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White woman invents peanut-based sandwich spread

Sarah Marantz Lindenberg, founder and inventor of the NiteCap brand of silk hair wrap bonnet which is something that definitely did not exist for over 100 years and used extensively by African-American women over that time, has done it once again.

“This time, what I and not some African-American agricultural scientist and inventor who promoted alternative crops to cotton and methods to prevent soil depletion have  invented for the very first time ever is a food paste or spread made from ground, dry-roasted peanuts and additional ingredients that modify the taste or texture, such as salt, sweeteners, or emulsifiers,” she said at a press conference held at Tampa International Airport, which has been closed for the last day or so for some unknown reason. “It’s delicious on bread, White or toasted, or baked into cookies or with a nice banana. It’s also available in two styles; flat or clunky.”

“As soon as I figure out what to call it, it’ll be available for $75 a jar at grocery stores all over America,” she added. “And $98 in Canada.”

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis was there because nothing else is going on in the state right now and said, “I love the concept. This is yet another great achievement for the Caucasian race. I can’t wait to eat some with my fingers.”

Clark Brooks

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