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Cocktail peanuts are $1.99/lb at Aldi and $1.98 at Walmart which would make this price the equivalent $4.35. Costco's peanuts are similar.

This isn't some insane smoking deal. IF you buy 35 oz, you're saving $0.30, plus you don't have to travel to the store.
Kung pao chicken and pad Thai which I make on a semi-regular basis.

In a pinch, I've literally washed the salt off of whatever peanuts I could find in the house, if we were out of unsalted.

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Cocktail peanuts are $1.99/lb at Aldi and $1.98 at Walmart which would make this price the equivalent $4.35. Costco's peanuts are similar.

This isn't some insane smoking deal. IF you buy 35 oz, you're saving $0.30, plus you don't have to travel to the store.
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Ive bought the huge tin cans of these from costco. Tasty snack but easy to overeat. Ive eaten 4 ounces in one sitting which adds up almost 700 calories. Not worth it lol.
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Dang, no similar price on unsalted that I use for cooking.
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Dang, no similar price on unsalted that I use for cooking.
What dishes require unsalted peanuts?
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What dishes require unsalted peanuts?
Kung pao chicken and pad Thai which I make on a semi-regular basis.

In a pinch, I've literally washed the salt off of whatever peanuts I could find in the house, if we were out of unsalted.
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Ive bought the huge tin cans of these from costco. Tasty snack but easy to overeat. Ive eaten 4 ounces in one sitting which adds up almost 700 calories. Not worth it lol.
i eat a pound but im a hard gainer i can eat anything
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Dang, no similar price on unsalted that I use for cooking.
DIY Peanut butter in Vitamix
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now its $4.05 with s&s
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lol too expensive
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Ive bought the huge tin cans of these from costco. Tasty snack but easy to overeat. Ive eaten 4 ounces in one sitting which adds up almost 700 calories. Not worth it lol.
That's a good reminder, thanks. Just stopped my buy know finger.
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i guess you cant s&s with ebt
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i guess you cant s&s with ebt
whats ebt?
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Dang, no similar price on unsalted that I use for cooking.
My area ALDI has $1.89 lb, salted or unsalted
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