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Peanut butter contains carcinogenic aflatoxins. The aflatoxins come from a microscopic mold that is present in all peanuts.The longer peanut butter is stored the more aflatoxins accumulate.

http://www.openeyehealth.com/2011/05...peanut-butter/

People who work processing peanuts are required to wear masks and they have higher rates of liver cancer. I have even heard that eating a scoop of peanut butter a day is like living next to a nuclear power plant in the amount of toxins you take in.

Peanut butter that has been sitting on a shelf for years is probably loaded with aflatoxins. Not a good prep food IMO. Peanut butter is best to be bought fresh, supermarket brands that contain more artificial ingredients are actually less toxic than organic peanut butter. Then once opened PB should be refrigerated to cut down on mold growth.

the key word you left out is susceptible to the fungi. this doesnt mean ALL peanut butter has it.

Peanuts are susceptible to a fungi known as Aspergillus which produces aflatoxins


but i do agree i wouldnt keep peanut butter long term it does go bad. just get enough to get you through about a year or so to let next years harvest kick in and drop prices back down
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