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Why you should eat peanut butter
You may still associate it with jam and assume it is packed with sugar, but if you buy the right kind (and fight the urge to eat the whole jar with a spoon),peanut butter can be a beneficial part of a healthy diet.
Pippa Murray, the 27-year-old founder of nut butter brand Pip &Nut,toldBusinessInsiderthatwhileoldergenerationsstillconsiderpeanutbuttertobeanindulgence,thinkingofsugaryproductslikeSkippy,thewayyoungergenerationslookatandeatpeanutbutterproductsisshifting.
Pip& Nut No matter the type of nut or the flavour, she said the way people are eating it is also different, which is partly thanks to influencers and food bloggers.
"Joe Wicks (The Body Coach) uses a lot of nut butter in his cooking which helps in terms of the awareness of the product but also in terms of ways to eat it," she said.
"People put it in their smoothies and in porridge. It's tasty but it's also a good source of protein, so it's good for muscle recovery post-workout."
Murray plans to launch a cookbook in January, titled "The Nut Butter Cookbook," which will feature 70 recipes using nut butters in breakfast and brunch through to savoury dishes and drinks.
"My favourite recipe ia toast with chilli, coriander, and lime on top of peanut butter on toast," she said.
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