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How long will the peanut butter stay good in the refrigerator?

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2011-03-29 21:50:18
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look at the expiration date

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Peanut butter can be stored in the refrigerator or just on a shelf for months and still be good. Make sure no insects can get into the stuff.


Peanut butter has a natural preservative in it. It does not need to be refrigerated. It will keep for months out of the refrigerator. How about "natural" peanut butter? I read that there is a cancer-causing mold in peanut butter, and if left un-refrigerated, can grow?


Peanut butter is good for a very long time. It dosent even need refrigeration if kept tightly closed.


yes nothing will happen to it but dont leave it in there for to long


Yes, as long as it is natural peanut butter (meaning no additional sugars or fats were added).


Yes, as long as it is natural peanut butter (meaning no additional sugars or fats were added). Peanut butter is a good source of protein, especially for vegetarians, and contains healthy oils.



All peanut butter is labelled with an expiration date on the package. It is best to throw away any food by the time the expiration date is up, or shortly thereafter for foods with a long shelf life such as peanut butter. The product may be good for some time after opening if opened near the date of expiration. It is best to use your judgement, and if in doubt, throw it out.


Check for an expiration date. Once opened some can last for 2-3 months in a refrigerator before getting old. But if you like peanut butter a lot, then it might not last for even an hour.


no its is not good to eat peanut butter late at night its because it is late at night and you have to go to sleep.if you eat peanut butter it will take a very long time to digest in your stomach as you are sleeping. you can eat peanut butter late at night unless your stomach can take it.some people can eat peanut butter at night it is because their stomach can take it but if your stomach cannot take it.it is always best not to eat peanut butter late at night.


Butter stays good in the refrigerator for several weeks. Place it in an airtight container to store. Butter also freezes well.


Dogs love peanut butter. Most people will put peanut butter in a Kong so it takes the dog a long time to get the peanut butter out. It keeps the dog busy.


peanut butter, work great. as long as you push it into the lever. while the rat is licking the peanut butter, it will inevitably press to hard and SNAP!


As a breakfast cereal, not really. Peanut butter does add some protein, but it also adds a lot of fat to a breakfast, and fat equals calories. Oatmeal is just as good a start to the day without peanut butter as it is with peanut butter, since plain oatmeal keeps you full for a long time. Maybe just keep oatmeal with peanut butter for the weekends?


Since peanut butter can last very long refer to the expiration date of the peanut butter bottle. but usally close to 8- months


It depends. Peanut Butter is good for you as long as it is sugar free. Same thing with jelly.


Jif peanut butter first appeared on store shelves in 1958.


I can't think of peanut butter with added dairy products, so as long as your peanut butter doesn't include milk or any other dairy, then your safe!


Like all foods, peanut butter does have a shelf life and will expire. But this will take a very long time.


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I got online to see how long an unopened jar of peanut butter last because I had found an unopened jar in my storage unit today. Everyone had different friendus. So.....I opened the jar and stirred the oil into the peanut butter that had settled on top. After being in storage (extreme heat and cold) for 5 years.....the peanut butter was STILL good and there was no bitter taste either. Hope that helps.


Yes as long as its not crunchy cause the peanuts wont be good with food coloring


Peanut butter is almost a "no brainer"- in simple form all it is , is pureed peanuts. If Carver invented it, it must not have taken him very long. More likely he saw its value as a food and promoted it as a good way to enjoy peanuts.


2weeks we are doing a science project to see which molds faster, peanut butter or jelly. After 4 weeks, there is NO mold.


Peanut butter can be used in yeast bread as long as it is used to replace some other fat called for in the recipe.



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