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Introductory notes about Boiled peanuts:

The boiled peanuts are considerably lower in calories. It helps in weight control. Boiled peanuts are higher in flavonoids and polyphenols according to a 2007 study published in the journal of agricultural and food chemistry than raw peanuts. Flavonoids and polyphenols are antioxidants that protect your cells against free radical damage, reducing your risk of a number of chronic illness, such as cancer, heart diseases and diabetes.
The boiled peanuts are also a source of  fiber and slightly higher than dry roasted nuts or oil-roasted nuts.
The boiled peanuts are a good support to appetite control and prevent constipation. It contains monosaturated fat which is good for heart health. Overall it is a good source of protein and vitamin E.
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See our way of making the boiled pea nuts..
Raw pea nuts two cups Adequate water with salt to taste. Pepper powder one spoon
Bring to boil the water contained in the vessel.
Transfer the…