National Peanut Day
Did you know peanuts contain almost no cholesterol? Peanuts are a favorite ingredient, snack, and superfood because of this.
Although it bears the name “nut”, the peanut is not actually a nut. It is technically a legume and closely related to seeds or beans. Peanuts are underground plants that probably originated in South America around 1500 BC. They traveled all over the globe and became extremely popular in North America around the 1700s. However, they weren’t commercially grown for quite some time.
The popularity of hot roasted peanuts grew after PT Barnum’s circus started selling them. They were even popular at American pastime baseball games. In 1904, peanut butter became a popular product at the St. Louis World’s Fair.
Peanut farms in the United States today are worth more than $1Billion, making them a highly lucrative business. Peanut butter is responsible for approximately half of the business. Snack nuts and confections made from peanuts account for the other half.
It’s now time to celebrate National Peanut Day
Celebrate this day in fun and delicious ways.
National Peanut Day offers a way to incorporate peanuts into your healthy diet. You can use them in a variety of ways, including as tasty snacks or as a stir-fry sauce. Peanuts are a great snack that you can take anywhere. Peanuts are nutritious and have more protein than any other nuts. They are so good that they make up almost 2/3 of all the nut markets in America. Grab some peanuts to celebrate this delicious treat!
Even if you’re not a great chef, peanuts can be added to many recipes. The simplest combination is Good Old Raisins & Peanuts (aka “GORP”). You can make a trail mix out of boring peanuts by adding some chocolate to some dried fruits.
You can also use peanuts in many different recipes. Peanuts can be used in many Asian-inspired recipes.
The Peanut Butter and Banana sandwich is a strangely-sounding, but very popular dish. It’s as easy as it sounds. Spread peanut butter on one slice of bread and then add banana slices. Then top it off with the second piece of bread. Elvis Presley loved this sandwich. This sandwich was also enjoyed by Bill Clinton, the former US President.
Participating in National Peanut Day is more than eating the clever snack. It’s a great (and non-allergic!) way to learn interesting facts and trivia about peanuts. You can also join in the celebrations of National Peanut Day. These facts about peanuts can be shared with family, friends, and coworkers to celebrate National Peanut Day. They will be amazed at this level of knowledge.
Peanut butter is a staple food for children and adults, especially in American households. According to some statistics, peanut butter is eaten in as many as 94% of American households. Peanut butter is a great way for little ones to get some protein, even though it contains a lot of sugar.
It is much easier to make peanut butter at home than you might think. Homemade peanut butter is healthier than store-bought brands, as it doesn’t contain as much sugar and preservatives.
Make homemade peanut butter by adding 2 cups of dried roasted peanuts into a food processor or high-powered blender and running the machine for about 4-5 minutes. To add sweetness, stir in 1-2 tablespoons honey. If the peanuts are not already salty, you can also add a pinch of salt.
That’s it! It’s easy to make homemade peanut butter.
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National Peanut Day is a wonderful way to enjoy peanuts with your friends. However, be aware of your allergies! People, especially children, are finding out more frequently that peanut allergies or sensitivity is a problem.
Some people can experience a peanut allergy that causes swelling and sometimes even breathing problems. Before you give out peanut-based snacks, be sure to ask about allergies in the office.