Groundnut(Peanut)|Groundnut oil,plant,peanut butter, benefits, calories.


Groundnut(Peanut)|Groundnut oil,plant,peanut butter, benefits, calories.

 Groundnut (Peanut) are the almonds of the poor, winter nuts, way fruit, and ground almonds.  One of its names is Chiniyan Almond.  But its place of birth is not China.  Its birthplace is virtually South America, where it has been consumed and produced for centuries.

  It is also estimated that peanuts were first brought to Africa from Brazil by Portuguese traders who used it to power the Habshi captives placed in their ships.  After that, it spread rapidly across Europe and West Asia.

In English, peanuts are called p-nut,Groundnut,earthnut, monkey-nut, and manilla-nut.

  Groundnut production in India is particularly high in Andhra Pradesh, Bombay, Madras, Saurashtra, Mysore, and Madhya Pradesh, etc.  25000 tonnes of groundnut oil from India are exported to foreign countries every year.

  So far, 50 varieties of peanuts have been identified.  40% of the world's trade is groundnut only in India.

  The groundnut plant is very small.  Its height is not more than 2 feet.  The stem that emerges from the flower of this plant enters the earth and takes the shape of a seed.  They usually contain two seeds that mature within two months and then the plant turns yellow.  The plant is then uprooted from the ground and dried with seeds.  After drying for 6 weeks, the seeds are taken away from the plant and used for food.

  Groundnut cultivation is good in a loamy soil.  Apart from this, to increase its yield, there is no need to provide fertilizer in its fields.  It can be cultivated well throughout the year except for one to two months of the rainy season.  Its crop gets ready in a total of six-seven months.  In good soil, the yield of groundnut varies from 15 to 20 mana per bigha.

Peanut calories

  Peanut calories

   Groundnut water has 6.7 percent, protein 24.6 percent, lubricating 70.1 percent, mineral salts 1.4 percent, fiber 3.1 percent, carbohydrate 20.3 percent, calcium 005 percent, phosphorus 0.39 percent, iron  (Mm) 14, Calorie 589, Vitamin A73, Vitamin B (min. Gram) 0.90, Nicotinic acid (min. Gram) 181, Ribeflebin B2 (Min. Gram) is 0.13.

  Almost all the properties found in olive oil are found in peanut oil.

  Groundnut should not be eaten after having a full meal.  Similarly, eating it with food is also not right.  There should be a gap of at least 3-4 hours between eating and eating peanuts, only then peanuts are proven to be nutritious.  Peanuts should not be eaten more than once in one go.  Eating it and drinking water or tea is also not good.  If peanuts are chewed and eaten with jaggery, it does not cause constipation and proves beneficial.

   Uses of peanuts related to food

  Peanut Salad

  Take peanut raw loaf, raisins, half a whisk, two ripe bananas, one orange, and one teaspoon and stir all together, the delicious peanut salad will be ready.

  Peanut milk

  Clean and roast peanut nuts to make peanut milk.  After roasting, separate their red peels, rotten greens, and small particles.  Then make the thin pulp by crushing the remaining clean nuts or machine.  Squeeze out 20 percent oil from this pulp.  After that, make a batter by mixing 4 times water with the pulp.  Sieve this solution with a cloth to remove coarse particles from that solution.

 Now boil the filtered solution by steam and let it steam for 30-60 minutes.  By doing this, the smell of moong-pod oil will be removed.  Finally, keep it cold and fill it in a bottle, etc.  This is peanut milk.  One pound of peanut clears up to 7-8 pounds of milk.

peanut butter

  Peanut curd

  Prepare curd by adding 1 part cow's curd to 100 parts of peanut milk.  This curd is especially beneficial for children.

  Peanut Cheese

  Groundnut cheese is made from peanut curd or by tearing milk, which is a good type of cheese.

  peanut butter

  To make peanut butter, fry the peanuts so that they turn brown.  Then separate their red peels and nerves.  Then make a back of the seeds, which add salt to taste and add 2 percent vegetable ghee to make it stable.  This butter is used just like cow or buffalo milk butter.

  Peanut Germinated

  Soaking and sprouting raw peanuts, then adding sugar to it, makes it very tasty.

  Groundnut(peanut) oil

  Oil is extracted from raw peanuts and roasted peanuts are used in our diet.  Peanut oil consumption is high in our country.  This is the number after ghee.  Groundnut oil makes soap and glycerin, among many other things.

  Peanut flour

  This flour is very nutritious due to its low-fat content and high protein, vitamin B, calcium, and phosphorus.

  Peanut Biscuits

  Biscuits are made by mixing 60 percent peanut flour in wheat flour, which has three times the amount of protein than ordinary biscuits.

  Peanut cake

  The cake left after extracting peanut oil is used for both humans and animals and also for manure.

Benefits of peanut

   Benefits of peanut

  The nutrients found in peanuts are very beneficial for our body.  Minerals, anti-oxidants, nutrients, and vitamins found in it keep our body healthy and at the same time, we always feel energized.

 Peanuts contain vitamin B complex, niacin, riboflavin, thiamine, vitamin B6, vitamin B9, and pantothenic acid, which enhance its nutritional value.

  Proteins are found in abundance in peanuts.  Eating peanuts is very beneficial for children because it contains amino acids, which is beneficial for children's growth.

  Groundnuts have the power to reduce the chances of stomach cancer.  Because peanuts are rich in poly-phenolic antioxidants and coumaric acid, which helps in fighting cancer.

  Magnesium calcium, fats, and carbohydrates found in peanuts easily dissolve in the body, keeping sugar in constant control of the blood.

  The amazing properties of peanuts prove to be very beneficial in the treatment of our chronic skin related diseases like eczema and psoriasis.  Due to the fatty acids found in it, swelling and redness in the skin also end.

  Groundnuts contain vitamin E, zinc, and magnesium, which give freshness and glow to our skin as well as protect the skin from bacteria.  The protein found in it creates new cells in the body.

  Consuming groundnuts does not cause problems such as old age, color fade, and at the same time maintains moisture in the skin.  The properties found in plenty in it help to benefit our skin, hair, organs, and all other parts of the body.

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