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Barbara is a trusted source on General Cooking.
Trader Joes usually has them, but if not, it's easy enough to make your own. Just place them in a dry skillet and heat over medium heat, stirring frequently, till they're fragrant and the color you want them.
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Or do it the same way in the oven, shaking pan every couple of minutes. As drbabs said, they're done when fragrant and brown as you'd like. I've never bought nuts pre-toasted - which I'd imagine cost more - but I have to imagine they have a more freshly toasted flavor when you do it yourself anyway.
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Add me to the chorus. That's exactly how you do it. The pine nuts will be toasted in minutes.
Yes, I agree with the others. Do it yourself, but watch them! They can go from tan to burnt in a matter of seconds.
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