Eat Right: The Ultimate Guide to Nuts [Infographic]
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I thought peanuts weren't technically "nuts"
@DelfEnriquez They're not! (Which we've noted in the graphic.) But we decided to include them in this graphic since people typically eat peanuts like they would "real" nuts!
Great infographic on nuts and nut butters. I am HUGE fan of Sun Butter as a replacement for peanut butter.
@PhysiqueRescue Thanks! We are huge fans of sunflower seed butter, too.
Wow! You guys sure do some great infographics! Very informative! Had to link to this on a nut article I wrote a few days back :)
P.S. Should I refer to you as 'Greatists' or 'The Greatists'..?
@Nick Goodall We're just "Greatist"...thanks for the love!
Nice graphic. Worth noting as someone else said Peanuts arent nuts they are legumes (related to the pea), and cashew nuts arent nuts either (they too are legumes), but neither are Almonds or Pine Nuts, those two are seeds.
Great source fo knowledge.. Thxx
I love this so much but wish the format was printable so I can stick it up on my wall! It's too long and thin to fit on one page. Thanks for making such a lovely - and useful - graphic though.
We have cashews, almonds, pecans, and walnuts in our fridge all the time. It's a great, healthy snack and portable. Recently discovered that at Whole Foods you can fresh-grind your own almond butter. It is delicious, all by itself or on an apple or other fruit or celery. For peanut butter, we buy Adams crunchy. Nut Thin crackers (no wheat) are the "greatest" too.
Pine nuts are (almost) all imported from China and may not be a healthy food. Just sayin'
Awesome graphic! Pistachios are usually pretty expensive. Almonds are my go-to, but theres nothing wrong with good ole' peanuts. Just make sure they're not coated in a bunch of junk.
What a great infographic! This was very helpful! Thank you!