots of calories cons yet. Yeah it's not the best calories. It's a lot of multiple dextra and cheap protein typically In food is better Other pro- it's sometimes easier drink calories when you're trying to force feed i guess yourself if your hard gainer i can see the value here. I think though you're probably better off buying a high quality protein shake and then adding style adding food oats fruit and berries. Peanut butter

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Piedmont Offering $30,000 to Captains and Upgrading First Officers

Airplane Geeks Podcast

02:12 min | 2 weeks ago

Piedmont Offering $30,000 to Captains and Upgrading First Officers

"Our first story comes up. Wait a minute where is this from pedley. Paddle your own canoe dot com. I didn't notice that. I'm not sure what that is but rob Pilots at piedmont seem to be making out financially pretty well these days well in terms of it's all relative to regional airline pilots but regional airline money has certainly gone up over the last few years From what we used to talk about pilots being paid peanuts and and they're making better but this time what really irked. Everybody was that the pilots got bonuses and the flight flight attendants are still arguing trying to get a contract and many people in the labor movement. Thought that was rather unfair and One of the comments. I saw this story was of course. It's unfair. that's what they have unions for because they have to fight for things like that. And i it never fails to amaze me that. Ceo's of any any organization can do things like that and say oh those people over there. Oh we we don't even see them they just don't exist But but hang on keep you know. Keep your dedication To the company going. Because we'll take care of you one of these days It's tough to Tough to stomach. I guess so. We should explain that. Piedmont is a wholly-owned subsidiary of american airlines it operates under the american eagle brand it's a regional carrier so Piedmont says they struck a deal with the alpa union. Where captains would receive a thirty thousand dollar retention bonus in november and additionally current i officers would get thirty thousand dollars. Also if and when they're promoted to captain

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36 Minutes (MM #3811)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 weeks ago

36 Minutes (MM #3811)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason, if you're a hot dog lover, you've probably seen the news about how bad hot dogs are for you. Researchers out of the University of Michigan have done a study of more than 5800 foods and rank them by their nutritional disease burden. Not their nutritional value, but really just the opposite. And basically what they came up with, a beef hot dog on a bun, results in 36 minutes in your loss of life. Now, there are other foods you can consume to basically go back and improve your life. For example, a peanut butter and jelly sandwich can add 33 minutes to your life. No, I don't know if they get specific about what kind of peanut butter would jelly what kind of bread. But it's kind of interesting to see that every food item does have some value or lack thereof. Anymore, if I eat a hot dog once or twice a year, it's a shock, not because I don't love them, but just because I like those fancy hot dogs. The one you buy at the hot dog stands, we just don't have that many of them left. I guess if you eat a hot dog and then eat a peanut butter and jelly sandwich together, you're only losing three minutes.

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36 Minutes (MM #3811)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 weeks ago

36 Minutes (MM #3811)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason, if you're a hot dog lover, you've probably seen the news about how bad hot dogs are for you. Researchers out of the University of Michigan have done a study of more than 5800 foods and rank them by their nutritional disease burden. Not their nutritional value, but really just the opposite. And basically what they came up with, a beef hot dog on a bun, results in 36 minutes in your loss of life. Now, there are other foods you can consume to basically go back and improve your life. For example, a peanut butter and jelly sandwich can add 33 minutes to your life. No, I don't know if they get specific about what kind of peanut butter would jelly what kind of bread. But it's kind of interesting to see that every food item does have some value or lack thereof. Anymore, if I eat a hot dog once or twice a year, it's a shock, not because I don't love them, but just because I like those fancy hot dogs. The one you buy at the hot dog stands, we just don't have that many of them left. I guess if you eat a hot dog and then eat a peanut butter and jelly sandwich together, you're only losing three minutes.

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Always Hungry Before Bed? Heres What to Do

Food Heaven Podcast

02:10 min | 3 weeks ago

Always Hungry Before Bed? Heres What to Do

"Wanna give just some recommendations that might be helpful because i mean for whatever reason like if you are hungry close to bed time you do want to try to give yourself some amount of time to digest your food because it takes a few hours for the stomach to empty out and i don't know about y'all but if you e- right before bed for me i get like major reflux. I get cramping and that makes a lotta sense. Because you're you're still digesting your food and you know if you're laying down your food that could be a formula for disaster and i've seen this for a lot of people that i work with so if this is your experience where you're like eating close bedtime you notice that you're having some discomfort. I would recommend timing things out a little bit. It can be lose but just timing things out so that you give yourself at least a couple of hours So if you're like. Oh or what i've done is because you know. Sometimes you can't really time these things out. If i happen to get really hungry at nine. Pm i'll try to watch a show or something to like. Just keep myself engaged instead of just falling asleep right after so that my body can like digest most of the food that i just ate some people like i said they experienced the reflux other digestive issues and also like eating right before bed. It can impact sleep quality. And how many times to wake up after falling asleep because also like when you're eating i mean usually there's like some amount of fluids in the Eating but also you know like a lot of people like to drink water. Have a beverage as part of the meal. This not that they're having and so you know you might find yourself waking up a few times throughout the night to p because of that meal that you had right before bedtime so and that could be uncomfortable so just keeping that in mind Such a good point. And also i think it's. It's the amount of putin. It's what you're eating. Because absolutely i know for myself hundred percent i can eat meal before bed but i usually can have a snag and and certain snacks. Nay not cause any problems. Like i've noticed if i just have like a scoop of peanut butter. Some nut. Something like

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The Best Food Choices to Lower Your Blood Sugar

Dishing Up Nutrition

02:18 min | Last month

The Best Food Choices to Lower Your Blood Sugar

"Talk a little bit about. Maybe the best food choices to lower that number. Yeah so yeah. A lot of our longtime listeners will know we talk about the three main macronutrients. We talk about our fats are. Proteins are carbohydrates are we. Sometimes you call them are pfc so we know that fat. Let's start with those facts like butter. Olive oil bacon grease avocado oil and other good fats. They do not have an effect on our blood sugar. In fact they so they do not raise our glucose number they actually keep. Our blood glucose stabilized in a good place. So i would encourage you to start thinking about with your meal. Start choosing those good fats and incorporating a tablespoon of some of those good natural fats and a customer. We gave some examples of things like butter olive oil avocado oil. That would be about a tablespoon otherwise about a half of an avocado is about the equivalent of a tablespoon of oil or butter And same thing about two tablespoons of peanut butter or almond butter. Those nut butters. That'll get you right in that same ballpark so we want good fats to anchor those blood sugars we want some protein in their protein affects the blood sugar a little bit but usually not very much so adding three to four ounces of some meat fish eggs at that the fat so maybe that's a couple of eggs those two ounces of pork or turkey sausage that we mentioned earlier and then we have our carbohydrates so all carbohydrates do break down into sugar in the body but some do so more than others some do so faster than others so our vegetables or or the things that we pull out of the ground tend to have a much lower effect on our blood sugar so if we combine say some of that sausage and had cooked that up in some butter put some green beans on that plate and maybe a half a cup of carrots or half a cup of black beans or half a cup of some of those leftover roasted potatoes. That's just enough to give you that. Normal blood sugar again. Give you that little boost in energy bump up that blood sugar just a little bit but not too much so that you're spiking blood sugar or that you're crashing later

Ted Lasso: Lessons on Leadership From a Fictional Character

The Lead

02:08 min | Last month

Ted Lasso: Lessons on Leadership From a Fictional Character

"I for anyone who has the unfortunate fate of not having watched head lasso yet. What are you even doing people. How would you describe the character of ted lasso. So i think ted so is it shouldn't be a serious character right. This is a college football coach from kansas. Who is going over to coach. Manage in the english premier league. The whole setup feels absurd. Which i think is why the character seems to work so well because this guy is a. He's folksy. he has these things he will say. I mean come on. Sam was more open than the jar peanut butter on my kitchen counter. That's right y'all don't know. I like to keep the peanut butter open. That way whenever i walk back and just stick my finger and yet he has this inner goodness that i think when when he comes across people that they seem to react to you coaching football make. You are a legend for doing something. So i mean it's meno murdy well you know. I've heard that tune before. But here i am still dancing. Ted last. So is the quintessential mid western kindness guy. You know a guy who wants to do well in the world treat other people the right way and just kind of live life with optimism and kindness and all those like grape characteristics that we'd all like to have. Yeah i think it really is his relentless optimism. That wins you over in the show. Is there a particular scene in the series that you think really captures that element of his personality. You know i was thinking about this. In the first episode. He's gone over to england. He's been introduced to the media. He talks to the team. And everybody's obviously it's not going well and then him and coach beard kind of redecorate the office. They put up the john wooden pyramid of success. They put up. All these american touchstones like muhammad ali poster in the miracle on ice poster all in the office. And then roy kent the kind of the you know. The quintessential english footballer. He comes in the office and he calls him ronald mcdonald and i think he uses an expletive and then he leaves the office and ten lasso goes he thinks may now wait. We win them over if he thinks he's mad. Now wait until we win them over.

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Katie Kitamura Talks About Intimacies

The Book Review

02:00 min | Last month

Katie Kitamura Talks About Intimacies

"K. Kimura joins us now from somali tennessee to talk about her new novel. Intimacies katie. hi hi family. Thanks so much for having me. Thanks for being here and from sony. What are you doing there. I am taking part in the swannee writers conference which is a gathering of. i think almost two hundred writers. And there's a series of workshops and readings and many many dinners and late nights all right. That sounds very un. Quarantine like yeah. It's a little bit of a shock. I think everybody's adjusting to the experience of being in a room with other people than trying to remember socialize. You know that actually brings us to the subject of this novel. Because i i do feel like we're all relearning how to socially communicate with peanut person and not on a screen and i feel like when i see someone now. I'm like hello. I am a person and i just everything like slightly off and this book. Intimacies is in part about language and communication. And you tell us in your own words. The premise of the book. The novel is about a woman who moves from new york to the hague in the netherlands to take a job working as an interpreter. At a war crimes tribunal and very quickly she becomes entangled in a series of professional and personal situations which destabilize for a sense of the world around her and also her place in it and a lot of the novel is really occupied by her. Not only doing the interpretive work in her in the court in her professional context but also in our own life as she can scans people around her and tries to understand what they're feeling what their motivations might be how they're reacting to her so when you said that it's a little bit related to the way i think we're all feeling i certainly feel like a kind of almost hypersensitivity every time i meet a person. Now as i'm trying to relearn all the cues of body language and and everything else that is part of how we interact with people

