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Is peanut butter commonly sold/eaten in Hungary?

Asked by zina (1648points) December 10th, 2006
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nomtastic's avatar
i had the problem i think you are having in argentina many years ago -- no peanutbutter anywhere. try middle eastern food import stores for the "all natural" kind, otherwise have someone send it to you in the mail from the us.
zina's avatar
Well, we're not there yet, but we will be soon. I was thinking of bringing some as gifts for friends - but only if they can't normally get it. I know this is the case with much of Eastern Europe, but I'm not sure about Hungary. (I experienced this in Argentina as well, and in Central America.)
finkelitis's avatar
Peanut butter is almost never sold or eaten in Hungary. There is, as far as I know, only one place to get it in all of Budapest, and that was in a Chinese import/export foods store underneath the main covered market in the city. I got it once, and have to say it was pretty poor quality.
finkelitis's avatar
Peanut butter is quite rare in Europe generally.

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