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you just like to link shit you don't even read eh?

"Peanuts are actually a legume and have more protein than any other nut with levels comparable to or better than serving of beans. After the peanut oil is extracted, the protein content in the cake can reach 50 % (Zhao et al. 2011). Peanuts contain all the 20 amino acids in variable proportions and is the biggest source of the protein called "arginine" (USDA 2014). According to Protein Digestibility Corrected Amino Acid Score (PDCAAS) peanut proteins and other legume proteins such as soy proteins are nutritionally equivalent to meat and eggs for human growth and health (FAO 2002). The amino acid profile of the peanut meals shows that it can be an ingredient for protein fortification (Yu et al. 2006). Since the proteins in peanuts is plant based, it carries with it additional components that have positive health benefits like fiber and unique bioactive components, unlike animal protein. The peanut proteins have been found to have good emulsifying activity, emulsifying stability, foaming capacity, excellent water retention and high solubility, and can also provide a new high protein food ingredient product formulation and protein formulation in food industry (Wu et al. 2009). Based on these observations, recently peanut protein has been incorporated into noodles (Wu et al. 2007) and infant formula, (Nimsate et al. 2010). There is a renewed interest in the studies related to the flavors in the peanut kernel and skin (Fig. ​(Fig.22)."

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The could be just the absolutely cheapest source of protein. 352g of protein for $5, just over a penny per gram. I wonder if people can eat nothing but peanuts for a month and still very healthy.
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The could be just the absolutely cheapest source of protein. 352g of protein for $5, just over a penny per gram. I wonder if people can eat nothing but peanuts for a month and still very healthy.
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/...MC4711439/

TLDR - pretty good source of nutrition but not a complete protein.
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Wrong again. lower previously and no coupon needed. Do all your posts start with false: lowest price ever claims?

https://slickdeals.net/e/14457071-amazon-brand-happy-belly-roasted-and-salted-peanuts-44-ounce-only-4-16-4-64
Someone really takes the lowest price claim to heart! Haha, however thanks for correcting the OP. Can't blame a guy for fact finding!
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https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/...MC4711439/ [nih.gov]

TLDR - pretty good source of nutrition but not a complete protein.
you just like to link shit you don't even read eh?

"Peanuts are actually a legume and have more protein than any other nut with levels comparable to or better than serving of beans. After the peanut oil is extracted, the protein content in the cake can reach 50 % (Zhao et al. 2011). Peanuts contain all the 20 amino acids in variable proportions and is the biggest source of the protein called "arginine" (USDA 2014). According to Protein Digestibility Corrected Amino Acid Score (PDCAAS) peanut proteins and other legume proteins such as soy proteins are nutritionally equivalent to meat and eggs for human growth and health (FAO 2002). The amino acid profile of the peanut meals shows that it can be an ingredient for protein fortification (Yu et al. 2006). Since the proteins in peanuts is plant based, it carries with it additional components that have positive health benefits like fiber and unique bioactive components, unlike animal protein. The peanut proteins have been found to have good emulsifying activity, emulsifying stability, foaming capacity, excellent water retention and high solubility, and can also provide a new high protein food ingredient product formulation and protein formulation in food industry (Wu et al. 2009). Based on these observations, recently peanut protein has been incorporated into noodles (Wu et al. 2007) and infant formula, (Nimsate et al. 2010). There is a renewed interest in the studies related to the flavors in the peanut kernel and skin (Fig. ​(Fig.22)."

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Are these better than Costco?
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Too bad the ingredients list has it being fried in vegetable oils.... is there a global surplus on peanuts? Been noticing all these different types of peanut deals popping up on slickdeals lately
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Quote from busybugsy :
The could be just the absolutely cheapest source of protein. 352g of protein for $5, just over a penny per gram. I wonder if people can eat nothing but peanuts for a month and still very healthy.
If you live n a warmer climate, try doing it and report back.😀
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you just like to link shit you don't even read eh?

"Peanuts are actually a legume and have more protein than any other nut with levels comparable to or better than serving of beans. After the peanut oil is extracted, the protein content in the cake can reach 50 % (Zhao et al. 2011). Peanuts contain all the 20 amino acids in variable proportions and is the biggest source of the protein called "arginine" (USDA 2014). According to Protein Digestibility Corrected Amino Acid Score (PDCAAS) peanut proteins and other legume proteins such as soy proteins are nutritionally equivalent to meat and eggs for human growth and health (FAO 2002). The amino acid profile of the peanut meals shows that it can be an ingredient for protein fortification (Yu et al. 2006). Since the proteins in peanuts is plant based, it carries with it additional components that have positive health benefits like fiber and unique bioactive components, unlike animal protein. The peanut proteins have been found to have good emulsifying activity, emulsifying stability, foaming capacity, excellent water retention and high solubility, and can also provide a new high protein food ingredient product formulation and protein formulation in food industry (Wu et al. 2009). Based on these observations, recently peanut protein has been incorporated into noodles (Wu et al. 2007) and infant formula, (Nimsate et al. 2010). There is a renewed interest in the studies related to the flavors in the peanut kernel and skin (Fig. ​(Fig.22).
Hopefully not too many words.
Every since my peanut allergy has been cured (almost 3 years!) I have been eating more pb&j and peanut butter items. I haven't been working out because the internet is more fun, so I chalked it up to my diet- the comprehensive protein is probably helped me lose almost 45 lbs since then. I'm gonna get a few bags of these to snack on for when I winding down for bed so I dont eat a whole bag of chips or my favorite🙈 a tub of ben & jerrys
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Are these better than Costco?
Cheaper. I bought the Kirkland Signature 40 oz container for $6.99 earlier this week. Better - TBD.
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Every since my peanut allergy has been cured (almosy 3 years!) I have been eating more pb&j and peanut butter items. I haven't been working out because the internet is more fun, so I chalked it up to my diet- the comprehensive protein is probably helped me lose almost 45 lbs since then. I'm gonna get a few bags of these to snack on for when I winding down for bed so I dont eat a whole bag of chips or my favorite🙈 a tub of ben & jerrys
How did you cure a peanut allergy?
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How did you cure a peanut allergy?
Not really cured but the tolerance levels can be brought up higher with slow and steady exposure as in most allergies especially when started really early in life.
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Are these better than Costco?
I got this Amazon version last time, it was not a good product. taste was weird. even the target ones are better than Amazon . Cheaper, yes. But your get what you pay for.

If you check the 1-star reviews, many are complaining the taste
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