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Tokyo Games Week Two Begins

ESPN Daily

01:54 min | Last month

Tokyo Games Week Two Begins

"So you are man. In tokyo we talked to you last when you were marveling at the robots sinking half court shots at the men's basketball games. Were going to get to men's basketball on a sack. We'll get to russell. Westbrook ben simmons because my soul still has not recovered from that saga with the sixers. But you're on the precipice of week two of the olympics and the last time we talked to you you were extraordinarily disoriented and you had a giant jar of peanut butter. So what's the mood in tokyo. These days the japanese are doing great and he's olympics ryan windhorst a week into covering the olympics from tokyo. They've won more gold medals than they ever had seen olympics. There are still protests happening but From watching the reaction of the japanese success and talking to my friends who are consuming japanese media the games have come a long way in the eyes of the japanese. and so. that's kind of ben this This whole this whole experience. You make the best of your situation. And the japanese have made the best of it and and are thriving are yes so i know you're you're still in quarantine right but you're getting out to see events and stuff. What did you see today. Yeah i went to the men's golf today and For the first time since the gulf became a sport again The us wanted the andrew. Shaw flea who is number five ranked player in the world. Outduel tedeschi matsuyama the favorite to win and the masters champion and they were actually in the final round together at augusta the masters and when mets yama one and on that day Softly cut a joke. He was in choke position. Today i was walking out. There was ninety degrees hundred. Four heat index all sweating a no fans but a lot of the volunteers for their cheering. Matsuyama on and he could have very easily blown this but he made a couple of great saves and that was great to document

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'Locker Room Syndrome' Drives Men to Think Big

Sex with Dr. Jess

01:50 min | Last month

'Locker Room Syndrome' Drives Men to Think Big

"There's actually this. Study is a study by annabelle chan and they looked at data from forty three different countries with men. Eighteen seventy six years old and what they found was that they're actually more concerned about. Their penis is outside of the bedroom so they called it locker room syndrome. So they're kind of more concerned about what other people think as opposed to actually concerned about how pena size affects sexual function or sexual performance or how they're perceived sexually all. I would definitely agree with that. I remember the first time playing hockey and showering in the in the locker room and being so uncomfortable about it. But i played on a competitive team and we traveled and your parents eventually the point where they saying. I don't want this stinky thirteen year old kid in my car on a wednesday night for two hours reading. Take a shower after the game So then you started taking a shower and it was just this awkwardness where you're in the room. And you know perhaps some of the guy and again. This is a long time ago. Some of the guys which our some of them wouldn't and there's that initial kind of discomfort of getting naked in front of other men and again. This is a while ago. And i feel very differently now and then the funny thing is is. I remember my grandfather growing up. Who was very quote unquote macho and and all those sorts of things saying to me. One day when i- cowered in a room getting changed putting on a swimsuit. He's like we all have the same stuff he's he said. Just no one's focusing on it. Just get changed. It's not a big deal. You don't have to go hide in the corner but it's this weird being pulled in different directions. You're supposed to cover up all the time you're not supposed to show it. You're supposed to talk about it. You're supposed to say how big it like. These silly games that we play and again this is just reflecting on my experience. Grew up playing hockey and being a kid and the whole peanuts conundrum. If you

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What Makes Squirrels so Adaptable?

Short Wave

02:31 min | 2 months ago

What Makes Squirrels so Adaptable?

"You're living in north america there are several common species of squirrels and chipmunks two of the kind of most ubiquitous species that you're going to see our grey squirrels and fox squirrels. But besides those two species Red squirrels and eastern chipmunks both of which are also quite widespread in the united states and these species charlotte says have thrived despite the dangers of urban environments. There's the presence of the threats that people themselves might present infrastructure changes so habitats often get fragmented. There's vehicles now that they have to watch out for there's novel predators things like domestic dogs and cats And these are all things that are kind of these new challenges and so she wondered are there aspects of screw behavior their personalities that have made them so adaptable some of the behavioral things that we study when we catch the squirrels. We are measuring a number of different behavioral traits. What we call basically animal personality traits. And they're not this kind of anthropomorphized version of personality that we like to ascribe to our pets per se but more focused on things like boldness activity levels exploratory. Behavior aggression right. So can you describe your typical dangerfield. When you're studying these animals. Yes so writing early. Wake up call. I'm usually up at about four thirty in the morning. Oh during the field season so we there's different methods that can be employed for trapping. But because we're working in public places we don't leave our traps overnight. Zoom we catch them. We do our sample collection and behavioral tests. Everything's done in the field so that we can get in animal back to their environment. You know as quickly as possible so generally we have the animals with us for thirty minutes to maybe forty minutes maximum. And do you use the debate. Yes so they. They have a great fondness for peanut butter. So that is our primary bait but we're hiring some other options as well. We're playing around with Different types of nuts and seeds All sorts of

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James Clear on the Imortance of Building Good Habits

You Need a Budget

02:19 min | 2 months ago

James Clear on the Imortance of Building Good Habits

"What attracted you to the idea of habits. Why did it resonate with your audience. Well they're probably multiple reasons. I mean one thing is you're building habits whether you're thinking about them or not. Garrett body is doing brain is doing all the time to get through life and pattern matching into just live more efficiently depending on which study you look at somewhere between forty to fifty percent of. Your behaviors are automatic and habitual. But that's usually referencing just stuff that like you think about like Brushing her teeth. You're tying your shoes or pulling your phone out of your pocket to check it. And i think the true influence your assets even greater than that you know who knows what the number is. seventy eighty. Ninety percent of your behaviors are either habitual or influenced strongly by your habits. So take for example. Checking your phone. I mean you could be standing in line at the grocery store. Just you know waiting for something of an extra peanut three minutes and you just kind of out of habit. Pull your phone out. Will you may think carefully about responding to that. Email that you're reading or you know a whatever you're reading on social media or playing video game but that menu of options the behavior that you're following was all shaped by the habitable your phone out so the our habits have a very strong influence on our lives and they. They're very wide reaching their impact and in a sense. You know what many of us most of us want is some form of results in life and almost all of your results are downstream from your habits. So you know pretty much. Every outcome you have is a lagging measure of the habits that preceded so your weight's lag measure of your nutrition habits. Your bank account is a lagging measure of your financial habits. Your knowledge is lagging measure of your reading and learning habits. Even little stuff like the clutter on your desk or you know in your living room is a lagging measure cleaning habits so given that were building habits already. And they're going to be part of your life whether you think about them and given that the results that we all say we care so badly about s- Are strongly influenced by your habits. Adding it makes sense to dive into the more deeply and understand how they work so that you can be the architect of your abbots not the victim of

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Why Do Elephants Like Peanuts?

But Why: A Podcast for Curious Kids

01:25 min | 2 months ago

Why Do Elephants Like Peanuts?

"I am alice. I'm eight years old. I live in houston texas and my question is why do elephants like peanuts. Thank you great question analysis. When we're learning about animals. We tend to get our information from a lot of different places what we read what we if we can observe an animal and sometimes what we watch on. Tv and the idea that elephants like peanuts probably comes from the cartoons and movies. We've watched over. The years elephants are herbivores. That means they eat grasses and bark vegetation in zoos. They'll eat fruits and vegetables hay and sometimes pellets of food. That kind of look like pet food. The connection between elephants and peanuts is that in early. Zoos and circuses. Lots of peanuts for sold for human visitors to eat sometimes. These zoos and circuses would let humans feed the animals. And just like your dog might sometimes eat people food if you give him or her. Some the elephants would eat. The peanuts got offered these days. Zoos don't let you feed the animals and that's a good thing. Biologists and veterinarians say peanuts army. Great food for elephants so while it's funny to see elephants. Eat peanuts cartoons. They don't do it in the wild and it's not really a food. they like better than anything else.

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"peanut" Discussed on How'd It Happen Podcast

How'd It Happen Podcast

03:22 min | 2 months ago

"peanut" Discussed on How'd It Happen Podcast

"Course falls in line very much with mild personal beliefs but it really exists to look at how peanuts consumption and consumption of other peanut products affects human health So in terms of where the support comes from all segments of the industry so from near growers to your lers demanding factors Their most of our folks within the industry are definitely appreciative of the message. Right because we are able to really show from the scientific perspective and looking from a clinical perspective of how peanut Actually helps our bodies. So you know for a Factors when you're talking to consumers who may not necessarily understand that connection. It's definitely a benefit there poised here at the peanut institute to its face with universities as well as hospital research organizations. So we kind of span a a wide range of Of organizations not just here in the peanut industry but across the health and wellness space. And you find that that in general there's Ready acceptance i. Guess is what. I'm trying to say of peanuts as a health food or is there of like we get it at the ballpark. In texas roadhouse. It's all over the floor. But i you know Down just wondering what you run into typically. Yeah so a lot of people don't know that peanuts are superfood So when we do tell them we do. Share that information with them. Sometimes it does come as a surprise but were able to the research like the ones that you've mentioned on a metabolic syndrome or cancer or heart disease in show the benefits of peanut consumption. They're able to see that. I think one of the unique things to is that we also attend nutrition conference with dietitians other clinicians. And they're very much interested in. How can i use this information in my clinical setting for them. They're able to share the information that we give them with their patients with their clients. And that's kind of holiday information. Kinda gets circulated there so initially be a surprise to learn that peanuts are super food but once show them the reasons or at i think people readily accept that i mean. What's they're not right. So they readily accept. Yeah right i'm so. It sounds like a peanut supporter. Yes so your dad getting back to the hypertension alot saw peanuts are typically when you get them in a jar or something. They're typically salted. Or maybe they're not typically solid but i the ones that i'm familiar with typically salted. How this does the salt. What does assault take away from the superfood component of it or is it neutral or or is it not good when the salted what what about the roasting as well. That's a good question. There are two two questions..

