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West Virginia
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Posted - 10/19/2005 :  09:29:57 AM  Reply  Reply with Quote
I mistakenly bought a jar of unsalted,roasted peanuts.I am PMS'ing
really badly,and I need the salt!!! I thought about making my own salt brine and soaking them in it,but I do not want to end up with soggy nuts.Since they are already roasted,I do not know if a cooking procedure would be a good idea.Any ideas would be appreciated!!!

Janette Johnson

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Posted - 10/19/2005 :  11:05:07 AM  Reply  Reply with Quote
No good suggestions, other than maybe spraying them lightly with Pam and salting, then baking on low for awhile.

However, I've read that salty snacks during PMS will make the problem worse. You might be doing better without the salt! Caffeine is also supposed to aggravate it. If you're craving it, it's probably bad for you during PMS (unless it's carrot sticks! lol).

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Moriarty, New Mexico
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Posted - 10/20/2005 :  06:23:46 AM  Reply  Reply with Quote
I very lightly sprinkle them with water, mix with salt to taste and warm them just for about a minute or so in the toaster oven

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Middletown, MD
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Posted - 10/25/2005 :  07:02:27 AM  Reply  Reply with Quote

Read page 9. Essentially you would soak them in brine and then roast them again for a short time. Because (as we all can easily understand) powdered salt is not gonna stick.

Happy PMS'ing....
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