The History of the Peanut and
   Peanut ButterPeanut Butter
its Incarnation: and Jelly


             By:
          Naoma ...
History of the Peanut and the Men Behind it
                        How Peanut Butter Made

                  Where Peanut...
History of the Peanut and the Men Behind it
                                         George Washington Carver was an
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How Peanut Butter is Made




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Where Peanut Butter Has Been




           Peanut butter and jelly were
staples in the G.I.’s rations in World War II.
Pe...
How to select the right ingredients: Bread and Beyond




           When making a peanut butter and jelly sandwich, it is...
Nutritional Value
                         Peanut Butter                     Whole Grain Bread




Jelly

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Peanut Butter and Jelly Inside the Food Pyramid
                                      You will see that our
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Take the Peanut Quiz
Click the appropriate box to submit your answer
  True       False
                          There we...
Resources
WWII photos
http://www.istockphoto.com/

Peanut butter history
http://peanut-butter.org/peanut-
butter/History+o...
Concept Map
  email
                                                               Where Peanut
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About the author

Naoma J. Bolt
Naoma is a senior at Grand Valley
 State University in Allendale,
Michigan. Before college...
No, sorry it was Jimmy Carter and Thomas
                   Jefferson.




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You’re right. It was Jimmy Carter and Thomas Jefferson.




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You’re right!!




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No, sorry – the answer was true.




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Hey you’re right. Peanuts were first grown in South
America and then brought to Africa by early explorers.
 They were then...
Sorry, peanuts were first grown in South America
 and then brought to Africa by early explorers. They
    were then traded...
Great answer. The U.S. is the leading producer
and consumer of peanut butter. Peanut butter
never had the same popularity ...
Guess again. The U.S. is the leading producer and
consumer of peanut butter. Peanut butter is truly
an all-American food a...
Nice answer. Who knew? Although kids do
eat a lot of peanut butter, adults consume
                   more.




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Who knew? Adults actually do consume
    more peanut butter than children do.




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Sorry, the U.S. market is actually worth 800
            million dollars a year.




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You’re right, the U.S. peanut butter market is
     worth 800 million dollars per year.




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Ever wonder why peanut butter sticks to the roof of your mouth? The
protein in peanut butter absorbs moisture!

