I.M. Healthy Soynut Butter Creamy Unsweetened -- 15 oz
Nut Lovers Definitively should Try This!
I have no allergies, I just tried this because I like nutty tastes and was curious. It turns out that soynuts smell soooo wonderful, taste sooooo good and I' kind of addicted to it now! I can't even remember the last time I ever had peanut butter! I also mix this with chuncky steel cut oats, plain yogurt, smear on sandwiches....etc. And the first time I had unsweetened butter, I was worry about the light taste - But you GOTTA try this. It's not as sweet as you'd had w. usual sweetened butters, but you have a better taste of how wonderful, creamy and nutty it is!
So sad that both grocery stores I usually shop at no longer carry this, wish Vitacost also carries the unsweetened chuncky version!
October 23, 2012
I eat this everday
This is one of those things that is just wonderful if you have multiple food allergies. It is high nutrition since I can't eat most foods and tend to just overall lack calories. My only complaint is that when I can't get to the store, vitacost is actually like $1 more for the unsweetened (the sweetened has corn, which is one of my allergies) than I can get it for locally which sucks because I really hate leaving the house when I don't feel well and actually prefer buying from them.
August 25, 2012
Peanut free, gluten free! Good product!
I use this in place of peanut butter. Vitacost has it at a great price too. It is a good, healthy source of protein.
October 20, 2010
Perfect for peanut allergies
I use this anywhere I'd use peanut butter -- sandwiches, recipes, snacks. The soybean oil does tend to settle out over time, but instead of mixing it back in as the instructions suggest, I just pour it off. Then, what's left is even healthier (higher protein, lower fat per gram), albeit not as creamy as if I had mixed the oil back in. Since it's sugar free, it's very healthy, but I also tend to pair it with something sweet, such as blueberry all fruit preserves in sandwiches or light agave nectar in recipes.
February 19, 2010