I have a problem with peanut butter. The problem is I eat too much of it. I know peanut butter is good for you, but not in the mass quantities I eat it in. I can add peanut butter to anything – bananas, oatmeal, toast, sandwiches, bagels, waffles, Saltine crackers, brownies, pretzels, on top of other scoops of peanut butter, in dirty socks, on shards of glass.
You get the idea.
Anyway, I recognized the problem and identified the solution: don’t buy peanut butter. Duh. Well, that won’t happen. There are two of us in the house that eat peanut butter, so it’s not fair to the hubs if he wants it.
I went with the second most sensible option: find a peanut butter substitute that I don’t like as well so I won’t overeat. Enter sunflower butter.
Well, I’m finding out this was a bad idea. I like sunflower butter better than peanut butter. A lot better. Bought this one a couple days ago.
I don’t even need something to put sunflower butter on. My finger works. Or my upper lip. You know, for later.
Oh, and I took that picture while in a tele-conference at work. Don’t say I never did anything for you.
So now I need to stop buying sunflower butter.
It’s getting ridiculous.
Sunflower butter, I’m breaking up with you.
What food do you need to keep out of the house?