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Blah! My last jar of TJ's peanut butter was not on the list, but the one I opened and shared with my daughter on an apple today is.

We'll be fine, I imagine, but now there is a practically full jar of very tasty almond butter in the trash. :(

And we have no more nut butter in the house!! Oh noes!! ;)

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Curious -- anyone know how long it takes to figure out if the problem came from within the plant that produces these products OR if it is possible that other companies could have received problem nuts but have not yet recalled their products.

I certainly picked a great week to trial almonds ;)

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Does anyone know if the raw almond butter was on the recall list?

Check the link. That was what had been recalled until the date it was published.

This is all of the recalls of anything, in the last few days

http://www.fda.gov/Safety/Recalls/default.htm

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MOre PB and almond butter products being recalled

http://www.fda.gov/Safety/Recalls/ucm320647.htm

BTW - lately I've been making my own almond butter and it is SUPER easy. I just roast some raw almonds for about 15 minutes, let them cool slightly, then throw in the food processor with some salt and coconut oil. If I bulk order the almonds from Amazon, it is way cheaper than the store bought brand. Just thought I'd throw that in there, b/c until recently it never occurred to me that I could do my own.

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