The use of Peanut Butter can be traced back to the Aztecs and ancient Incas times. They used to ground the peanuts as a food ingredient. Though many people thought that peanut butter was invented by George Washington Carver, he wasn’t. Instead, he promoted more than three hundred uses for peanuts including soybeans and sweet potato. Who Invented the Peanut Butter? The Peanut butter was invented by Marcellus Gilmore Edson, a Canadian Chemist, and Pharmacist who patented the peanut butter in 1884. The history of peanut butter began when Edson tried to solve a common state problem for people who
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