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Old 08-11-2008, 05:12 PM   #1
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Planters Kettle Roasted Peanuts Classic Salt Review....

Since this was a kettle roasted Item I thought I would pick up a bag.

The say kettle roasting them gives them a special crunch.

The look like a regular peanut right out of the shell. Nothing special.

The taste was not bad, the crunch was nothing special though.

I will give this product a big thumbs up, but it is not an extra special item though.

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Kettle roasted. Hmm. I wonder if it was roasted outside of the shell or in the shell?

Did it have a crunchy outer layer? Like, caramelized or something?
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Old 08-13-2008, 05:23 PM   #3
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Kettle roasted. Hmm. I wonder if it was roasted outside of the shell or in the shell?

Did it have a crunchy outer layer? Like, caramelized or something?
Nope.... Just looks a like a regular peanut.
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