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Very cool but does it do crunchy peanut butter? :)
<p>I'm quite sure, but only if you put it in the microwave first! ;)</p>
<p>Several empty caulk tubes at amazon. Don't know if they are food grade, but I'd take them over cleaning out a used silicone cartridge. :-)</p>
<p>What doesn't kill you makes you stronger - but thanx for the tip ;)</p>
<p>You do know they sell peanut butter in tubes? As well as refillable peanut butter tubes?</p><p>I really do like this instructable though, when trying to make a bunch of sandwiches I will use your method.</p><p>Thank you for the great idea!</p>
<p>I need this at my desk!</p>
Think I'd just get a jerky gun over cleaning silicone tubes
<p>A jerky gun?! I had to look on the net what that thing looked like - never seen in Europe! Okay, you guys overseas you took the old world in speed for this time...</p>
I have buddies in the UK, Germany, and Japan that make jerky. Not sure where they got theirs but I know they have them. Sorry tho it never crossed my mind you might be in an area where its something impossible to get. Even then you can get a cake frosting bag and use that over something that's questionable food grade.
<p>I'll have to try this on my next backpacking trip!</p>
<p>Prevent your companions, because they will eat your powder!</p>
Many commercial restaurant supply places sell these things. I got some for about $30. They are food grade and the gun is stainless steel. I like the idea of a jerky gun, shooting jerky, oh yeah!
<p>I guess jerky - I even didn't know what that was - is one of those things that are making North American &amp; European cultures slightly different. ;)</p>
<p>This is really cool! It looks like it works really well with peanut butter sandwiches too!</p>
<p>Ooooooooh yeah!</p>

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