Have you ever had Almond Butter? Years ago, I was introduced to almond butter. At the time, I didn’t like it. As a matter of fact.. I hated it. Those days are far behind me now,and I actually participate in the consumption of almond butter and other almond products frequently.
So much so,that I asked to be a part of a new review for an almond butter product. The product you ask? Once Again almond butter. Here’s a little info about the brand:
Per the website:
“Jeremy Thaler and Constance Potter met while establishing Mifflin Street Co-op in Madison, Wisconsin. They shared a common belief in the importance of herbal supplements, worker-owned cooperatives, organic and sustainable farming and the power of community. Upon leaving Madison and moving to Rochester, New York, they established a worker cooperative distribution called Clear Eye Distribution, and a whole-grain bakery that also produced granola using a barrel roaster.
A chance question from a friend, “You have a barrel roaster; why don’t you use it to make peanut butter?” led Jeremy to the peanut butter business. In 1976, Once Again Nut Butter was born.
When I first received my Blogger kit, a didnt know what to expect. I mean, I had this box with raccoon footprints on it, and I didn’t know why,lol. Once I opened the box,though, I discovered what was sent. Miniature almond butters!!!
Surprisingly, these almond Butters are incredibly delicious. They are rich in texture and decadent in taste. I don’t even know why I’ve never tried them before. Here some information below to learn more about Once Again Almond Butters.