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Organic wild peanuts | 1 kg
Organic wild peanuts | 1 kg
Organic wild peanuts | 1 kg
Organic wild peanuts | 1 kg
Organic wild peanuts | 1 kg

Organic wild peanuts | 1 kg

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  • The exotic sibling of common peanuts
  • Striped skin
  • Unroasted and unsalted
  • From certified organic agriculture
  • Delicate taste

Variety: Wild peanuts

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Everything at a glance Organic wild peanuts

If you regularly eat crunchy peanut butter from the jar, devour peanut butter cups in a bite, and snack on salty peanuts when watching a film, then this is for you: we are happy to introduce the last addition to our KoRo family, peanut's exotic cousin – the wild peanut. Once you tried this striped nut, we are sure that it will become a new favourite of the whole household! Creamier taste and texture Wild peanuts differ from regular peanuts not only in their look, but their taste. Raw wild peanuts are reminiscent of freshly picked peas, in taste, and are wonderfully creamy: the reason for this is that peanuts are closely related to peas and beans, being technically legumes. Yes, you got that right: peanuts are not nuts. Striped highlight Wild peanuts look so beautiful that they make a great, healthy and tasty topping for salads and Asian currys, and are so delicious that you will want to just snack on them non-stop. But there's more: with 27,7 g of protein per 100 g, wild nuts are a w
Average nutritional values per 100 g
Energy (in kj/kcal) 2519 / 609
Fat 51 g
   of which Saturates 8,2 g
Carbohydrate 6,1 g
   of which Sugars 5,7 g
Fibre 9,5 g
Protein 28 g
Salt 0,1 g

Order number ERDNUSS_013
Origin Indonesia
Content 1 kg
Brand KoRo
EAN 4260654783124
Data sheet Specification
Eco-monitoring unit DE-ÖKO-001
Nutrition traces Nutrition traces
Shipping Delivery time outside of Germany
Company KoRo Handels GmbH
Koppenplatz 9, 10115 Berlin
Storage Store in a cool and dry place
Ingredients Organic wild peanuts
Cross-contamination May contain traces of CEREALS CONTAINING GLUTEN, TREE NUTS and SESAME.
Sales name Organic wild peanuts
Bio-sourced Nicht-EU-Landwirtschaft
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30.10.2020
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3,33€ / 100g
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nan€ / 100g
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Organic wild peanuts - a look behind the scenes

Achtung Spoiler: Die Nuss wächst nicht über der Erde. Dabei entwickelt die Pflanze ein richtig pfiffiges Wurzelsystem, mit dem sie auch im magersten Boden...

Du errätst nie, wo die Erdnuss wächst

Achtung Spoiler: Die Nuss wächst nicht über der Erde. Dabei entwickelt die Pflanze ein richtig pfiffiges Wurzelsystem, mit dem sie auch im magersten Boden genug Nährstoffe findet. Schon ein paar Wochen nach der Aussat kann man die grünen Ranken der Pflanze auch über der Erde sehen.

Unsere Erdnüsse stammen von Kleinbauern aus Indonesien, die sich auf den Anbau der Nüsse spezialisiert haben. Weil die Erdnusspflanze, genau wie die Menschen...

Sommer wäre jetzt schön

Unsere Erdnüsse stammen von Kleinbauern aus Indonesien, die sich auf den Anbau der Nüsse spezialisiert haben. Weil die Erdnusspflanze, genau wie die Menschen bei KoRo, auf Temperaturen von über 25 Grad steht, wächst sie besonders gut in tropischen Gebieten wie China, Indien oder Nigeria.

Nur Durchschnittspflanzen wachsen von unten nach oben, die Erdnuss ist da etwas anders. Sobald die Blüte der Pflanze gelb wird, werden die Blütenstängel...

Gegen den Mainstream

Nur Durchschnittspflanzen wachsen von unten nach oben, die Erdnuss ist da etwas anders. Sobald die Blüte der Pflanze gelb wird, werden die Blütenstängel länger, krümmen sich nach unten und wachsen einfach wieder in die Erde hinein. Wieder im Boden angekommen, bilden sich aus den Samen der Blüte die Erdnüsse.

