I noticed in my pantry that a couple of cans of cashews had been opened. (grandkids?) I really don't want to have to buy new cans, for just a few nuts that I need for thanksgiving. Can they be refreshed by toasting in the oven?
If they've only gone a bit limp from absorbing humidity, then yes.If they smell or taste rancid, then no. (At least not for me, but I'm very sensitive to rancid oils.)
So what? Big deal.--Closing lines of Buckaroo Banzai Beyond the 8th Dimension, AND of my childhood mix tapes.
I agree with LF....stale, yes, rancid, NO ! I practically always TOAST nuts I'm putting in a recipe.
he might get burned
Whenever the word nuts is in the title of a post - I always know I will be laughing when I read the replies !!! LOL
You guys are soooooo bad.
I'm cracking up here... lol
"Cracking", Mattie.....with regard to NUTS.....loved your response ! Where in KS ? Overland Park, here.
Don't roast them in the oven....
if tey are a little stale just give them a good rub,
if they are rancid, get rid of the guy.
rotflmbo at Grelo...
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