Roasting organic raw peanuts can help to reduce the toxin levels and offer protection against aflatoxin. Mix it with dried fruits for a tasty snack. Look for natural peanut butter that doesn’t contain added sugar and made from roasted, organic peanuts. Sprinkle peanuts onto tossed salads and stir fry. Avoid conventionally grown peanuts as it includes high pesticide content. Try natural peanut butter with sliced banana and drizzled with some honey, or with apple, pear and/or raisins.
Soak organic raw peanuts in filtered water for a few hours or overnight and rinse it clean before cooking, boiling soup, or stew with lotus root or meat. It is not safe to eat it raw due to risk of fungal (mould) infection by aflatoxin. Even roasting it may not eradicate all the aflatoxin, though it offers some protection.
Try making Poopeii’s Peanut dessert.
Calories from Fat 410
Total Fat 49.0g
Saturated Fat 6.0g
Total Carbohydrate 16g
Dietary Fiber 8g
Vitamin A 0%