Peanut butter grinder

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I'm looking for a commercial version but not high capacity. I've seen them in health food stores. I found a few leads on the Net but nothing very promising. If you go to health food stores could you look for a brand name on one? Thanks for any help.
 

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I've always wondered if you could grind other nuts in these. Macadamia butter...mmmmmm
 

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I remember reading somewhere that grinding your own nuts (ouch) was more dangerous than you might think. It had to do with a fungus or some type contaminant that's on peanuts. This is not a problem with peanut butter for some reason.
 

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This is for use by customers in my store. So the Oster won't work. The health food store we used to go to had one but that was 10+ years ago.
Some people are deathly allergic to peanuts, I believe it is a fungus that occurs on all peanuts, so if you use the same grinder it would contaminate the other nut butter.
Cashew butter is wonderful. I think macademias would be good but a lot of oil.
 

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Peanut butter machine

Something like that? /ubbthreads/images/graemlins/icon3.gif
 

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I'm allergic to Cashews, not Peanuts. This week I had a Macadamia cookie and whoa and behold I had an allergic reaction to it! Found out later the cookie also contained traces of cashews /ubbthreads/images/graemlins/jpshakehead.gif

I was glad to find out my unholy love of Macadamias wasn't in danger though :-D
 

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Thanks [email protected], That is more of a home unit. The machine I'm looking for has a large hopper with a cover, you put a 'deli' container under the spout and hit the switch and in about 30-40 seconds you have 16 oz. of peanut butter. It is warm and quite delicious, even after cooling.
My guess is that the third item here is what I'm looking for. I googled a lot looking for one, found lots of references to them in stores and home units but no websites for manufacturers. Thus I turned to the CPF knowledge base /ubbthreads/images/graemlins/smile.gif

BTW THIS or this
won't work either /ubbthreads/images/graemlins/smile.gif
 

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Well I called the company at the link above. They got my email but hadn't responded yet. Took a couple pics and emailed them to me. Looks good. Now they are figuring a shipping quote.
If you visit the North Shore of Lake Superior stop in Beaver Bay for some peanut butter /ubbthreads/images/graemlins/smile.gif In a month or so I'd guess.
 

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being a diabetic who loves Peanut Butter we had to make our own, Peanut Oil and a Food Processor. works quite well.
 

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