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"For J's" Boiled Peanuts

Ingredients:
1 lb raw peanuts (in shell)
3 Tablespoon "For J's" Sea Salt (any flavor)
1 teaspoon sugar

Pour 8 cups water in large (6-8 qt.) pot; add J’s Sea Salt, sugar and peanuts.
Let stand for 1 hour or overnight. Peanuts will float so you may want to place a shallow bowl or plate on top of the peanuts to keep them submerged.
Boil the peanuts using one of the following methods.
Regular Stove-Top Method:
DIRECTIONS
Cover pot. Cook at high heat and bring to vigorous boil; then reduce to medium heat and continue cooking for 2 hours, stirring occasionally. Remove from heat and set aside for 1 hour before draining liquid. Serve warm, at room temperature or chilled. Store in refrigerator.
Pressure Cooker Method:
DIRECTIONS
With peanuts and liquid in pressure cooker, secure lid to pot and set pressure to 10-15 pounds. Cook at medium heat for 45 minutes. Remove from heat and set aside for 1 hour before draining liquid. Serve warm, at room temperature or chilled. Store in refrigerator.

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