Where is peanut butter listed on the food pyramid?

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Peanut butter is on the 3rd level on the food pyramid. It is included with meats, beans, eggs, and nuts. A person should have two to three servings per day from this section of the food pyramid.
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It is in the meat group. I'm not being sarcastic it really is.
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in the top section because its not a good for you fat,like olive oil or nut oils etc.
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Peanuts are with the meat and other protein food close to the top of the
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1. Grease a muffin tin liberally with cooking oil or lard. 2. Cream 1 part peanut butter with 1 part wild birdseed in a medium mixing bowl. 3. Fold in three parts cornmeal. 4. Press
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An unknown St. Louis physician supposedly invented peanut butter in 1890 as a nutritious protein substitute for people with poor teeth who couldn't chew meat.
Peanuts were known as early as 950 B.C. and originated in South America. The ancient Incas used peanuts and were known to have made it into a paste-like substance.
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