Because of the luck of the land, there are people in our world who are born into, live, and die in places with little water and less food. It is the children who suffer the most from malnutrition and the hardest thing in healing them is, ironically, getting them to eat when food is available.
When you crack open a jar of Jason’s Shea Nut Butter, you are greeted with a texture and an aroma you would not expect.
The texture of the butter is hard and granular and the smell is of coconuts.
For a 15 year stretch growing up in Nebraska — from age five to 20 — I ate a toasted — toasting the bread made it a hot meal — peanut butter and jelly sandwich three times a day: One for breakfast, one for lunch and the final one for a late-night snack.