Saw this one on How it’s made show years ago. It is said that the recipe dates from 1860, and that it’s the original method of the early industrial production of peanut butter.
Homemade Peanut Butter
565 g raw peanuts (without the shells)
1 tsp salt
5 tsp sugar
3 tsp sunflower oil
Toast peanuts in a preheated oven on 240°C until it turns into light brown color. Let cool and then remove the brown coats.
Now, remove the germs. I know it sounds like a pain in the ass, but it only takes about 15 minutes or so It is not necessary to remove the germ, but it makes the butter slightly bitter and it’s what distinguishes the good one from the others.
Grind in a poppy seed grinder (not meat grinder) or some other grinder that is capable of grinding it completely into paste. Add sugar, salt, oil and mix with a mixer.
Heat everything to the temperature of 60°C, then let cool into 38°C. Store in sterilized jars.
This amount makes about 500 g of peanut butter and can be stored for up to a year outside the fridge (so the show said, mine never lasted that long).