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Behold the power of boiled Peanuts

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Warning! these little delectable morsels are highly addictive but if you're from the South, I don't have to tell you that.

Like Lay's potato chips, "Betcha can't eat just one"

I found a quick way to cook these,

I put them in my pressure cooker with about 1/3 full of water, salt to taste, put weight on 5lbs for 50-60 minutes. mmm perfect.

I won't turn any flavor down but my favorite is the classic boiled in salt. What's yours?

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I've never had them any way other than cold and salty, and I love'em.

Me neither, but I see places selling them hot....

Never eaten em. You eat the shell also?

Uh, no.

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hot all the way. perfect accouterment to a 32oz miller lite at the ballpark.

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Boiled peanuts are one of my favorite foods. I love these things. Had some real good ones at oak island a month ago.

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I made like 3 gallons worth for a tailgate years ago.

me and NanceUSMC ate roughly half of them.

Yankee's don't understand.

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Love em hot & fresh. My dad use to grow and my mom would boiled them and roast them.

A local store sells them out of a crockpot and i buy a cup full along with a glass bottle coke.

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Never heard of them in my life. Sounds kinda good actually, what's the texture like?

Kinda like pinto beans.

I don't like mine over boiled.. Too mushy.

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Never heard of them in my life. Sounds kinda good actually, what's the texture like?

The texture of the peanut is determined by the length of time you cook them, anywhere from crunchy to mushy. It's a matter of preference. Most prefer a soft but not mushy texture.

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It's a trap people, the boiled peanut process was invented by rednecks for the sole purpose of letting Yankees try them and laughing at the faces they make when one of these slimy nasty things get into their mouth.

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