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Old 08-21-2008, 11:45 AM   #11
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ReelDuel (8/21/2008)How long does it take for you to eat 40# of boiled peanuts?? Dang lot of nuts. Not like you can use them in a recipe or something right. Or is there a boiled peanut pie the you Mississippi folks make..hahhahaha
You'd be suprised at how fast 40# of peanuts can go but if you want to you can put some in 1 gallon freezer bags and freeze them for a saturday afternoon football game!
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Share with friends and relatives. They also freeze well and keep for months even in ziplock freezer bags.
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How long does it take to boil them?? Can I use my turkey fryer and what kind of oil do you use?
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Gonnamissher (8/21/2008)How long does it take to boil them?? Can I use my turkey fryer and what kind of oil do you use?
No oil, just water. It's a constant process of boil till they taste/feel like you like them.
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Old 08-21-2008, 03:29 PM   #15
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About how long on average? Sorry to keep asking but I tried boiling on the stove and it seemed like I boiled for 2 hours and still had rock hard peanuts.
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Gonnamissher (8/21/2008)About how long on average? Sorry to keep asking but I tried boiling on the stove and it seemed like I boiled for 2 hours and still had rock hard peanuts.
They sale them already boiled by the pound.
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Gonnamissher (8/21/2008)About how long on average? Sorry to keep asking but I tried boiling on the stove and it seemed like I boiled for 2 hours and still had rock hard peanuts.
2-3 pounds can take anywhere from 1-3 hours depending. It's not an exact science by no means. Cook till you like the softness. Then let them soak till you like the saltyness.
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Old 08-21-2008, 03:45 PM   #18
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the grocrie stores carry "raw" peanuts almost year round. they are "raw" but they are dried .you can boil em and they will eventually get soft. not nearly as good has "green" peanuts. they are called green because they aren't dried or processed in any way.
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Old 08-21-2008, 04:32 PM   #19
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Gonnamissher (8/21/2008)About how long on average? Sorry to keep asking but I tried boiling on the stove and it seemed like I boiled for 2 hours and still had rock hard peanuts.
They sale them already boiled by the pound.
Yeah I know, I usually buy them from the produce Guy that parks by the Winn Dixie near the Theo Barrs bridge. I just thought I'd give them a try this weekend while I watched the rain. :banghead:banghead:banghead
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Old 08-21-2008, 09:48 PM   #20
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I saw a "bushel bag" in Bonifay this day for $35.00. Is this a good deal ?

I love to boil mud-bugs, shrimp, crabs, etc. It appears this peanut boil thing can be just as fun !!

Please, Please tell me more.

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