Maybe you know all the multiple uses peanuts have. Here is a little reminder to try the ones you haven’t tried if you aren’t allergic. Peanuts are high in protein, cheap and easy to find in the supermarket. Peanuts can be eaten the old way, straight from the plant, mixed with other nuts, as peanut butter in your PB & J or with candy. If you like fried food and want a healthier oil you can fry or cook with peanut oil. There’s flour made of peanuts for gluten-free pastries. You can also feed birds with crushed raw peanuts. There’s also a kind of lactose-free peanut milk. Also some cosmetics, paints, glues, soaps and fuels are made with peanut oil.