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View PostL.A.Hog, on 22 March 2014 - 08:04 PM, said:

Have you ever eaten the boiled peanuts they sell on the way to the gulf?I've seen the signs but it didn't appeal to me.

I have no interest in a "boiled peanut", but they are to be found. My Mom, who is from Georgia loves them boiled or roasted. I love p'butter, but peanuts? Not so much. Crazy I guess. :lol:
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Gopher Tortises live in the sandy soil in Florida. They dig holes and don't live in the water like most turtles.
People used to eat them all the time but now they are protected or something.

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I will eat the hell out of some boiled peanuts, especially the kind we boil at home for football season.
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I was a history major in school specializing in the last twenty years before the Civil War and yet have never seen this documentary. I should probably check it out. But Sand Lappers blows my mind. I associate Mississippi more with red clay than I do sand.

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View Post1dawgfan09, on 23 March 2014 - 11:04 AM, said:

I will eat the hell out of some boiled peanuts, especially the kind we boil at home for football season.

How do you prepare them.Do you boil them and let them dry or what?

I always thought they'd be kinda slimy.

I like salted peanuts in a coke the best.

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View PostL.A.Hog, on 23 March 2014 - 12:05 PM, said:



How do you prepare them.Do you boil them and let them dry or what?

I always thought they'd be kinda slimy.

I like salted peanuts in a coke the best.

Don't let them dry, eat em warm!

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View PostL.A.Hog, on 23 March 2014 - 12:05 PM, said:

How do you prepare them.Do you boil them and let them dry or what?

I always thought they'd be kinda slimy.

I like salted peanuts in a coke the best.


View PostJoeGator, on 23 March 2014 - 12:15 PM, said:

Don't let them dry, eat em warm!


This. Boil them in some good salty water and eat them steaming out of the pot as soon as the actual nut part itself is tender. It's slimy sometimes, but boil okra is slimy all of the time, and I eat that too.

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You can buy them dry straight out of the ground at almost any local supermarket, but my country cracker ass takes then home, rinses em and boils em. Add a little cajun shrimp boil if you want them hot

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View Post1dawgfan09, on 23 March 2014 - 12:23 PM, said:







This. Boil them in some good salty water and eat them steaming out of the pot as soon as the actual nut part itself is tender. It's slimy sometimes, but boil okra is slimy all of the time, and I eat that too.

So they're soft?I didn't think about boiling them in salt,etc.Sounds pretty good.Must try now.

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View Post1dawgfan09, on 23 March 2014 - 11:05 AM, said:

I was a history major in school specializing in the last twenty years before the Civil War and yet have never seen this documentary. I should probably check it out. But Sand Lappers blows my mind. I associate Mississippi more with red clay than I do sand.
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View PostL.A.Hog, on 23 March 2014 - 12:43 PM, said:

So they're soft?I didn't think about boiling them in salt,etc.Sounds pretty good.Must try now.

The shell softens and the--I guess you'd call it meat--on the inside gets softer. Crack it open, suck the juice out, and hull it, almost like you would crawfish. If you want them softer, let them boil longer. If you don't, let them boil shorter. You will know what kind you want.
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View Post1dawgfan09, on 23 March 2014 - 12:54 PM, said:



The shell softens and the--I guess you'd call it meat--on the inside gets softer. Crack it open, suck the juice out, and hull it, almost like you would crawfish. If you want them softer, let them boil longer. If you don't, let them boil shorter. You will know what kind you want.

Never get too old to learn something I reckon.

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