Don’t feel bad about spooning peanut butter from the jar – it’s a guilty delight that feels so wrong but is actually perfectly all right. Photo: Shutterstock
Don’t feel bad about spooning peanut butter from the jar – it’s a guilty delight that feels so wrong but is actually perfectly all right. Photo: Shutterstock
Andrew Sun
Opinion

Opinion

Mouthing Off by Andrew Sun

Savoury, sweet and full of flavour: why we eat peanut butter straight from the jar – a guilty delight that feels so wrong but is actually perfectly all right

  • Certain foods, by reputation and/or science, are just known to make us warm and fuzzy. Peanut butter offers that kind of emotional reassurance to Andrew Sun
  • An incident where he ate peanut butter from the jar left him feeling uneasy, but confessions and affirmations online prove he’s not the only one to do this

Don’t feel bad about spooning peanut butter from the jar – it’s a guilty delight that feels so wrong but is actually perfectly all right. Photo: Shutterstock
Don’t feel bad about spooning peanut butter from the jar – it’s a guilty delight that feels so wrong but is actually perfectly all right. Photo: Shutterstock
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