How to Tell If Peanut Butter Has Gone BadYou're not going to find mold growing on your peanut butter. Rancid peanut butter might smell, well, not like peanut butter (beware of bitter or metallic odors). How to Store Peanut ButterHow you should store your peanut butter is going to differ based on the type you're dealing with. Here's what they have to say on the matter:Unopened conventional peanut butter: 6-9 months, no refrigeration neededOpened conventional peanut butter: 2-3 months in the pantry, 6-9 months in the fridgeWhat about natural peanut butter? Much to my surprise, you don't have to refrigerate natural peanut butter, according to Teddie (a natural peanut butter company).
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