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    Smuckers Simply Fruit spreads

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    Peach | Jam, Jelly, & Preserves | Smucker's Products | Smucker's
    Blueberry | Jam, Jelly, & Preserves | Smucker's Products | Smucker's

    thoughts on using this every so often with eggs or other things?

    I love blueberry with chicken for some reason.

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    Be careful with things like "fruit syrup and natural flavors". They can be very misleading. Grok On!

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    I just through up a little in my mouth.

    Smuckers?

    What happened to avoiding processed foods?
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    I knew the question by reading the title. No. just No. If Smucker's Jam is now primal, I'm outta here. Meats and veggies and natural fats, people. It's not hard.
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    *wades in* i buy it on occasion, i like peach jelly

    i also made my own with no sugar gell stuff, it was less sweet and more tangy and super easy
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    Quote Originally Posted by SoccerGrok View Post
    Be careful with things like "fruit syrup and natural flavors". They can be very misleading. Grok On!
    And, in the ingredients list, the "fruit syrup" comes before the actual fruit. "Natural flavors" can include sugar. Hey, it's a "natural" product, right?

    So, just eat the fruit or make it into a smoothie. You don't need all that other stuff.

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    Processed food--NO!

    If you like blueberry with chicken, then buy fresh blueberries and mash them or however you like them with your chicken.

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    Quote Originally Posted by emmie View Post
    Processed food--NO!

    If you like blueberry with chicken, then buy fresh blueberries and mash them or however you like them with your chicken.
    +1

    making your own fruit compotes/reductions for dishes and what not is super easy and way better for you.
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    I'm a bit sceptical to the fruit syrup also. If possible, I would try to get hold of some actual fruit and berries and have that with my meal instead.
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    There's nothing wrong with eating something out of a jar if you truly enjoy it. However, I think you should treat yourself to something a step above smuckers.
    My favourite jam is crofter's: Welcome to Crofter's Organic! (I find it at whole foods, or zehrs if you live in canada)
    This is also good: :: Welcome to St.Dalfour - Naturally Versatile :: (I find it at safeway, but I think it's pretty high in sugar)

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