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Old September 14th, 2018, 09:17 PM #11
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Yeah, that might be a lot different. I got mine from a vendor on the street!
I did a job for a couple and she had them in a can .She would open the can drain the water or what ever off into the sink and started eating
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Old September 14th, 2018, 09:58 PM #12
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Wow. Never thought to check H Mart. Boiled peanuts. Damn good.
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Native Georgian here. You're talking confederate caviar or down home truffles.
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Jeppi Nut Company in Timonium.

http://jeppinutandcandy.com/

My dad used to get 50 lb. Bags of freshly roasted peanuts for the high school band boosters to sell at football games. They were so fresh the bag would be too hot to handle barehanded when he got home!!

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Wow. Never thought to check H Mart. Boiled peanuts. Damn good.
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Hawaii has boiled penuts, but uses salt and star anise to give it as slight sweet taste. I have had southern boiled peanuts, and they are good. The raw peanuts you are talking about used to be sold in Giant and Safeway, but I assume low sales made them disappear. I will check the asian markets.



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Hawaii has boiled penuts, but uses salt and star anise to give it as slight sweet taste. I have had southern boiled peanuts, and they are good. The raw peanuts you are talking about used to be sold in Giant and Safeway, but I assume low sales made them disappear. I will check the asian markets.



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Giant considers them a seasonal item and only carries them around Thanksgiving and Christmas, but they can special order them year round. I assume Safeway does the same around here.
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Thanks, good to know. I'll ask the customer service desk if I remember or look during the holiday season.


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My wife has become fond of Boiled Peanuts southern style. She wants to make a batch at home but we cant find fresh uncooked red peanuts anywhere. They are sold in Kroger and Publix in Savannah.

Anyone know any place to buy them here.

BTW This is a test for the MDS community. She just posted on Facebook so its game on. Don’t let me down.
Boiled peanuts are actually green peanuts!
Fresh from the Field and boiled, salted to taste.

However unsalted Virginia peanuts will work.
I put mine in the crockpot for at least 8 hrs.
So delicious and good for you( except the salt, however you can leave it out)!

Fresh peanuts from the Field would be hard to get except during harvest season.
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My wife has become fond of Boiled Peanuts southern style. She wants to make a batch at home but we cant find fresh uncooked red peanuts anywhere. They are sold in Kroger and Publix in Savannah.

Anyone know any place to buy them here.

BTW This is a test for the MDS community. She just posted on Facebook so its game on. Don’t let me down.


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