The Best Invention Since Peanut Butter

Here's the best invention since, well, sliced bread and peanut butter: Easy PB&J Jar by Sherwood Forlee:

Peanut Butter: it's the greatest invention ever. The only downside to it, though, is the jar that it comes in. How many times have reached the bottom of the jar only to be frustrated at not being able to get those last few bits? Well, too often for me.

The Easy PB&J Jar is a jar with two lids that allows you to access all of your peanut butter easily without having to resort to breaking open the jar. As you near the end on one side, simply flip the jar over to get the rest. The straight and smooth internal walls also ensure that no peanut butter is ever left behind a nook or cranny like existing jars.

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Why does everyone say that this is useless?? We buy all of our peanut butter from the grinding machine at our local market. It has a giant hopper of shelled, dry-roasted, unsalted peanuts, and a big switch. Throw the switch and out comes the PB. We currently re-use machine washed plastic tubs from products like yoghurt, cottage cheese and the like (Nancy's yoghurt tubs actually have a three lines printed on the side where you can write in marker what you've re-used it for). But, we like jars better because they are more sturdy and aren't made of plastic.
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