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boulangere
boulangere

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added about 7 years ago

I sub peanuts all the time because of a nut allergy. Go right ahead.

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mishale
added about 7 years ago

Thank you,that's great :)

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gigiaxline
added about 7 years ago

Sure, then you can always think of it as a modified kung-pao, which has peanuts!

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a Whole Foods Market Customer
added about 7 years ago

That what cooking is about!!! If you don't have an onion but there is an old leek hanging around then Ka-Pow your covered. If you are out of lemon juice, but you have an some interesting vinegar or even a grapefruit then Ka-Pow your covered. I love that you are cooking from your pocket. A nut is pretty interchangeable with it's cousins. Keep up the good work.

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Nate Tate & Mary Kate Tate

When we were observing cooks in China while researching our cookbook, time after time we saw cooks treat stir-frying as an open creative process and improvise ingredients when their pantry was lacking. Yes you can definitely sub in the peanuts! Actually, peanuts are a super common ingredient in Chinese cooking--more so than cashews.

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