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Answered: Budding as new

I'm not quite sure what you're asking, but the word "budding" as it regards "new" relates to rebirth or growth. As an example, picture what happens to flowering trees after a long winter ~ the new growth of soon-to-be-flowers is called buds. Hence, "budding" as connected to "new."

Answered: Is peanut butter good for you?

It is wholesome good. But I will not eat those from grocery store at all. (period) Only two ways to get your P.B. (1) Buy from heaalth food store. (2) make your own.

Answered: Is Peanut Butter Healthy?

Peanut Butter is healthy as long as you are not allergic to peanuts..and by the way..they are not a NUT..they are a legume ( bean) and that's fiber...

Answered: Can you make peanut butter? and if so how?

Use fresh roasted or salted peanuts. Use a bland oil (safflower or vegetable) Allow 1 1/2 to 2 tablespoons oil to 1cup peanuts. If nuts are unsalted, add salt to taste, about 1/2 teaspoon per cup. Some people use an electric blender to emulsify the peanuts. I prefer a food processor. Start out with ...

Answered: When did butter sculpturing start?

I would say that butter sculpturing is over a century old. However, the earliest documented butter sculpture dates back to around 1536. The 21st century saw these taking a more modern perspective started in the twentieth century.

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I want to say it is this friday, saturday, and sunday. I think friday and saturday are from 10am-9pm, but sunday doesn't run for that long.
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