Wir kennen die Signale aus dem KoRo-Office: Wird eine Pflanze welk, sollte schleunigst einem Prakti die Gießkanne in die Hand gedrückt werden. Nicht so bei...

Perfekt für Menschen ohne grünen Daumen

Wir kennen die Signale aus dem KoRo-Office: Wird eine Pflanze welk, sollte schleunigst einem Prakti die Gießkanne in die Hand gedrückt werden. Nicht so bei den Erdnüssen – werden sie welk, können die Nüsse endlich geerntet werden. Dazu wird die ganze Pflanze inklusive Wurzeln und den bis zu 30 Erdnüssen aus der Erde gerissen.

Nach so langer Zeit unter der Erde haben sich die Nüsse ein kurzes Sonnenbad verdient. Dadurch trocknen sie innerhalb von ein paar Stunden soweit durch, dass...

Trocknen, schälen, fertig

Nach so langer Zeit unter der Erde haben sich die Nüsse ein kurzes Sonnenbad verdient. Dadurch trocknen sie innerhalb von ein paar Stunden soweit durch, dass die Schale entfernt werden kann.

Ohne Schale erkennt man das getigerte Muster der wilden Erdnüsse. Bei uns bekommst du Jumbo Peanuts, die eine Länge von bis zu 20 mm haben.

Nuss mit schickem Tigerlook

Ohne Schale erkennt man das getigerte Muster der wilden Erdnüsse. Bei uns bekommst du Jumbo Peanuts, die eine Länge von bis zu 20 mm haben.

Questions about questions Organic wild peanuts

Can I plant peanuts myself?

As our wild peanuts are not roasted, they can actually be sprouted! You just need to peel them and plant them in soil, which you must keep humid at all times. Now you have to patiently wait, sipping a tea and reading a magazine, until the peanuts sprout. The tiny newborn plants like fresh air and warmth. After a couple of weeks, the plants should have reached the right size to be moved to a larger pot and planted in sandy soil. Harvesting time is going to arrive after about four months, when the plant is yellow and withering – pull gently the plant, roots included, out of the soil, and collect the peanuts!

How many calories do wild peanuts have?

Wild peanuts have more or less the same nutritional value of regular peanuts. 100 g of wild peanuts have 609 calories; a handful, which is about 25 g, provides you with 153 calories.

Are peanuts nuts?

Botanically speaking, peanuts are not nuts, but a legume crop. The English name come from the two words pea and nut, which is as a matter of fact, quite accurate. However, a nut is technically a nut when a fruit is completely enclosed by a pericarp, or a shell; this shell must be made of three layers, which grow together. All fruits that are not protected by such shell can therefore not be considered as a nut. Thus are peanuts not the only "fake" nuts. Coconuts, cashew nuts, and pistachios are botanically-wise no nuts as well.

Are wild peanuts high-protein?

With 27,7 g of protein per 100 g, wild peanuts are a great source of plant-based protein They can therefore be a wonderful post-workout snack.

What do wild peanuts taste like?

Their tiger-like appearance is not the only thing that differentiates wild peanuts from their regular counterpart, Wild peanuts' taste is somehow creamy and reminiscent of freshly picked peas. This unique taste of theirs makes them a great addition to a cheese plate, or a wonderful topping for salads and oats. We should not even mention this, but they are a delicious snack on their own too!

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All the reviews "Organic wild peanuts | 1 kg"

U
29 Dec 2020
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For wild peanuts everything is fine.

Very fine, says my son. My taste it does not quite meet, because it already tastes very much like bean or soy.... would be me now roasted and salted rather : )
but that is a matter of taste!

M
24 Nov 2020

Delicious peanuts

I prefer to eat the nuts after I have soaked them for 6 hours.

I also like to take a good handful of peanuts and give them together with a banana and some honey for 1-2 minutes. Maybe a dash of oat milk on top. Mega tasty breakfast!

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X
16 Jul 2020

yummy

The peanuts are shelled, but still have the typical peanut skin on them. You just eat them with you. I don't think the peanuts taste much different from the usual ones - a bit finer/milder, but they look great and I prefer to eat them because they are organic etc...

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F
9 Jul 2020

Are the peanuts unpeeled or shelled (ready 2 eat)? Thanks, Felix

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