TIL peanut butter can glow in the dark. Due to its phenolic compounds, the protective agents found in plant-based foods, that absorb light in the ultra-violet spectrum and glow in the dark.

Read more: https://www.wearecentralpa.com/wtaj-plus/science-with-shields/science-with-shields-episode-92-glow-in-the-dark-peanut-butter/

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  1. Works like a charm! It’s faint, even with a strong UV light, though, and almost completely unnoticeable with a white light, even a 3000-lumen one.

  2. Just tried it and that is a pile of bollocks but i’m going to assume that it is specific to American peanut butter that probably has god know’s what in it.

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