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The Aztecs were the first to crush peanuts into a paste.
However, they were far from the peanut butter we know today.
The current peanut butter manufacturing process is assigned to three doctors and inventors.
In 1884, a Canadian inventor, Marcellus Gilmore Edson, patented peanut paste.
Then in 1895, the creator of Kellog, Dr. John Harvey Kellogg, in turn patented a process to make peanut butter from raw peanuts.
He markets it by addressing it to toothless patients !!
In 1903, Dr. Ambrose Straub patented a machine for making peanut butter.
Very popular in the USA, the peanut butter is an excellent flavor on its own but also a fine complement for biscuit recipes from peanut butter cookies to coconut-peanut cake...
It quickly becomes a must to make e juice with complex recipes like peanut butter cheesecake or peanut butter chocolate e liquid.
Capella peanut butter flavor brings its specific notes to all diy recipes and flavors gourmet e liquids, potential all day vape.
Peanut butter cookie e juice recipe
Capella flavorings are food grade. So you can use this peanut butter flavoring in pastry, etc.