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Lefty Anti-GMO Groups Embrace Lab-Leak Story

Science Facts & Fallacies

01:59 min | 2 months ago

Lefty Anti-GMO Groups Embrace Lab-Leak Story

"Food and food and farm groups and this is from other jones. So i'm allowed to say lefty food and farm groups. That's all a legend was passed in the chip on down from the big lake. They call gumi was set. Never gives up her dead when the is that the right all right here. We go and i must say. I love this article on mother jones because mother jones is a place that has been guilty of the infractions that it is now pointing out so big. Big kudos to cure a butler. Who i think today in a in a tweet. Because i really appreciate this particular article. She brought to light what his which is really the melding of political extremes. That when you start looking at the anti-science -ness of the left in the anti science of the right. These things start to collide around the kovic vaccine because it has a genetic engineering component and this You know alleged infringement on personal liberties component that kind of you know make. This screwed up. Reese's peanut butter cup of logic Something to talk about so it really talks about gain of function research and how some folks on the left have become embroiled against it along with the folks on the right and it spotlights The andrew kimbrell in his in his groups the center for food safety spotlights their work against gain of function research. And you hear this term all the time and they don't go into it here and most places don't but what is gain of function research when you have a genetic sequence that produces some sort of outcome whether it's a virus and how it affects things or a plant gene and how it affects yields. You can do a couple of kinds of research in muda

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The Vet Told Me My Cat is a Pothead

Does This Happen to You

02:53 min | 2 months ago

The Vet Told Me My Cat is a Pothead

"The vet told me. My cad is a pothead. The cats out of the bag harleys pupils darted back and forth. it was almost like a brain was vibrating. She stared out the window. But i could tell she wasn't really looking at anything. It was like when someone stares off into space. Lost in a daydream. I tried to snap her out of it but she was completely oblivious to me. I called her name and waved my hand in front of her face trying to elicit some sort of response. Nothing my attempts at snapping. Her back into reality went unnoticed by her. She continued to drift away to some other galaxy. It was as if she was looking right through me. I panicked and grabbed her carrier as quickly as i could and shoved her in. She didn't even put up the fight. She normally would iran. Pass my husband on the way to the car. I could barely tell him what was wrong without tears. Welling up in my eyes. My body's reaction to the fear and overwhelming emotions that fill towards the possibility that my little peanut was in some sort of danger. Thank god for nine lives. It's important to mention that my cat has burned through at least five of her nine lives. And it's only by a miracle that she still has a tale. Oh though it has a permanent seat curve now but those are stories for a different day despite living in a rural area where it seems like nothing is close by. My vet's office is a quick five minute drive and for once harley decided to use one of her nine lives during normal business hours. How nice of her. Typically these trips involve a forty five minute drive on a saturday night to the only open for emergencies. The vet was able to see her immediately. Or maybe i just barged in and budged. I am not sure when something is wrong with my baby. I tend to block out everything around me and go into crazy mom owed. She's just high. After a brief examination in which nothing appeared to be wrong. Doctor huber asked me. Did she get into anything any catnip. Maybe that's when it dawned on me. We have catnip growing outside and as you can imagine you know since she is a cat. Harley loves

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Beatle Drops Penis Ringo Legal Battle

Weird AF News

01:50 min | 2 months ago

Beatle Drops Penis Ringo Legal Battle

"Former beatle ringo starr drops his legal battle against ringo penis springs. That's right you heard it. Beatles drumming legend ringo star has dropped his legal battle against screaming. Oh pleasure products a line of peanuts. Rings called ringo pena's rings. He filed a suit against the company. Two years ago objecting to the name of the penis rings. you can't use ringo pena's strings it's mind name we you. It's more name you. You can't be using aim on the penis ring. People think i'm endorsing penis rings. I've never seen appeanas ruining really. I've never used a ringo penis random online. I've never used a pain is wrong. I don't know what's the deal with venus rings. Does they bring you more pleasure. Maybe i should try now. I'm on my. I'm on viagra. Trying that out right now. Yes you know when you get my age and you get the old. Ed you can you know. I think i think polls got the as well. We had a conversation about it. We're both using the virus you know we got to use those pills. I joked with him. I said paul written a song about the little blue pill you know yesterday. All my pena's work that day you know like maybe there's something like that paul. What do you think. I'm sorry guys. I had to do that. So the suit was filed and twenty nineteen in the complaint. Ringo claims the brand is identical in appearance. Sound connotation in pronunciation to his own damn name. here's a crazy thing about it. It's not even your real name bro. You have you have a regular name. I assume yeah. Your name is richard. Just looked it up. Richard you wanna choose a name like ringo. What do you expect you know. Companies that make pleasure products. And i don't know candy are probably going to just use. Ringo what did you

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Rep. Byron Donalds Destroys CNN's Brianna Keilar for Devaluing His Conservative Views, Merits

The Dan Bongino Show

01:58 min | 3 months ago

Rep. Byron Donalds Destroys CNN's Brianna Keilar for Devaluing His Conservative Views, Merits

"Hapless CNN hose it Brianna Keeler. It's trying to question a fantastic GOP rep from the West Coast of Florida happens to be black doesn't matter to conservatives. It matters everything to liberals, and she tries to put him in a spot in corner and but she hasn't realized Byron Donald's a lot smarter than her. Check this out. You have defended President Trump. You think that your defense of a person that said things like that might be incongruent with the mission of the CBC? First of all whatever the president said in the past has nothing to do with this discussion at all. I think Well, you defend you've defended you've defended. Don't cut me off. I didn't have not cut you off in his interview, Please do not do that to me. Thank you As a black man in America. I'm allowed to have my own thoughts on who I choose to support who I choose not to support. I think that it's important whether you're talking about the Congressional Black Caucus or the Florida State Legislative Black Caucus or the National Caucus of State black legislators organizations. I have been a part of in the past. My support of President Trump has been consistent, but at the same time I've had the ability to advocate for issues, ideas proposals. And funding that have helped the black community in my state. You're talking to somebody who my first three years in college was at Florida A and M and Hbcu. So whether my support my support for President Trump. Whether it's for or against is irrelevant. That has nothing to do with this discussion. This is whether the ideology of somebody who is conservative is welcome in the Congressional Black Caucus. It's really that simple and so to bring up President Trump to try to make this about him does not matter. It's irrelevant. It has nothing to do with the situation in hand. Yes, Yes. Hold on for the fox nation. Years. This is standing. Jim. If I'm off to my concern, yes Stand to go. Byron Donald's spectacular Nice job. I'm here alone in the studio. If we had a peanut gallery in the studio, they'd be around clapping to love this guy again, folks, the bench in the Republican Party is deep. The bench on the Democrat side is pathetic. It's

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Disney Cravings: Which Disney Treats are the Most Craved?

1923 Main Street: A Daddy Daughter Disney Travel Podcast

01:56 min | 4 months ago

Disney Cravings: Which Disney Treats are the Most Craved?

"Disney popcorn now is disney popcorn. I do crave it but is it really any different than any other popcorn. Yes how so. Well you have said yourself multiple times you have not been quite able to replicate this popcorn exactly as it is in the parks and your popcorn is pretty good but it. Just there's something special about. They have a secret recipe. Also in the papuan. They have in the parks. That makes it just ever so slightly different than popcorn. You can find anywhere else and we do have a popcorn machine a true large cart at home. Of course here are disney resort north and s. Milia said i did try to crack the recipe. I've narrowed it down somewhere in my slough. At some point. I discovered that they use a combination of coconut oil and regular oil. If it's non peanut oil or some high heat oil along with their colonels now. They did switch. Let me ask you this. When they switched from orval reddin bacher to pop secret. Did you notice the difference and by the scowl you're making because we don't shoot video with these shows. I'm guessing no you mean unlike the boxes. No they actually switch the brand of. I know but i only noticed the boxes purdue so i really didn't notice any taste so i would say is in my experience with this. The kernels themselves. A huge amount of difference. As long as they're all name brand good-quality colonels. It's really their blend of sees labor. Yeah so we use the flavoring plus the oils which spices and seasoning can really can really make. It can make a difference. Don't even anything that you are making wise. Or what. I'm saying i think is i think. They switched the kernels themselves. But not their mix of oil and flavorings. So what you're saying is that they're mix of oil is withstanding the pressure the changing world.

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"peanut" Discussed on Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

03:46 min | 1 year ago

"peanut" Discussed on Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

"This marketplace podcast is supported by one drop take back your time, your power and your life one drop, the award winning APP that simplifies getting healthy and staying ahead of your diabetes hour sugar. Rx. Membership you with a certified health coach, you can message anytime. Reach out to your coach for personalized diabetes advice. So you can make decisions with confidence work together to build better habits and stick with them and lean on your coach for support. When you need it most visit, join one drop dot com slash coach to save fifty percent on your first month. Of Sugar. Rx Did you see closed movie theaters and ballparks during the pandemic has upended the popcorn market? Well, peanuts to marketplace's Andy Euler chicks with peanut farmer in West Texas as the harvest time nears. Up with grace and wilmots on the phone, he was driving through his farm in dilley Texas about an hour. South West. San Antonio and he was a little distracted I'll. I'm talking to you I'm sorry in those coyotes can really mess up a peanut field. WILMA's fields or nice and green right now he's only a few weeks from harvest. He needs all hands on deck something that's hard to pull off right now I am. Head tested. Positive for Calvin. My wife, and I also tested positive about three or four weeks ago. So, we've had to deal with after the entire. Growing season I've these acts being short staffed. He says nobody on his farm got to sick. So work was able to continue as long as people were quarantined in their own pickup trucks and tractors. What's more? He says, the federal government strongly encouraged farmers like him to keep producing during the pandemic match what my things. Push US keep growing fringe obviously. After. Getting stayed home and at home Americans are eating a lot of peanuts Ryan Lupita with the National Peanut Board says consumption is at an all time high. We saw peanut butter sales up in March seventy, five percent year over year about eighty percent of the peanuts grown in the US are runner peanuts which are overwhelmingly ground in peanut butter almost half the peanuts in Texas or that variety shelley not is the executive director of the Texas Peanut Producers Board. They've got all these parents working from helm they're needing. Quick easy meals for their kids or they're telling their kids fix yourself some lunch kids are gonNA peanut butter and Jelly sandwiches again been great for our industry. Great for the peanut industry. Sure. But a spike in demand means more work. They need all hands on deck shelling peanuts and I'm someone gets sick out for two weeks and they're having a shortage of help on the plant floor. She says, peanuts have seen a climate price over the last four or five months and are still turning up for now. In Austin Texas I made for marketplace. Our producer, Victoria Craig, Meredith Garrison Candice Memory case, Ren Danielson, Erica Soderstrom. This is the marketplace morning report from APM American. Public Media. Just, in Ho with marketplace, the economy is changing so fast it's hard to keep up. So our latest podcast is here to help it's called the marketplace minute. Give us just sixty seconds. We'll bring you the latest on what's happening in the economy three times a day market updates business news in hell the numbers affects your personal economy. We'll tell you what you need to know why it matters. Just ask your smart speaker to play the marketplace minute or find it wherever you get your podcasts..