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  1. 1. The History of the Peanut and Peanut ButterPeanut Butter its Incarnation: and Jelly By: Naoma Bolt
  2. 2. History of the Peanut and the Men Behind it How Peanut Butter Made Where Peanut Butter has been How to make the perfect sandwich But is it good for you? Nutritional News Test your peanut knowledge: Take the Peanut Quiz Resources Concept Map About the Author
  3. 3. History of the Peanut and the Men Behind it George Washington Carver was an inventor who developed many things, one of which was farming practices that gave rise to the peanut farming industry in the United States but he did not invent peanut butter. The U.S. patent holder for peanut butter belongs to Dr. John H. Kellogg and his brother. Their patent was granted in 1895 and at one time was only available in Ohio. In the United States, by law, peanut butter must contain at least 90% peanuts. This means, that if you make a lowfat version of peanut butter you must U.S. Patent holder for the process for making peanut call it something else, like a nut spread. butter, John H. Kellogg and Peanut butter is made with peanuts roasted his brother(yes, the same in an oven. The peanuts used have to be Kellogg). inspected first. Most of the peanuts used come from Florida, Georgia, and good ol' Alabama. quit
  4. 4. How Peanut Butter is Made Click on the image to play video quit
  5. 5. Where Peanut Butter Has Been Peanut butter and jelly were staples in the G.I.’s rations in World War II. Peanut butter provided the G.I.s with much needed protein when meat was not readily available to them. When the men returned to their homes after the war, sales of peanut butter and its familiar partner jelly increased. quit
  6. 6. How to select the right ingredients: Bread and Beyond When making a peanut butter and jelly sandwich, it is important to select just the right ingredients. Some people prefer smooth or creamy peanut butter while others prefer chunky. The choice is yours! As for the jelly component you have even more choices. While jelly is traditional, I personally enjoy preserves or jam (which contain pieces of fruit). You can’t very well create an all-American sandwich without the bread. What do you choose? Try something different and use a bagel, croissant, crackers, or rice cakes. Lastly, you’re going to need something to wash-down this taste treat. Again, tradition says milk, but why not try something else! Click on the milk carton to get some ideas. quit
  7. 7. Nutritional Value Peanut Butter Whole Grain Bread Jelly Anywhere between 150 and 180 calories for 2 slices Strawberry jelly: Size: 1 tbsp; Calories: 40, Total Fat: 0g, Carbs: 13g, Protein: 0g . Grape jelly is a little bit more at 50 calories quit
  8. 8. Peanut Butter and Jelly Inside the Food Pyramid You will see that our sandwich fits within many levels of the food pyramid. The bread fills the bottom layer of the pyramid. Peanut butter is in the nut group (even though peanuts are not nuts) and also fits in the fats, oils, and sweets level. The jelly is within the fruit group. quit
  9. 9. Take the Peanut Quiz Click the appropriate box to submit your answer True False There were 2 U.S. presidents who were peanut farmers; they were Jimmy Carter and George Washington. Peanuts are not actually nuts, they are legumes and grow underground. Peanuts were first grown in Africa. Peanut butter was almost never used outside the U.S. before 1960. Adults consume more peanut butter than do children. The U.S. market for peanut butter amounts to 100 million dollars per year. quit
  10. 10. Resources WWII photos http://www.istockphoto.com/ Peanut butter history http://peanut-butter.org/peanut- butter/History+of+Peanut+Butter Videos http://www.youtube.com/v=6H_M6yw32MO Calorie and nutritional information http://www.livestrong.com/thedailyplate/sear ch/?q=grape+jelly quit
  11. 11. Concept Map email Where Peanut Video Butter has Been Men behind Peanut Butter Author Page Title Page How to Make a PBJ Concept Map Beverages Resources Peanut Quiz Food Pyramid Nutritional Information Right Answer Wrong Answer quit
  12. 12. About the author Naoma J. Bolt Naoma is a senior at Grand Valley State University in Allendale, Michigan. Before college she started a family and worked in menial, dead-end jobs. It wasn’t until her divorce that she realized that she should become a teacher. She now works as a substitute teacher in the Grand Rapids area. Naoma enjoys reading, cooking and playing with the fuzzy animals that share her home. You can contact the author via the internet at naomabolt@comcast.net quit
  13. 13. No, sorry it was Jimmy Carter and Thomas Jefferson. quit Click the question mark to return to the quiz
  14. 14. You’re right. It was Jimmy Carter and Thomas Jefferson. quit Click the question mark to return to the quiz
  15. 15. You’re right!! quit Click the question mark to return to the quiz
  16. 16. No, sorry – the answer was true. quit Click the question mark to return to the quiz
  17. 17. Hey you’re right. Peanuts were first grown in South America and then brought to Africa by early explorers. They were then traded with Spain and the Spanish brought them to North America. Today they are grown primarily in Georgia, Florida and Alabama. quit Click the question mark to return to the quiz
  18. 18. Sorry, peanuts were first grown in South America and then brought to Africa by early explorers. They were then traded with Spain and the Spanish brought them to North America. Today the states that grow the most peanuts are Georgia, Florida and Alabama. quit Click the question mark to return to the quiz
  19. 19. Great answer. The U.S. is the leading producer and consumer of peanut butter. Peanut butter never had the same popularity in the rest of the world as it enjoys here. quit Click the question mark to return to the quiz
  20. 20. Guess again. The U.S. is the leading producer and consumer of peanut butter. Peanut butter is truly an all-American food and does not enjoy the same popularity as in the U.S.. quit Click the question mark to return to the quiz
  21. 21. Nice answer. Who knew? Although kids do eat a lot of peanut butter, adults consume more. quit Click the question mark to return to the quiz
  22. 22. Who knew? Adults actually do consume more peanut butter than children do. quit Click the question mark to return to the quiz
  23. 23. Sorry, the U.S. market is actually worth 800 million dollars a year. quit Click the question mark to return to the quiz
  24. 24. You’re right, the U.S. peanut butter market is worth 800 million dollars per year. quit Click the question mark to return to the quiz
  25. 25. Ever wonder why peanut butter sticks to the roof of your mouth? The protein in peanut butter absorbs moisture! This is the traditional beverage served with PB and J. *An 8 oz. glass has 150 calories *2% has 70 calories and *skim milk has 90 calories, but no fat. Orange juice has anywhere from 100 to 140 calories per 8 oz. glass (depending on how much sugar is added). Doesn’t sound like a lot of fun but it has no calories and gives your mouth the hydration it needs! Return to previous page quit

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