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[post_content] => Three essential tools for every handyman or woman. Includes our magnetic WristBuddy, an extendable, flexible magnetic flashlight and our three function COB headlamp!
1 - Magnetic WristBuddy:
The magnetic WristBuddy keeps everything within easy reach whether you’re under the hood, squeezing into a bathroom cabinet, up a ladder or just nailing a few 4×2’s together! Designed to hold lots of screws, nails, nuts and washers, the magnets are amply strong enough to also hold drill bits, hex keys, bolts, screwdrivers and even spanners.
Made from extremely durable 1680D Oxford cloth, your WristBuddy will be with you for years to come.
2 - Magnetic, Extendable, Flexible Flashlight
The perfect tool for finding that lost screw that rolled under your workbench or the pins that dropped onto the carpet! This bright, COB LED flashlight extends to a full 60cm (2ft), has a flexible neck and a strong magnet in the lens surround. It's also a wonderful aid for anyone with bad knees.
3 - Three Function COB LED Headlamp
How often have you wished for better lighting while doing a job? All you needed was a third hand with a flashlight, right? This tough, fully adjustable headlamp uses the latest Chip On Board LED technology for maximum performance. Set it for bright, normal or strobe function with a click of the switch.
Weighing just 65 grams (2.25 oz), including the three AAA batteries, our headlamp can be worn hour after hour. And because it's both shock and water resistant, it's great for camping and fishing as well as in the home and workshop.
Bought separately, these three items are currently selling for a combined total of $27.40. For this week only, we have packaged all three for just $17.50 including free delivery. Please note that there is a limit of three combo packs per customer.
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OK — so you probably know that making your own peanut butter is really easy. But if this is your first time doing it, then this recipe is worth reading as it provides a few simple tips that definitely makes a difference! If you have made some before, you might just discover that your good homemade peanut butter can even be better.
One trick here is to let your blender or food processor run, and run, and run, and run and run. It’s easy to make peanut butter though sometimes have to be a little patient to get the right consistency. Don’t be afraid to run the food processor!
Now head on to the recipe to learn how you can customize and make your DIY peanut butter a food paste you just can’t get enough of!
How to make perfectly good peanut butter
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We love spreading our own version on just about anything -- toast, apples, bananas, etc. We also love adding it to smoothies and oatmeals. :)
(Optional; see notes) Roast the peanuts. Heat oven to 350 degrees Farenheit and toast peanuts for around 10 minutes, until lightly golden and glossy.
Transfer peanuts to your blender food processor and pulse them a number of times until ground. (If you like chunky peanut butter, set aside 1/2 cup of these chopped nuts.)
Run your food processor continuously for one minute. Scrape the sides and bottom of bowl. The peanut butter will most likely look dry and gritty.
Process again for one minute, and scrape down sides of bowl. The butter should be clumping together at this point.
Run processor for another minute, then see if the butter is soft but thick, and glossy.
You can then add the oil, salt, sweetener and whatever add-ins you like, with amounts depending on your preference.
Process everything for one to two minutes, until they are spreadable and you are satisfied with the smoothness. (If it seems that the peanut butter isn't getting smooth enough after about 15 minutes, you can add a few more oil.) Note that homemade peanut butter can't be as perfectly smooth as the commercially made ones.
Taste your mixture, and add more of your ingredients if you wish. If you have set aside chunky peanuts, this is the time to add them. Incorporate by pulsing a few times.
Transfer peanut butter to a glass jar, or any container you have available.
You can enjoy your homemade peanut butter right away, and keep them in the fridge to last several weeks.
Roasting peanuts: Roasting warms up oil inside the peanuts, making it easier to blend everything. Plus, it gives a deeper flavour to your butter.
This Black&Decker food processor comes with 8-cup capacity work bowl, a reversible slicing/shredding disc with stainless steel blades and dishwasher-safe parts for easy cleaning. What's even great about this product is that it is discounted to more than 50% on Amazon right now!