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"peanut" Discussed on Alchemy This

Alchemy This

07:17 min | 1 year ago

"peanut" Discussed on Alchemy This

"The exact wording of that question, my third favorite fish based food product. I'm going to go with. Take. Your. Time. Scottish. Salmon Footwear. Now for my suggestion. Trouble at the peanut butter factory. Keep on keeping on silent. Yeah. I mean pretty much just like we you know with the different factory outlook. Right, now. But it's just with the different outlets over looking at right now, we WANNA expand our revenues for the. Margaret. The appropriate, the will route putting. So if we really think about the peanut butter S. I mean we can. Get into certain. Push. which was. Russia me. She writes. Entering factory shutdown. Pretty bad. This is GonNa shut the factory fascinating. Glass, doors those blast doors. Shutting, down with the. Blast, doors. Search term it what the Hell is going on. This. Work. Underneath the. Same shoot peanuts into the air to. Gear. advair belts. To the office, Kermit? Kermit. Report to discriminate. I'm GONNA step away. Dole. They took. Passed already. Okay. If anybody asks I was paying complete report to the office permit hokey already. Have Curly. You stay here events as a singing lullaby. Doodoo do do. Boss. Boss. You asked me to come into the. Hello, you said anybody in here. Hi Start. You're. We walked into my office, bosses offices store. Cards are you sure? Yes do I look like the boss of the company Mr Peanut. quickness. Think. That's who I. So why would you think that's who I was. You asked me if I was sure that you were in the right places, my office. Okay. Well, you understand. What you did, wrong. In here. We have this free from the factory floor food. Factory I'm sorry Mr, freak, who are you, and what are you doing in Diane's office, my name's curve, and I'm the I'm the shift supervisor of the White for the crunchies style peanut butter down. Reports to the office carbon. Tarmac. Next. Welcome to the freak of the factory floor get together. For me here. For meeting with a couple of things to go one, we still haven't thrown the factory. Hollywood open to questions or suggestions. Listen I. Know You know. I'll be honest. I have a crush on you, but I'm also really excited about shutting down this factory. So yeah, I got a crush on youtube and that's why. I know you're supposed to. Be Like special for the two of. Yes. Yes. It is. It's totally special. Totally special. The two of us. Are you at all interested in shutting down the factory though. I know what I am interested in shutting down. Yes. This is what. I, like my job now now. Yeah, I like my job. So like your whole agenda is not really for me like your for me. So that's my I'm year. Oh. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. That makes sense. Okay Shit. Okay. Wow. Hey. Look, I've really enjoyed this time with you. Learn. And I'm so thankful you come to meeting. Hey you if get time to chat, you got time for the vet. Service. Get back to the van. Talk to you later, church see a baby. Guess. For I think you want me to come into your office. Is this the right off? US? To peanuts or? Peanut. I'm Kermit I was GonNa say thank you so much for dropping by. By the record here that you bed beautifully today. It was an accident, honestly I. Was An accident? Wasn't it? Mr Peanut, I believe I. Believe. There's a sabotage did happen to me. To. See I. Believe there may be a saboteur on the floor. I was I was doing the same shift. I would usually do it. I had a hundred percent focus on you to name names gotta knows the names I. Do there was a marketing guy that was inappropriately talking to me while I was there, but I don't even know who he is. But he's. A suit and tie are very welcome to the floor saboteurs, media we. Advertise. This Laurie. My right. And I. Are. Jewish. Oh. I love your. Do you. Tell. You to invite the other workers you ever do. You ever pass that message on to and you calling never? Just for me. Then I think, Oh, you are for me, but I'm also. Yeah. I'm trying to start a revolution here you know. China's I revolution has where. You are something else to keep your voices down. You have time to scream. You have time to cream. Love. Trish our boss. Yeah. Yeah, hi. I was looking for I pursue type of peanut butter I. saw that your shelves only have Jiffy and plummer I really wanted I'm looking for Mr Peanut peanuts. Cream cream sauce peanut butter, no chunk, all smooth So I I mean I was looking at your shelving and didn't seem to be in stock. I had come here before and there was a MR peanuts peanut butter. Cream. No, it was just moved cream peanut butter, and I was wondering if that was something going to be coming in later or if that was something that I might need to go to another shop for I mean come here because it's very close to my house in the convenience factor, but also because of the customer service. But if you're not GONNA be able to.

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"peanut" Discussed on How Did This Get Made?

How Did This Get Made?

07:19 min | 1 year ago

"peanut" Discussed on How Did This Get Made?

"Minute I was Oh. Guys just Jake. The snake is having so many art sales cannot unload a VCR. To move. I was talking about old TV shows to this girl at work, and this movie came up I was floored that she knew what I was talking about. I've tried to explain this movie to others and they think I'm crazy because she will flip out when she sees that I got this film for her birthday. She will be thirty four dot dot dot soulmate I think so five star it's. Like that I don't like it. I don't like that. He's created a fantasy where this woman is his dream girl and he's revealing it on Amazon Review. This one is simple. It's Mac Goldie. He writes. There's something about the tunes in this movie that will put you in a deep trance I had an extreme out of body experience watching this movie, which wouldn't have been possible without the music. Highly recommend this for a good trip. Five stars title Subliminal subliminal messages Galore. and. Then I'll just read this final one from Rene. In the title Leans Has Been Rene. Meaning Two thousand four. It is possible. Rene Rights Ooh man million exclamation points. This moving must be seen I. have a neighbor who I was trying to describe this movie, too, and I just came off sounding insane. My description was vague since I was so young when I thought there was bald kid who had no hair. He makes like fifteen dead flies into some peanut butter and put it on its head in the shower. Then his hair grew so fast. May paintbrushes from it? Then a bunch of kids found a huge scary picture, and actually walked into. My buddy was like whoa. What Kinda Weirdo movies? Did you watch as a kid? No wonder you are the way. Way You are today. That's all I remembered since I was a little girl and I was terrified I, too, had reoccurring dreams of personified paintings, and my buddy actually thought it was so weird that he looked it up on Amazon and ordered it for me. What a sweet guy! Someone who thinks you're weird and support you to anyway I haven't seen it in like ten years, and I'm watching tonight with my quote. Unquote Buddy thank you. Oh, and for the record I'm pretty normal. Thank you five is ours. Do we think at all that the writer of that review is the person that jake the snake got the DVD the. Movie brings people together to have set. This is the movie I like the narrative around. This movie is basically nobody believed me, but I'm right. Like everybody was scarred by this movie and couldn't couldn't convince people. It was a real thing like this is. This is a weird. This is like a this is a folk, tale or something it's it's upsetting kids, and then people are like that's not real. I do feel like I'm being very sincere when I say that I do feel. This movie has a very Hans Christian Andersen story like like those kind of scary fables that you here as a kid like this has all. All the elements of it, but it's not been sanitized at all, but nine hundred and five. It should have been like. Oh, it's not that bad. You know, but this is. This is a console and Gretel, but scare. I mean it's the scary here definitely is it's definitely scary, and it's the thing that I thought that I found scariest about the movie. Is that Michael the? Little boy, who has the fright loses his hair. Does the peanut butter solution grows? His hair gets kidnapped is by senior all that stuff. That little boy, all of the in traditional storytelling he like goonies or Any of those other he would, he would have agency of some sort. He would be trying to do something and he throughout the movie. Things just happened to him he. He he almost only thing he really does is the go into the haunted house. Really the only thing he does actively everything else is reactive. He the ghosts give him the information. He puts it on. He does the everything happens to him. which is weird, so that's why the Third Act. Connie has to be mobilized as the lead of the movie because he's GonNa figure it out in N. Susie as well. They're going to do something. They're the only active characters which is such a bizarre thing to have in a kids movie, a child who doesn't have an a a driving emotional engine. I just wanted to say what you described. There is what all ball people go through this isolating paralysis and I, and I think that it's movie does a beautiful job. Great job. What what we all have to go through, you know we only have our friends to help us get through it and they don't want. They don't want to help us. Get through it. You know is in I, felt very connected to the story of a young boy who suddenly has way more hair than he ever thought would be possible for a child. That, really hit home for me I. I understand why the bald part hit home for you, but for me. The the overgrowth of hair was just as unsafe for me was very unsettling. Wow, wow, really connected really connected with me not. As someone who's never struggled with having too much or too little like I couldn't really police myself in this movie I couldn't see myself reflected back and that was hard. It was like you didn't feel like you were sous. I didn't feel like I was I mean I, guess most closely identified to sous. But specifically I loved her outfits and I loved Susan Wardrobe. Yeah? It was incredible I liked her. She was my favorite part. Yeah me too well I. Think we said at all I. Mean we really got to the bottom of this and more ways than ever thought was possible and I'm so glad we finally got to do this movie. which is free on Amazon prime. You can watch the deleted scenes on YouTube. Jason June anything you want to promote. Tell anybody about anything at all NOPE. No No. I mean. Stay safe stay home, you know, be well everybody. Yeah, same same here just will direct you guys to Jason and I got to do a fun a marvel comic book thing. It's the world's Goes Book Club with Paul Scheer Jason's on it. You say in Paul Scheer Jason Music Marble. You can watch us. Talk about comics and. US support, which was so fun by the way Paul, and that's that that video that we did is one in a series that Paul did four marvel, all of which are terrific Utah. Thanks Damon Lindelof you talk to a whole bunch of people that were just like really great interviews. If you like comics and stuff like that, I really enjoyed the Sierra you'll get. You'll get a little taste of some fun books. Check out, and they just want to give them. And also you know what sorry, if If you don't mind. I will mention There's a new animated show coming out on Hbo Max called close, enough from the people that created the regular show. and I'm one of the voices on that, and it's coming out in July. Oh, I love that and I want to say remembered a a big. Thank you to our super producer. Cody, who's keeping it all together at home and everything stay on track are.

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"peanut" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

