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.
Peanut butter, popular in many countries, is a food paste made primarily from ...
credited as the inventor due to his extensive work in cultivating peanut crops and
Aug 5, 2010 ... Although Carver didn't invent peanut butter, he did play a significant role in
popularizing it and his 1880 “invention” of peanut butter preceded ...
Jan 23, 2012 ... But many people have been credited with the title of peanut-butter-inventor,
among them George Washington Carver. However, he did not ...
Joseph Lambert worked for Dr. Kellogg and began selling his own hand-operated peanut butter
grinder in 1896. It was Carver who made peanuts
a significant crop in the American South in the early 1900's.
One-half of all edible peanuts
produced in the United States are u... More »
Mar 2, 2015 ... In celebration of National Peanut Month, we looked no further than ... for his work
with peanuts (though he did not invent peanut butter, as some may believe). ... to
this scientist and inventor than simply being "the Peanut Man.
Jun 11, 2015 ... History of Peanuts and Peanut Butter ... Around 1900, labor-saving equipment
was invented for planting, cultivating, harvesting and picking ...
Jun 9, 2015 ... Contrary to popular belief, George Washington Carver did not invent peanut
butter. He was one of the greatest inventors in American history, ...
March is National Peanut Month, a time to recognize one of America's beloved
foods! Whether they're roasted in the shell for a baseball game snack, crushed ...
Oct 24, 2015 ... Joseph L. Rosefield sold peanut butter in California, churning it to make it
smoother. He received the first patent for peanut butter that could stay ...