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    Sounds pretty good plus its easy to make it your own.

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    Default Alterantive to Peanut Butter

    Just don't get along with peanut butter,what could I use as an alternative.

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    Quote Originally Posted by English Stu View Post
    Just don't get along with peanut butter,what could I use as an alternative.
    Try sunflower seed butter! Or another nut butter, like almond.

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    Cashew butter!

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    Quote Originally Posted by English Stu View Post
    Just don't get along with peanut butter,what could I use as an alternative.
    That is downright unAmerican.

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    Default Peanut butter

    Your right is unamerican. I had weeks,nay months on the AT and was hungry and thought I surely must be able to eat peanut butter now, gave up when it started coming out much the same as it went it in. Sorry too much information.

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    That's OK. I can't tolerate tea

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    where do you fine corn flour look in my local markets non there
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    Quote Originally Posted by CowHead View Post
    where do you fine corn flour look in my local markets non there
    Try the hispanic section, look for masa (corn flour).

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    Quote Originally Posted by CowHead View Post
    where do you fine corn flour look in my local markets non there
    I found it in the ethnic food section. (Hispanic/Latino) Brand name Maseca.

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    You also might find it in the natural/health food section.

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    well, I missed this thread when it originally was posted. Moose goo sounds like something I would really like but I have a question.

    where can I buy the roll-up tubes? does REI carry them?

    is there a link that I can check them out on-line?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trillium View Post
    well, I missed this thread when it originally was posted. Moose goo sounds like something I would really like but I have a question.

    where can I buy the roll-up tubes? does REI carry them?

    is there a link that I can check them out on-line?

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    Coghlan makes them. Look here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by English Stu View Post
    Just don't get along with peanut butter,what could I use as an alternative.
    Another alternative is sesame seed butter.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rocket Jones View Post
    Coghlan makes them. Look here.
    Thank you! Appreciate the info.
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    Default A lot like Honey-Butter-Peanut Butter

    Moose Goo sounds a lot like Lou Osmond's (I hope I am spelling it correctly) recipe for something that the kids and I call "Honey-Butter-Peanut Butter". Simply mix equal parts honey, squeezable margarine, and peanut butter. The margarine makes it spreadable even in freezing temps.

    It may sound gross, but everyone who tries it loves it!

    I like everyone's suggestions of things to add.
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    Thanks I'll be Masa with this
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    I use equal parts honey, peanut butter and Masa. I think that it balances the flavors better.

    I have also used a small freezer bag instead of the tubes. This recipe makes great easy lunches with tortillas. I also like to eat beef jerky with it. It lasts a long time. In fact, I have some left over from my last trip that I am going to have for lunch today with a piece of left over fried chicken.

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    My hiking buddy and his wife came up with a way to eliminate the mess (and tubes)- I use that method all the time now (and I eat this almost everyday on the trail spread on a Cliff Bar).
    Make a large batch as noted below- Place the mixture in a 9" x 9" brownie pan, spread to a fairly even thickness and place in freezer for about an hour and a half to firm up. When firm (but not frozen) slice into rectangular pieces according to your preferred serving size. Place each section into a pint zip-loc bag, press out the air and seal. I then put each bag into a gallon bag and place the entire batch back in the freezer until I need it. This makes it simple to grab whatever I need and hit the road. On the trail, it is simple to bite the end off the bag and squeeze onto your choice of bread (or whatever).

    For me, a "batch" is: 2 c. honey, 2 c. maze flower and 1 c. peanut butter- fills the pan well. I also usually add a cup of raisins to the mix.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DripDry View Post
    For me, a "batch" is: 2 c. honey, 2 c. maze flower and 1 c. peanut butter...
    Same here. I like to add chocolate chips.

    I put the whole batch in one plastic bag. The tubes, IME, are unnecessary, as the 'Goo likes to stick to itself but not the bag. I like to simply pinch off the amount I want to use (through the bag), roll or "push" that amount towards the top of the bag, then simply apply it to a tortilla or whatever. There's no mess and only one bag used.
    It does have a strong peanut butter smell - so watch them critters!

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