Stuff You Should Know

11:59 min | 1 year ago

"peanut" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

"You have to look at it with a at a light with the color temperature of about seventy five hundred Kelvin. Plus or minus two hundred and fifty Kelvin or something equal to a moderately partly cloudy day. That's that's the government's standard for judging the color of peanut butter. I'll I can think of now. Somebody writing a handwritten letter to someone asking for a Url. Someone with ballpoint pen spelling out https colon slash slash. I looked up abdomen inc. They're still around and they are on point man. They've been in business for. I think about a century but they are all about like food analysis. If you're a Coffee Roaster Baristas something. You can take their online class. I think it's online. It's like a day-long class that like really teaches you all like the science behind the coffee you're selling and roasting and grinding. It's a really interesting company is looks like but that's if you start making peanut butter you need to. You need to write a letter to egg nick asking for their URL and they will send you a laminated sheet in a Manila envelope. So if you're talking peanut butter in the United States About half of the edible use of peanuts is from peanut butter Obviously peanut butters in a ton of. It's one of my favorite parts of candy bars like that. I'm a sucker for any peanut butter ice creams peanut butter candy bars. It's just I can't get enough of that combination. I'm totally with you buddy. Which by the Way Joseph? Rosenfield was The skippy guy was the guy who came up with peanut butter and chocolate. Combo recess did But the National Peanut Board estimates that it takes about five hundred forty peanuts to make up one of those twelve ounce jars which is a lot of peanuts. Had that kind of surprised me. It was more than I thought yes. They're in shell peanuts until you reach five hundred forty individual peanuts and you will have a sudden appreciation for your butter. You know what I mean for sure. But of course machines do that but yeah well if it's artisan. Now somebody wearing like a Calico Sarong is doing it by hand in Vermont Vermont. People are like yeah. I think that's my conception proved me wrong. Vermont. So in two thousand nine We're talking about health aspects. There's a couple of parts to the health of it of whether or not it's just good for you which will get to. But also there've have been a couple of Peanut butter incidents throughout the years. In recent years that has scared people offering peanut butter a little bit. Yeah In two thousand nine was the second one. There were five hundred. People who got sick in eight people died from eating peanut butter from a plant in Blakely Georgia that was pretty gross in not maintained. Well I remember that don't you? I remember both of them. The other one was in two thousand seven. And that was Salmonella in Peter Pan and great value both owned by Conagra and that got about six hundred and change sick but nobody died. Luckily but I remember both of those. It was a big deal because peanut butter so ubiquitous. So there's also I didn't realize this until I started researching it. There's something called Aflatoxin 's have you heard of them. I think I did back when all the stuff happened. Or maybe not so I have heard of. So there's there's a mole called aspergillus that grows on peanuts because peanuts are grown underground right And the ASPERGILLUS can produce a toxin called Aflatoxin Zinn. Apparently humans are Pretty much immune to its initial effects are its short-term effects but we have no idea what happens if you eat aflatoxin over the course of a Lifetime. You know what what happens in. Apparently there's studies of humans that found that it's been linked to certain types of cancer. potentially birth defects Cognitive disabilities all sorts of horrible stuff and peanut butter producers. Say Well we get at least eighty nine percent of the aflatoxin just by processing peanuts and you say well. What about the other eleven percent? They're like had some Peter Pan and forget your troubles that's right so so there is like a risk of something bad happening to you whether it's a poisoning or not but a lot of people are like even if it's pure peanut butter it's it's still it's still not healthy for you. Yeah I mean the the major brands that are Sugary hydrogenated certainly are good for you. If you're going to the farmer's market and and get those peanuts ground right in front of your face it's not it's not terrible you know. It's got a lot of nutrition. It's got a lot of antioxidants It's got We're talking. This is one hundred grams of this stuff. You've got forty five percent ardy a vitamin E. Sixty seven percent Vitamin B. Three sixteen seven percent. I'm sorry. Seventy three percent of manganese thirty nine percent of magnesium so. It's got a lot of good stuff in there. It's got a lot of calories too. That's about six hundred calories writing one hundred grams worth but if it's you know I mean that's a hundred grams is a lot. No it is a tremendous amount The other thing is too is if you're eating that artisan peanut butter. That kraft peanut butter the non hydrogenated. I guess I should say peanut butter the oils in the fats in it are actually good for you. The monounsaturated fat is the kind. That's good for your heart It's that saturated stuff that becomes shelf stable. That's the stuff that can build up as plaque in your arterial walls. And 'cause you know heart attacks and strokes and that kind of thing but the natural peanut butter actually does the opposite. It helps your cholesterol levels. That's right it's great. It's basically just really calorie dense like if you're trying to lose weight. It's a good idea to shy away from peanut butter but if you're eating natural peanut butter it's not like an a non nutritious food. It's actually pretty nutritious. It's just calorie dense right. And if you're trying to lose weight and you opt for a spoonful of peanut butter and honey rather than a pint of Ben and Jerry's then you're definitely doing the right thing for sure man for sure One thing though that has you know strikes fear and a lot of people like you were saying in your daughter's preschool. You can't even bring a peanut butter sandwich in there anymore Is this the rise of the peanut allergy like? There's a survey that was conducted in the eighties. The nineties and two thousands and I think the most recent one was in two thousand eight and they found that between nineteen ninety in two thousand eight in this national survey of fifty three hundred homes. That the The self-reported peanut allergy's went from point four percent of respondents to one point four percent of respondents. Which is one point? Four percent doesn't sound like a lot but that's a huge increase between Like eleven years I guess but the thing is is if you look at other studies. They found that yes. Self-reported rates are on the rise but doctor diagnosed rates have held steady. So there seems to be an increase in perception. That people have peanut allergies. That's not necessarily an increase in actual peanut allergies. Which is really strange and bizarre. To think of if that's correct yeah and I have seen the trend of Oral immunotherapy like Feeding Your Severi Small Child And your baby peanuts into a little bit at a time to ensure or hopefully ensure that they won't be Stricken with the worst food allergy of all the peanut allergy and they those a study in Israel that had guidelines for early infant feeding and they said around forty six months of age. Just shove a bunch of peanuts in their mouth and see what happen make them to and then hit him with the lip balm yeah it look as so one last thing chuck and I couldn't find a place to put it but it has to be said. There is a phobia called Iraq a boo to phobia Iraq. A Buddha or phobia. Yeah I think I nailed it last time and it is is that for me. Is that my cue? Yes it's hard to tell because you're not kicking me under the table. I'm not like doing that. Series of blinks. That is the fear peanut butter getting stuck on the roof of your mouth. That is a true thing. Which is Shouldn't be a fear because all you gotta do is just keep working. The tongue and that peanut butter is going to dislodge. And go right down your throat. That's right just like John. Harvey Kellogg foresaw a little whole milk in your all set nice man or some cool whip. Don't forget the cool whip. I gotta try that. That's I don't know if you should try that like I think. I gained ten pounds in a month. Just after I discovered that it's it's not good for you man. Yeah I can't cool whip doesn't last long our house we can't keep it here. Instant like it's really hard not to just sort of. I'll just have a little spoonful every now and then go. It's like your hair's stuck to your forehead. 'cause you've put your whole face in the tub so good and it's good frozen to. I don't know if he ever tried that. I've tried to both ways. But if you if you to try. It's about it's about half and half peanut butter cool whip personally. I'll give it a shot if I'm ever allowed to go to the grocery store again. Yeah right Okay well I think that's it then for peanut butter unless you have anything else. You got nothing else okay. Well since we said we have nothing else that means it's time for those who are male I'm going to call this Early listener that came back as an adult loved these. Hey guys last year. I said well what I really love was people that never stop listening right. But we'll take this Guys last year I started getting back into stuff. You know after a long break from the nine to ten days. What does that mean and a need for an educational podcast on my long drives to Blacksburg Virginia from tidewater area of Virginia. I think they got.

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"peanut" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

Stuff You Should Know

13:10 min | 1 year ago

"peanut" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

"Think Emily Likes the SMUCKER's natural But I also got some. I can't remember the brand. It's one of the one of the other natural brands. They're they're all pretty good. I think okay so. Nineteen Twenty eight was when Peter Pan. rolled out and was the first which. I didn't know it was the first major brand. It was the biggest seller at the time It used that partial hydrogen nation process. That was patented by gun aimed. Joseph Rosenfield From Kentucky and then that's where our et Cetera skippy came from Peter Pans parent company. Said I WANNA cut your licensing fee. He said I'm done with you. And I'M GONNA go out and I'M GONNA make skippy on my own. And by the end of his career. He had ten patents not just for peanut butter but relating to food and he was just kind of like a Chevy chason vacation movies. He was a food scientist yet. What was it the thing that he Learned CODA flake with that. He used on the sled. Oh I don't know some sort of non nutritional I can't remember I'll figure it out no need to email. Everyone no need to email. No I want to hear. I want every email about this. I think it was called the non nutritional. Coding is what he calls it but but yes he was very much like that but he was also way way way better than anything. Chevy chase could ever be because he was a really great boss. He paid his his workers really well and in creating the skippy brand. He broke off from this kind of This corporate overlords that he he worked for was keeping them under his thumb. And then trying to Shortchange him And said you know what by creating skippy? I'm going to not only challenge. You Peter Pan. I'm going to become the best selling peanut butter. There is from like nineteen fifty to nineteen eighty like skippy it and I just missed the skippy train. So I'm wondering like if I had been born in nineteen seventy if I would have been raised on skippy. But I came along at the fair. Really yeah he said in your face and they said my love peanut butter in my face and he went. Oh gotta think of a new comeback you know choke one thing that's always bothered me about Peter. Pan Is do you remember that jingle or it's like eat some peanut butter anytime you can. It's like Oh that's nice. Then they follow it up with. But if it's Peter Pan like it's got kind of this like if I can't have you no one can psychotic mentality to it. Yeah I never really. I never heard that song so I never really thought about that. Union watch the television in the nineteen ninety s. I did I. Don't remember that one though but I mean I was in the nineties. I was in college so I probably wasn't I don't think we had cable. Why didn't watch much? Tv In College Gotcha So skippy is doing great. Peter Pan is just like oh I guess I'll just have to be second banana and skippy and Jif said. How'd you like being third banana? Because that's where you're headed That same year. Nineteen fifty five. This is when Rosenfield sold Skippy to best foods. Procter and gamble bought big top. Peanut from William Too Young also Kentucky. Yeah and then they became Jif And they held that brand until two thousand one two thousand two. Yeah I did not know that the right way. Two thousand one two thousand and two when they sold smucker's okay but Jif is still the number one brand today right as far as I know okay. Yeah that's that's my understanding too. I thought you were saying like it was the number until BEF FROM FROM. I think thousand nine hundred eighty two today. It's it's number one yet and they got a lot of. I think they all do but Jif. Alone has fifteen different kinds of peanut butter Which is kind of nuts if you look at their lists. They've got all kinds of different crazy. Peanut butters out there now. Well nuts as just one variety. Well they all have peanuts in it. Yeah well they have. They have a good almond butter too. Yeah I can get down with some butter. You know what buddy. I'm going to buy some when we see each other again. I'm going to be brandishing. A jar of Jeff Almond butter for you. You know it's not good. What is You know you can't take peanut butter sandwiches into classrooms anymore Or at least it. You know that my kids preschool and Of course she can't take anything in there anymore because it's closed but you have to make You have to make it with What a cheese. I used to things all the time. What a baseball players to sunflower seeds chickpeas sunflower butter. That's good to have had that. It's not bamboo. Do not care for it. You don't like I think all right well I really like basically any kind of butters including his butter. Butter butter is great but I just cannot get down with the sunflower sunflower. Yes yeah no it totally in. It's definitely there's a taste of sunflower to it. Like you could have no idea what you're eating in somebody gives it to you would be like. That's some flour butter isn't it? I'd love sunflower seeds. Oh that was a big thing in college for a little while we would sit around in just put a mouthful of sunflower seeds on her mouth. I remember the sunflower trend. Quite well. Remember that you try. Yeah you crack them open with your teeth and you would spit out the the shell and then swallow the chew on the season. Swallow it so I would eat the whole thing. You know. You didn't eat the shell. This is I would eat the whole thing. That would smoke all cigar in inhalant. You're very bad. Squirrel drought. Drown your lawn and water and you'd sit back and say I'm doing life just right. I got it all figured out. Would you really shells still do to this day? Really? Yeah it's Kinda dangerous because every once in a while there's like one part to it. That's just a spear right into your gums. If you're not careful so I'm pretty good Eh. Every once in a while I'll be like I think I'm bleeding. Well here's how I eat peanuts when I go to the ball game. I stick the whole peanut in my mouth like a squirrel and I kinda suck on it for a second and get that salty goodness and then I crack open with my and I pull it out of my mouth and then dumped the peanuts in throw away the shells and then between every bite. You have to coat your lips with lip balm because it's so tried and cracked as it is pretty salty but at the only eight peanuts in the shell like that. Is it a baseball game so now I do something similar? But it's with peanut. Mlm's I will like crack the peanut eminem in half and expose the peanut in your teeth. Yes and then eat that. The the Freed chocolate shell side and then Eat the other chocolate. Shell side from around the peanut and then I eat the peanut by itself. Are you kidding reese area? I'm dead serious. I can't remember the last time I ate peanut eminem without doing that with every single. All right here's what I'll do sometimes with peanut Okay should just have a side gig where we just talk about our stupid quirks we do. It's part of the podcast. I put an sometimes. They'll just Maui on them like there's no tomorrow but sometimes I will. This helps me eat fewer of them. 'cause I will pop one or two in my mouth and I'll just let him sit there and Marinate in my saliva. Oh Yeah Yeah and swirling around and then that candy coating kind of melts away a little bit and makes it like a really soft little crunch. Yep I know I know what you mean. You know that move. Yep Really Good. I do that too but usually I'm a little less patient than that every once in a while. Maybe when I'm like you know I have a whole tupperware bowl full of peanut EMINEM's I might go crazy like all right. So let's shall we take a break or should we wait a second? Yeah let's do that. Let's take a break iheartradio in tribeca studios present fierce a podcast about the incredible women who never made it into our history books and the modern women carrying on their legacies today. I'm your host Joe Piazza each week. We'll be introducing you to women like Tangy sow she. Outclasses every other known pirate by every metric and modern counterpart Tracy Edwards? I wanted to be navigate. Both anybody can do that. I swear she create my own project. Listen to subscribe to fierce on the iheartradio APP apple podcasts. Or wherever you listen to podcasts. Change All right so where we left off was. Jif was killing it. You and I have very weird eating habits and Jif starts killing it. They start putting sugar and molasses in there everyone else followed suit and finally in the nineteen sixties the FDA stood up and said hold on a minute guys. This stuff. You're calling peanut. Butter is junk food now. there's one leading brand noggin name name. I think it was. It was only seventy five percent actual peanuts. He's like so you gotTa Start. Putting ninety five percent peanuts in the whole thing. The peanut butter lobby said WHOA. Whoa WHOA WHOA. Whoa how about eighty seven percent and they said we're the FDA we meet people in the middle settle on ninety percent peanuts and peanut butter and since one thousand nine hundred one. That's been the standard. Yeah I think like this one on for a dozen years. There's a really interesting article on today. I found out called the momentous peanut butter hearings is definitely worth reading. But it's just was nuts. How literally nuts? How long this went on for and then finally just kind of heartening that the FDA was like no ninety percent. That's as low as we're going. Make sure that your peanut butter has ninety percent peanuts. Good Day to you sir. And that was that finally and it became enforced in nineteen seventy two And Still Today. There is a federal legal definition for what constitutes peanut butter and one of the first things is a has to have ninety percent peanuts in. That's right because that is still the standard If it is smooth it has to be very fine with an even texture and no hint of grainy peanuts at all. If it's a medium you can have a little green to it But nothing larger than one sixteenth of an inch in dimension. And then all bets are off if you're Crunchy I don't I don't know who says Chunky but it's definitely crunchy. That's like a type of Campbell Soup. Not So crunchy can be larger than one sixteenth. And I guess I mean they're all about the same size curious to see if there are any kind of half size peanuts if it gets that. Chunky like large in a sixteenth of an inch. A half of peanut people be like it's too chunky. I can't take it. Maybe I mean that's that's like candy bar level it is. It is so chuck. What you've just said the federal government's definition of the different varieties of peanut butter as far as they're concerned and I don't know if you said it or not but that Guy Joseph Rosenfield who who was the founder of skippy. He actually created Chunky. Sorry crunchy peanut butter. We both said Crunchy and our Bo Sang Klein. No it's Kinda stuck in my head but he's the guy who if you like chunky peanut butter first of all shame on you but secondly thank Joseph Rosenfield for that because he came up with. I think in the fifties yeah like I said I like it all There is not a kind of peanut butter that That I won't eat. I think it's really good so then I think also the The this kind of demonstrates just how seriously Americans take peanut butter the USDA goes on to say there are other qualities that make a peanut butter either grade. A grade. B or sub-standard peanut butter and my favorite. It's things like Color the color has to match certain color samples that you can only obtain from a company called Egg Tron Inc of sparks Nevada. This is in the one thousand nine hundred ninety two law. The you have to write to egg tron and say. Can you please send me the peanut butter colored standards because I need to make sure that my peanut butter matches the USDA STANDARDS FOR COLOR GENDER? Their online get with it. Are you writing a letter right? That's that's a really good point and you do email you'd right back like I don't know. Can You? Please send me the website. Url and then they would but when you get this color standard. You can't look at it wherever you have to..

