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Table of Contents:
- Can I eat pie filling raw?
- Can I eat apple pie filling raw?
- Is there a difference between canned pumpkin and pumpkin pie filling?
- Is Libby's 100 pure pumpkin the same as pumpkin puree?
- Is Libby's real pumpkin?
- Is Libby's pumpkin puree really pumpkin?
- Is 100 pure canned pumpkin good for dogs?
- Why does Dogs like peanut butter?
Can I eat pie filling raw?
Don't. Just don't. Canned pie fillings are so full of sugar and cornstarch and other things you don't want, and always overcooked so your pie will be mushy and unpleasant to eat. Use a store bought piecrust if you like.
Can I eat apple pie filling raw?
Please do feel free to actually use the filling for pie, or do like me and just eat straight from the jar. There WILL be juice leftover after you transfer the apples to their jars and pour over enough liquid to cover, but save and have nummy apple cider to sip while you await your 20 minute canning period.
Is there a difference between canned pumpkin and pumpkin pie filling?
Canned pumpkin puree contains 100% pumpkin without any additional spices or flavors. ... On the other hand, pumpkin pie filling features pureed pumpkin flavored with the spices traditionally found in pumpkin pie: cloves, cinnamon, allspice and/or nutmeg.
Is Libby's 100 pure pumpkin the same as pumpkin puree?
First and foremost: Canned pumpkin and pumpkin puree are the same thing. These terms are often used interchangeably in recipes (you may also see the term solid-pack pumpkin). All these terms mean 100% steamed and pureed pumpkin—no extras, no add-ins (nope, not even in the canned variety).
Is Libby's real pumpkin?
But instead of those pumpkin varieties, Libby's grows a proprietary strain of tan-skinned Dickinson squash. And although Libby's does refer to its fruit as "pumpkin," in appearance, taste, and texture (not to mention species) it more closely resembles squash.
Is Libby's pumpkin puree really pumpkin?
Most pumpkin purees are a mix of winter squashes, including butternut squash, Golden Delicious, and Hubbard. Meanwhile, Libby's, the largest pumpkin puree brand, has developed its own unique brand of squash called the Dickinson, which is more closely related to a butternut squash than a pumpkin.
Is 100 pure canned pumpkin good for dogs?
Plain canned pumpkin without added sugars, ingredients, or fillers, as well as plain fresh pumpkin and pumpkin flesh, are safe bets for your dog. One thing to be sure to avoid is sugar-free canned pumpkin, Dr.
Why does Dogs like peanut butter?
As noted by the doctor who invented the stuff, peanut butter's protein is easy to digest — and not just for humans. Dogs tend to have a taste for foods they need. ... It might be a little bit of everything: salt, sugar, fat and protein. Or maybe the answer is very simple: Dogs love peanut butter because it's fun to eat.
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