The level of moisture inside the peanut is the basic difference between green & raw peanuts. Green peanuts have a higher water content so they must be refrigerated upon harvesting to maintain their freshness. Raw peanuts are air dried to lower the water content - this makes raw peanuts less perishable.
Green peanuts are raw peanuts right out of the ground. After they are dried, they are still raw but no longer green. From that stage they can be roasted or soaked and boiled. Peanuts are best boiled green right out of the ground.
Roasted penuts are roasted
AS a former peanut distributor and processor, It is the GREEN peanut that you want to boil!!! RAW peanuts you find in the supermarket are almost always dried and ready for roasting. A friend boiled the dried ones but said it took a very long time. Green peanuts are actually greenish and larger than the dried one. I enjoy the raw-dried as- is, and I'm sure they have additional nutritional value that boiled or roasted do not have .
soybeans, cottonseed, peanuts, copra, sunflower seeds, green chilies, green beans, green peas, raw sugar, coffee, cocoa, tobacco
100g of raw peanuts contain 17.9g of Carbohydrate and 571 kcal in total.
yes raw peanuts outside shells can be boiled but they will taste somewhat different
raw and baked
Yes they can eat peanuts but must be unsalted and not boiled just raw peanuts
Yes they do eat peanuts. I've feed them raw unsalted peanuts for years.
Raw peanuts stay good for about six months. You can keep them even longer if you refrigerate or freeze them.