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"peanut" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

Stuff You Should Know

11:09 min | 1 year ago

"peanut" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

"Hey and welcome peanut butter jelly time. I'm Josh there's Chuck we haven't seen Jerry Awhile. You have seen Jerry. Please tell her to call home. And this stuff yeah Jerry. She Sonata a smoke signal. That said send me so she did. She did and we send some on donkey back in that general question. Are you a peanut butter or Jelly? In this scenario I wanNA be peanut butter. You'll always be jelly. Well I think we should level set here at the beginning. Okay and talk about if you like peanut butter which is your favorite. And then what you like. How do you utilize it okay? My name is Josh see and I love peanut butter. Okay almost only smooth. I will eat chunky if the if civilization has collapsed. And that's all I can find. I eat it any way shape or form sometimes just peanut butter on spoon sometimes peanut butter and spoon with a little divet made with my tongue filled with local honey. If you WANNA get tubby really fast. Let me introduce you to the wonder. That is a spoonful of peanut. Butter scooped in some cool whip but really any kind of peanut butter anytime. I will eat it. And I've noticed that when I reached my forties peanut butter sticks around me a lot more than it used to. So I'm having a real struggle with it. Thank you for listening And do you WANNA buzz. Market your favorite brand We use this Jif natural. That's like It's leaking Brown container and I'd like it so much I've never purposely never looked at the label. 'cause I don't WanNa know how naturally it is But my all time. Favorite is reese's peanut butter. Have you had it? You mean in the Jar yes Yes so good. I think I've had at once but I was raised on. Jeff now go while I was raised on whatever the gigantic gallon tub. Is that you get in eighties. He I don't remember. I don't think any of those name brands Now I I mean. I love peanut butter. It's one of my favorite things in the world And I will go crunchy or smooth no matter that. Love them both. I also like it with honey I like it and I don't do this much. Obviously because it's just I'm not nineteen years old but a peanut butter and mayonnaise. Sandwich is one of the best things in the world. You know. I've never had that. Is it good? Really? Do you have any yes to peanut butter and P Sammy Okay. So half-and-half or more peanut butter the. Mayo. Or what? It's kind of your your jam. I definitely don't go light on the Mayo. 'cause you gotTa have that. Tang and Peanut butter and marshmallow fluff. I used to eat when I was a kid stuff. Fluffer nutter and Now I don't eat the sugary hydrogenated types Either have one of the the sort of artisan natural kinds you have to mix up or Just dekalb farmers market grinds the peanuts right in front of your face into a tub aims to you right in front of your face and it says beat it. You can't have any of this so that's just peanuts. Obviously maybe a little bit of salt do they add. Any salt is a really just peanuts. It's peanuts how I wonder if they sold the peanuts when they roast them. Because I've always seen like peanuts just a little bit assault like you can't peanut butter any other way. But maybe maybe they figured out. They've cracked the code. Well I mean. They may be salted roasted. I have no idea about the peanut but it's good. It's all good but I have to mix you know I gotta put a little bit of honey in there or maybe a little bit of a gob eight to give it a little bit of a sweet. Oh that's a good idea. Yeah I was GONNA ask you. I have not had any artisan stuff and I did a little research and found a couple. I want to try And I didn't know like is it. Is it just straight up adult kind of stuff where you're like? Oh it's really good. But you're wishing that you had like the nasty big three brand instead. Well I mean if you don't add any sweetener and it's it's not nearly as good as you know but I think the naturals are all kind of the same as far as sweetness level. Yeah the best I could discern. Is that if you're paying for artisan craft peanut butter and Buddy. You're paying your like supposedly. Have you know depending on the kind of peanuts that are chosen? The variety of peanuts The way that it's roasted almost like a coffee or wine or something like that. There's a sophisticated palate or terroirs that you really have to pay attention to that to me is kind of like the opposite of what peanut butter supposed to be. It's supposed to be like this dumb messy thing where you know you're totally normal. And he started eating the peanut butter and you suddenly have like a cow lick. And you're wearing a striped shirt. That shows your gut kind of thing. You know like you just progress in age but I also get wanting to enjoy peanut butter in a healthy way because it is surprisingly from from what I saw. It is healthier than you would suspect if done right. Yes not a big GLOB of Peter Pan with P. Mayonnaise and potato chips smashed in between white bread. Yes Yeah I'm hungry now I am too. I already had some peanut butter this morning. So I'm good to go but it this thing. This is like the yawning episode where I kept yawning. Doing research this is. I just wanted to peanut butter the whole time. Well peanut butter for me has now become my in my Since January and I'm trying to lose some weight so that's become my sweet treat at the end of the night instead of going and getting ice cream. Oh good for you. Just like a spoonful of peanut butter and honey and that'll satiate that desire. I haven't seen you in awhile. How's it going? It's good? I mean I'm down twenty since January but really leveled off the past month. Congratulations do that is really impressive. I'll just forty more to go man. No that's really great man. Just just yeah yeah it does play but it picks up again plateaus because of Corentin alcoholism. Oh I was GONNA ask because I'm finding that that quarantining has made things like we you know we have food and everything but we're we're eating it less for some reason rather than the opposite which both you me and I were really concerned was going to be the way. It went Are you finding it easier to keep up with food or harder Easier because I'm cooking a lot Cheese and buzz marketing again. But you know. I'm just having one of those mighty goods for lunch. Which is very low in calories. Yes really good too And I just tracking the calories in. It's it's alcohol. That's the problem right now. I got you. Yeah I've been doing one or two nights a week tops and then a couple of been pretty good now that I think about it. It's good because this has been fairly stressful. But I haven't been stressed eating too much so okay anyway peanut butter here to me chuck early on we happened upon the fact of the PODCAST. If you ask me. This isn't boy very jarring. Forgive the PUN. That peanut butter outside of the United States in the lot of different countries is looked upon as very weird and gross in much the same way that we Americans tend to think of like vegemite people like the British Chinese other countries. Do not think peanut butters particularly good. They think it's a little nasty and that just blew me away to read that. Yeah I'd WanNa talk to some people before I let them Internet website. Tell me that people think peanut butters gross some some website. Push your brain around. Yeah I'd like to talk to some folks about that but at the very least even if they don't think it's gross it. It is a an all American thing like countries that do enjoy. I read that Australia actually likes it. A Lot it's an American concoction so much so that like it might be the most American concoction. There is to tell you the truth. Yeah I mean you make a good point here. You put the stuff together. That MAC and cheese came from Europe. Hotdogs came from Europe Sort of hamburgers. Even though I would argue that the hamburgers we know it is pretty American. Sure but peanut butter just us as far as modern times go. Yeah I think that. The Inca in the fifteenth century used to grind peanuts into a paste. And then that was it a until the nineteenth century when one of our buddies. Who's GonNa make a cameo later Got His hands on the idea but yeah it was an American invention except it was actually Canadian as we'll see but for for the most part people think of it as all American And to talk about peanut Butter Chuck. We kind of have to talk about peanuts. There's really no way around it. Believe me I I don't want to but we have to. I think you mean googlers is have you ever heard somebody outside of TV column? That not really but I knew it was a thing but I don't. It's not in the just daily nomenclature of my crowd but it is it's supposedly like a southern and I guess an antiquated southern word for peanut Guber Guber P. Yeah I've I've heard Goo Burton that old song about the reason it's Guber googlers. There's also a candy right. Yeah and there's smucker's googlers which is peanut butter and Jelly mixed together in a jar. It's actually good is it? Yeah even as a kid I was like this is GonNa be gross and then I tried. I was like not bad. Not Bad at SMUCKER's see I'm pretty Discerning with my jams jellies. That's for another day though. You would not like this. I probably would smokers. If you're all discerning the you would not like it all right. So peanuts is a It's a legume It's also called a groundnut or an earth nut and just like a lintel or a p. It is a little lagoon not no. I'm a big fan of peanuts though. I like to eat them. Pretty much any way you can slice it from boil to Straight up raw out of the Shell By honey roasted root salted roasted and certainly in peanut butter. So Momo and I go and visit squirrels whenever we can when we go on walks and we always take peanuts and I read. You're supposed to take roasted unsalted peanuts. We get like big bags of those and if there's no squirrels out I get to eat all peanuts. Oh Yeah Yeah Mobile. Give me a look like because they're not for you but they usually end up in my tummy. Anyway you ever seen a squirrel stick one of those in his mouth sideways. Yup I have earned cute. Yeah we will like all shell them and then throw like actual peanut in the squirrel somehow will know that they're supposed to be another one coming because they'll very frequently put one in his cheek and then like be like okay. Toss me the other one. They'll take that run off in like eat it with this two little hands..

