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Roasted in their shell for a ballpark snack, peanuts have found their way into almost everything we eat, from breakfast to lunch to snacks to entries to deserts!
This month celebrates one of America’s favorite foods — peanuts. National Peanut Month began in 1941 as National Peanut Week, and was later expanded into a month-long celebration in 1974.
Peanuts may be a favorite food, but there are also many uses for their shells, too. Peanut shells can be found in kitty litter, wallboard, fireplace logs, paper, animal feed and even as fuel for power plants.
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