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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My Plate
The Food Pyramid has been replaced with a diagram called MyPlate. The USDA recommends making half your plate fruits and vegetables, making at least half your grains whole grains, and switching to fat-free or low-fat (1%) milk.
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