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"peanut" Discussed on Proof

Proof

06:28 min | 1 year ago

"peanut" Discussed on Proof

"To ten acres and increase the strength of the radiation source more than hundred fold and in April of Nineteen fifty four. He shared his excitement. During a Congressional hearing on the contributions of Atomic Energy to agriculture these studies have further shown that the old concept that all radiation induced mutations are deleterious to the plant is not correct. We have evidence that some radiation induced mutations are desirable changes singleton goes on to outline a few of the labs greatest victories to date a white carnation. Plant that produced red flowers and a variety of oats that was resistant to a disease called. Crown Rust that was developed by one of the researchers and just a year and a half. He also lays out the labs ongoing research projects one program to produce strains of corn resistant to leaf blight another to produce sweet corn resistant to bacterial wilt and still another to develop new fruit varieties and his confidence in the technique is unwavering if only one in a thousand is beneficial and if we screen enough material we will catch that one but his convictions weren't universally shared far from it the dominant feeling of most geneticists and most plant breeders. Was that this was misdirected that it was fundamentally not founded on good genetic theory good plant breeding ideas and that it was not going to produce new crops new fruits new vegetables in anything like the way that some people were claiming so here. We'RE BACK TO THAT QUESTION. That statler post in one thousand nine thirty about the value of mutation breeding and whether or not it's worth it and the consensus from Nineteen fifty-three pretty much echoes. Stadler's conclusions from twenty years earlier. So the question is if popular scientific opinion was so much against mutation breeding. Why did the research continue from a PR perspective? It was in the government's best interest to promote these positive aspects of Nuclear Research. Not least funding. Some of its most destructive aspects. The ultimate goal was to shift public perception away from fear and towards acceptance or even excitement possibly the most famous example of this particular propaganda campaign was president. Eisenhower's atoms for peace speech. In December of Nineteen fifty-three Republic has moved forward at such a pace. That every citizen of the world should have some comprehension in his speech. Eisenhower proposes the establishment of an International Atomic Energy Agency would be mobilized to apply atomic energy to the needs of agriculture medicine and other people activity. Notice here that he leads with agriculture. Probably not an accident. The waves of amber grain defined in many ways continue to define American power in the world and Americans conceptions of themselves and so I grew. Culture is a really potent area for being able to promise the delivery of new and better and more given rampant public fears of nuclear annihilation stories about useful mutations helped to paint an especially vivid picture of a different atomic and game instead of a barren nuclear wasteland a lush atomic paradise. You see a little bit of this. Digging through nineteen fifties newspapers headlines like Adam age may produce bigger better plants and Adam to make desert for towel feed fresher. There's also a slew of government produced films designed to educate the public on just how great all of his atomic stuff is. This is from one called the atom comes to town event that takes place every autumn in the southland. The Peanut Harper's at this experimental farm operated by North Carolina State University. The peanuts being so carefully classified and tag we're grown from seeds radiated an atomic reactor incidentally the peanuts and the film a variety called NC for X. were grown from seeds irradiated at Oakridge. They got a lot of media attention mostly because of their size or giant created by radiation. And we're actually going to come back to these peanuts in just a minute. But in a very different context so far we've been operating in the world of government research facilities which for at least the first decade after World War Two is really the domain of atomic agriculture but in the nineteen fifties that starts to change. Somehow some of that technology leaks out into the civilian sphere to the point that you start to see. Regular people housewives and business executives and dentists trying to grow their own mutant plants in their back yards after the break we dive into the nineteen sixties fad atomic gardening. If there's one thing caller knows it's innovative sink design so that got me wondering do my colleagues at America's test kitchen know how to fill in the blank. Hello Hey Carolina's fridge. I need you to finish the sentence for me. Okay everything but the everything but the Cat Drag fish in the freezer the peanut butter everything but the kitchen sink for everything including the kitchen sink. There's caller take for example colors whitehaven apron front sink. It's a farmhouse style sank. Made from Enamel cast iron which means it's stain resistant. Plus resists chipping cracking and burning. So you're sink look beautiful and will perform beautifully for years. Learn more at color dot com..

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"peanut" Discussed on Business Wars Daily

Business Wars Daily

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"peanut" Discussed on Business Wars Daily

"Two friends actors. Wesley Snipes and Matt Walsh. I let go no no. You don't thought to it after the AD ran planters amended Mr Peanut social handle. Yes he had one of his own to read the estate of Mr Peanut but tongue-in-cheek campaign won Kudos from the industry press at age praised this quote from planters brand manager Samantha. Hess in this press release. It's with heavy hearts that we confirm Mr Peanut has passed away at one hundred. Four years old told you will be remembered as the legume always brought people together for nutty adventures. In a good time the Brandon Planted the idea that mourners could pay tribute with the the Hashtag. Rip Nut and pay tribute. They did as the campaign went viral in a single day. The nuts tragic accident had inspired fifteen thousand tweets at age reported the included hundreds of puns and additional publicity opportunities from a slew of other brands some also belonging to planters owner Kraft Heinz and others from competitors like Oreo owned by Mandalay international and snickers owned by Mars. They may have simply jumped on the bandwagon. But by the looks of the highly produced social media posts many may have been recruited by planters beforehand. Cutting move if true chucky cheese offered thoughts and pizzas Oscar. Meyer Wiener Kraft Heinz brand offered a twenty one gun salute. Budweiser poured too tall. When for the old nut and on and on and went kraft Heinz which has had its fair fair share of business? Woes is proving to be remarkably good at going viral sure. The planters campaign may spark some backlash at age remarks funeral. Even of a peanut could be frowned founded upon during the Super Bowl but this year's campaign is incredibly. Tame compared to craft hines provocative effort last year then it devised a steamy food porn atfer. It's line of devour frozen food and ran it on a real porn site. Now that went viral. Craft hines has struggled to compete with rivals like Mandalay in general mills over the last year sales and profits dropped as the SEC investigated suspect accounting practices and shoppers increasingly shunned processed foods kids in favor of fresh ones. The consumer packaged goods giant has had a hard time refreshing its portfolio of brands to keep up with changing tastes. All that prompted the Motley. The food to comment that Wall Street is still waiting for turnaround plan. Or maybe a revival like possibly bringing Mr Peanut back from the dead some some observers are already cynically expecting to find out that he didn't die after all or that he'll be replaced with MRS peanut.

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"peanut" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

06:17 min | 1 year ago

"peanut" Discussed on WJR 760

"Bad news day huh Mister clean loses his job well maybe yeah the better get bald this a good reputation planters peanuts Mr peanut gone Mr peanut apparently up it looks like he went over a cliff and just absolutely heartbroken I gotta tell ya I know I know the next casualty though it's gonna be two casualties as well together mmhm the the peanut Eminem skies over yep they're gonna melt somebody's him off on what I'm telling you the it's funny how we get attached to these things you would be really good in advertising agency their friends stuff that in order was sent my resume this at any rate welcome back into the show everybody Richard thank you for the news as always it has a it's fun exchanging little stories with you too part of the Superbowl build up a whole man forgot about the Super Bowl already I like the chiefs and taken chief had I really been impressed with the way they played here in the especially the post season well they've got more homes in the forty Niners don't yeah my homies as they say in the commercial so yeah you're right David foreigners get to me drop below and the Niners have a great team is this going to be a great game or at least we thought it's got a chance to be yes you know too often were were left when we have expectations us for this one's got the you know it's got all the ingredients of being a great contest I I agree so so we'll see yeah it's it's a good way for the league to get on in the post patriot world well at least we have Tom Brady's former back up in the Superbowl right so it's not totally without the connection to the patriots for awhile I thought they were going to cancel the gave you know wants to be but the weather here we have to carry on I gotta tell ya I just enjoyed a great conversation during the break as well back in the sports department Steve Courtney's back there with the Ken brown and and Nikolai rowdy in Europe as a log so you guys have a quorum here's the big here's the big discussion should the lines considered taking to a talk about law the Alabama quarterback who had the bad hip injury at number three overall there was restoring either news you're free press today the suggested that might think about doing that and the these guys I mean Courtney's warm I said that not all you don't need a quarterback the just play it out with the with staff written worried me I mean if you're worried about his back what about to us so what was the other German discussion going on to the lions take him or should they take some something else a pass rushers for the for a pass rusher in free agency and we just it took me back a few years the older asus for trapping yeah it doesn't bring well it it keeps everyone on their toes yeah you betcha and I want them to trade down do you want to get the extra players all right there you go the kicker says trade down and all right I'll tell you what I do that before I take two a little yes that's all actually I don't think you take a quarterback and I'm not even questioning the injuries of them just saying I I don't take a quarterback that I'll stick with the Matthew Stafford take my chances so all right let me with you all right we get to the phones here eight hundred eight five nine zero nine five seven will go out to Troy and Ron good morning on the front back and show trying to let me ask a rhetorical question to the back of it was just on and you can give me some feedback I'm very back in March two thousand to him when we are given in act what we do and I never have a fast that film to date what is what what do you mean when you drive in driving at that million hundreds of millions of people uninsured how did we get medical care so we went to they went to positions in different parts from certain stuff like that I mean how long people being killed for yeah they did was magically heal themselves no you're you're correct about that and and that was one of the points I was trying to make to the doctor that the care is available right now and it and it is paid for we have we have Medicare we have Medicaid available in this country in there there are different ways we take care of people who are in need of some that's right I mean it all that's just a little bit and I'm not saying it's the best thing in the world I kind of agree with you when you're saying you work hard and you were walking got in with a company that provided healthcare and so on but I mean the system is always been in place for people that are fans of the crack to be taken care of and he knows it talks about that it's just like in two thousand ten people instead of being taken care of automatically yeah run free **** to call thank you so very much I want to go let's go to Virginia actually we're going to Toledo to talk to Richard good morning Virginia right after that get off the doctor subject for a little bit all out of curiosity you know I have a good analytical mind out of curiosity I wondered if if trump was impeached could he run again well you know I know legally you can run again if you're between me and over the age of thirty five an American citizen right but I was curious to know if because if he was impeached would he be able to run technically the Congress would have to say no you've done something really wrong you can't run you can't run for any federal office they've only done that one time and that was she would judge who.

