Peanut Butter | How It's Made

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Peanut butter is one of the most popular condiments in the United States. We all use it. Some use it as a topping, and even our pets can eat it.

With that in mind, how is one of the most popular condiments made? This documentary explains the entire process, from the start to finish.

And yes, peanuts play a large role in making peanut butter. It is a short video, but it is more than enough to show you the process of making peanut butter.

Many people try to make their own peanut butter, and this video will help you become better even at that.

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