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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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Love 'em, but I like them cold, not hot out of the water.

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Some like 'em hot, some like 'em cold, some like 'em in the pot nine days old.

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

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Never eaten em. You eat the shell also?

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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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