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"peanut" Discussed on Liftoff

Liftoff

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"peanut" Discussed on Liftoff

"Thank you to express VPN for their support of lift-off and all of really FM. So I think we should get into the news of the day. Yeah. Let's do it. Let's do it. It is new horizons which has flown by and taking pictures of peanut. You mean immu twenty fourteen sixty nine said that the number. Yeah. Yeah. And they they're calling it Altima Tuli. Although, you know, I think look we said we sell them this show. Peanut was the right name. I think we've been proven, right? It's very exciting. So I down they are kind of pixel, but there are way higher resolution images that will becoming if you haven't heard it's the same story as with Pluto, which is they fly there. They say goodbye to the space craft basically before flies by good luck. And then the spacecraft is on its own doing this complete massive data collection as it passes by these objects by Pluto, and now by peanut where they're they're picking all the pictures and all the sensors and all the computer time all the storage space is devoted to grabbing all the images while they're close. They don't have time. They're not pointing toward earth to relay information. They go dark, and then when it's all said and done it radios back signal saying, basically got it. I'm still alive, and I got it. And so the way the time line worked is on New Year's Eve just after midnight eastern time it the fly happened. And then on New Year's day, like twelve hours later or something they got an initial signal back from new horizons, which basically said a malivert, and here's the status of my hard drive, basically of the SDS on this thing. And that's important. Because basically what it said is I got all the date. I saved all the day that there was no mouth function or anything. The the hard drive is full. And now now we're at the point where like with Pluto, it's turn back toward earth..

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"peanut" Discussed on Hello Internet

Hello Internet

03:59 min | 3 years ago

"peanut" Discussed on Hello Internet

"And it's a real life threatening thing. But I'm agreeing with you about Ken there, even be a person who has an allergy. So extreme that to breathe the air of theater that has been contaminated with a single peanut is a problem. And if that person exists they can't live in the world. They have to drive out into the middle of Montana and live in a cabin alone. Forever. Like, shirley. That's the only thing going to leave the room walk within a matrix of someone just walking out of a pub with a packet of pay nut slow. I don't know. I don't know. It's it's very strange like I said if that worried about it fair enough fair enough. But just don't even use a pain in the play because it really affected. Yeah. My viewing of the play into that pain sane happened. It was all I could think about and then when it happened. I think it was that it, but that's just like we've we've talked about safety gone crazy. And that's why this is such a baffling situation. Because surely if safety is going to go crazy, the safest thing to do is to not have a peanut weird and baffling that you want to draw so much attention to it. It's I would almost think I don't know. I would almost think like I'm trying to think if I had been in charge of that play. What would be the reason that I would do it? And the only reason I would do it is because I would find it hilarious to imagine people wondering what the giant peanut explosion is going to be and then do put a single peanut onstage. And then just have like that that the only reason I would do it is is like a just a whole Larry is troll that I could giggle out from behind the scenes of like everybody's waiting for the peanut in here. It comes. But then there's no other reason. It's madness. It's total madness. I don't I don't understand. That is bizarre. Brady. That's a really bizarre story. Also, put it prediction down on the table that in twenty to thirty years peanuts. Just don't exist in the in the cuisine of anyone in the world anymore. I think peanuts are peanuts are an endangered species for human consumption because of this this sort of stuff. It's like, okay peanuts are going to go away. And then someone's going to be watching this play. And he's going to the distracting thing will then be what's a peanut. What what is what does it mean that he's using? What is this thing? If paid us go extinct rot because of this situation. Does that mean people with peanut allergies? Lot will reproduce more and paint. Allergies will become more and more common. And then paint us will become like a secret weapon, and like a country could just drop peanuts on your nation and kill everyone. I hadn't thought about weaponized peanuts. That wasn't that wasn't where my brain went with that. I don't know. I mean, this touches touches the topic. That is one of the things I don't know what the current consensus state of sciences. So I'm going to we're going to say this next sentence with a huge asterisk on it. Which is I don't know. How true this is? This is just my understanding. I think that the consensus is lack of exposure to peanuts is a large factor in what causes peanut allergies. I think that's true. And then you end up with the self fulfilling cycle than as you remove peanuts from the foods, plying specifically of children, like I said at the schools, I taught peanuts were just totally forbidden. So I think that that's the consensus that lack of exposure causes at the very least peanut allergies. There are many allergies that don't work like this. But for some people food allergies do work like this. And that's kind of why I think it's peanuts may really be thing that just totally goes away because the more you become conscious about peanuts. The more you. You have to become cautious about peanuts. I could be wrong about that. But that's that's what I think is the case. And so yes, if that is true, then perhaps in fifty years Brady, you could build weaponized peanuts that could become a thing paint up bomb. Yeah. Peanut bum. Let's hope let's hope the brutality of war doesn't reach that level..

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"peanut" Discussed on The Uncertain Hour

The Uncertain Hour

02:04 min | 4 years ago

"peanut" Discussed on The Uncertain Hour

"Sure so now jeff isn't happy because they still have to list rapeseed oil on the label skippy is not happy because the fda's given into their big competitor and let them chris go in peanut butter in the first place these fights went on for six years and as these two heavyweights skippy in jeff we're doing it out meanwhile ruth desmond the rookie was putting together her own team to give the whole peanut butter industrial complex a run for its money asia eating whole murderers first was the letter writing campaign ruth desmond the alert her used or newsletter to get the word out to whom makers across the country about this peanut flavored cold cream and it worked so this looks like it is folder flew of consumer letters tons and tons of letters from consumers about the peanut butter standard angie boyce the bioethics researcher at johns hopkins took me through the boxes and boxes of letters that were sent to the fda about the proposed peanut butter regulation if they are now stored at the national archives hundreds of them we spend an afternoon reading through them gentlemen please underlined do not allow peanut butter to be adulterated i understand there is some controversy over how many peanuts should be in peanuts have plenty of peanuts and peanut stick to the roof of your mouth kind similar typed summer handwritten citizen pink stationary if either two sons i feel it is not in their best interest to permit peanut butter to be adulterated one person sent a telegram telegraph that concerns 100 percent peanut butter please please please one letter from a makusi ah was on new york stock exchange letterhead it's an important food for children it was followed by another letter from the same letterhead from a mr kendall same his secretaries use of that stationary was inappropriate.

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"peanut" Discussed on The Uncertain Hour

The Uncertain Hour

02:06 min | 4 years ago

"peanut" Discussed on The Uncertain Hour

"They were not okay with this 95 percent fda peanut butter proposal of course it's no surprise jeff wasn't into it jeff had been making peanut butter with way less peanuts but it turns out skippy and peter pan had dirty secrets of their own they didn't make the 95 percent cut either over the last decade they'd been putting fewer and fewer peanuts into their peanut butter too in other words peanut butter was changing so fast that the fda's proposal of 95 percent peanuts based on the industry standard from just a decade before meant none of these big brands were entitled to the name peanut butter none of those big brands a peanut butter would even be able to be called peanut butter so you can imagine there was a lot of consternation meanwhile as ruth desmond started to follow all this she was shocked jenner members coming home from high school one day and our mom telling her can you imagine that these scandals are trying to pass this peanut coal cream office peanut butter cold cream that old fashioned white gooby makeup remover janet says that became ruth's nickname for all the hydrogenated oil in these peanut butter she said that's terrible they wanna make money industry by putting less and less peanuts in the peanut butter and uh like she said it's children that are eating these peanut butter sandwiches mostly at near they're trying to put coal cream in there and they use less peanut she said it's just peanut flavored call cream like pawns coal crane that you put off he's what she called that she said you might as well put some jeff on your face at night or each as this good lightly cheaper to death in the language of today ruth had found her sound bite and the battle between the peanut butter industrial complex the fda and the peanut butter grandma was on.

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"peanut" Discussed on The Uncertain Hour

The Uncertain Hour

01:47 min | 4 years ago

"peanut" Discussed on The Uncertain Hour

"But meanwhile if you're skippy or one of jeff's other competitors the ones who tipped the fda off to jeff's suspiciously smooth peanut butter in the first place your leg we've gone to all this trouble to hydrogen eight peanut oil squeezed out of real peanuts and you're just going to stick a bunch of chris coleman jr hurry this is a shoeproducing dole to root furniture we've all worried abroad over all these years consumers are going to burn more lulu shooter they're going to barsov rumor sort was going to be like our peanut butter rule pure boater aggregates something much much worse so the fda and jeff and skippy and the other peanut butter companies go round and round with these intensely practical yet intensely deep questions is jeff's chris go peanut butter recipe innovation or adulteration doesn't matter if the hydrogenated oil and peanut butter comes from peanuts verses cottonseeds or rape seeds and is peanut butter with only seventy five percent peanuts still peanut butter if not where is the line eighty percent ninety one hundred at one point the fda asked the peanut butter industry to come up with its own threshold figure out um in our industry selfregulation jeff thought 75 percent was fine skippy wanted higher start to see these sort of battle lines i'm forming because it are they have different formulations and different concerns and so they really couldn't come to an agreement and finally the fda says another life is enough will come up with some ground rules for what peanut butter isn't isn't.

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