Do you know anything about the cartoon character MR. Peanuts?
Well, believe it or not, it was created by 13 years boy in a logo contest held by planters in 1916.
#Peanuts is a sustainable plant, from roots to hulls, nothing go to waste. They are high in fats (44-56%), a good source of protein (22-30%), peanuts are low in carb (13-16%), they are an excellent source of various vitamins and minerals, including B Vitamins, copper, folic acid, manganese, Vit E, phosphorus, and magnesium.
BAD SIDE VS GOOD SIDE
Many people can be allergic to peanuts. And usually it’s not just a simple sneeze type of allergy, this type is very serious it may need medical intervention.
It can help you to a full-stomach in no time! Peanut butter was first introduced at the St. Louis world’s fair in 1904 and became a source of delicious protein during the first two world wars.
PEANUTS HIDDEN SECRET
Yes they have “nut” in their name, but they are actually legumes, it has edible seeds in a closed pod.
Peanuts love bananas! Rock and roll icon “Elvis Presley’s favourite sandwich was peanuts butter and banana, he called “the Elvis”
#Sudan proudly boasts 14% of the world total peanuts production, Groundnut cultivation area represents about 35% of total cash crop area. Western groundnut-Darfur is known to be of better quality processing higher levels of protein and oil. ACI has launched “Groundnut pilot project 19/2018, which included, partnership with local farmers “contract farming”, workshops, and financed plantation, weeding, and harvesting. These workshops and partnership with #Africorp has marked an important milestone and a new direction toward creating meaningfully transferable knowledge to #smallholder #farmers and support them to comfortably market their crops.
Ground peanuts are used in many popular Sudanese dishes, called Dakwa, and peanut oil is used in many pharmaceutical preparations and treatments.
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