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It’s all about the butter

September 2, 2009

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Parents who can’t send their children to school with a classic PB&J because of peanut allergies can instead use SunButter ($4.99 for a 16-ounce jar, smooth or crunchy). Made in a peanut- and tree-nut-free factory in Fargo, N.D., since 2002, the roasted sunflower seed spread is slightly darker than peanut butter with the intense and pleasing taste of sunflower seeds (“Natural crunch’’ is loaded with them). Add two slices of whole-wheat bread for a nutritious midday meal. The spread might just start a revolution, with “SB&J’’ becoming the new cafeteria classic. Available at many Whole Foods Market, Shaw’s, Hannaford, and Target locations. SHERYL JULIAN

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