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300gr bag of cashew nuts reduced to 63p instore Asda

£0.63 @ Asda
Found these today in methyr asda. Loads there, in fruit section. They are in the red christmas packaging. Assuming nationwide Read More
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Found these today in methyr asda. Loads there, in fruit section.
They are in the red christmas packaging.
Assuming nationwide
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#41
socks_uk
Kulaak
Why are cashews so much more expensive than peanuts?
This is a great Youtube video... it gave me all the answers! (hope the link works!)https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xdMjW3W6SAY


why arent they sold in there shells:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5DVk7TnnsKM
#42
spitfire51
verysleepy
Would hate to see what 300g of these do to your waist line!!!!!
These are good fat, as are pistachio, avocado, etc.... What is bad is deep fried stuff, doughnuts, etc....
If they are roasted they may well contain trans fats(although thankfully these are becoming less common) which are bad for you. Nothing wrong with food deep fried in natural oils in a balanced diet.
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spitfire51
verysleepy
Would hate to see what 300g of these do to your waist line!!!!!
These are good fat, as are pistachio, avocado, etc.... What is bad is deep fried stuff, doughnuts, etc....

Because when you ingest over 2000 calories of good fats your body automatically refuses to store any of it as fat, right?
#44
aishakhan894
Yesterday I had 4 ounces of these and MyFitnessPal said they were 626 calories, through all my gym effort and calorie counting out of the window. I will definitely not be buying cashews again, heat added though.
Sorry, threw not through.


its a different kind of fat a healthy one, not like processed, refined and fast foods

nuts are harder to digest and take longer thus keeping you fuller for longer, meaning less snacking/eating especialy in between meals and a good option as a snack in between meals
1 Like #45
vardx
spitfire51
verysleepy
Would hate to see what 300g of these do to your waist line!!!!!
These are good fat, as are pistachio, avocado, etc.... What is bad is deep fried stuff, doughnuts, etc....
Because when you ingest over 2000 calories of good fats your body automatically refuses to store any of it as fat, right?


it is meant as a snack or light portion

answer to your question essential yes, as this type of fat is harder to breakdown, keeping the digestive system busy and sending message to the brain that your not hungry, thus you eat less or are prone to not binge snack etc.

as it harder to breakdown you only absorb a small amount of fat when compared to bad fats, and the rest gets excreted


there was a segment in bbc doc about it

Edited By: topla on Jan 07, 2017 13:28
#46
topla
vardx
spitfire51
verysleepy
Would hate to see what 300g of these do to your waist line!!!!!
These are good fat, as are pistachio, avocado, etc.... What is bad is deep fried stuff, doughnuts, etc....
Because when you ingest over 2000 calories of good fats your body automatically refuses to store any of it as fat, right?

You're not completely wrong, but a little misguided as to what you're referring to.

Essentially, if your body absorbs 2000 calories, no matter from where it's absorbed from, it treats it the same. That's basic thermodynamics.

The reason why some of the calories might not be absorbed from nuts/seeds is a variable and differs from person to person; our bodies aren't 100% efficient at breaking down certain nuts due to their generally high fibre content and the fact that some of the fat is protected by the nut itself and they end up passing through intact / the body doesn't have time to break it down. For the same reason that when you go a bit trigger happy and down a big load of nuts you might find evidence of your feat staring back at you from the toilet. All those little chunks are semi-absorbed calories.

Though, still, nuts are damn high in calories. As someone who's actively gaining weight that's why I eat ****loads.

answer to your question essential yes, as this type of fat is harder to breakdown, keeping the digestive system busy and sending message to the brain that your not hungry, thus you eat less or are prone to not binge snack etc.
as it harder to breakdown you only absorb a small amount of fat when compared to bad fats, and the rest gets excreted
there was a segment in bbc doc about it
#47
my favourite nuts yummy
#48
mamboboy
yespleasesir
beth25
cookiefaerie
Blinkin' bargain. Heat added. Are they Asda own brand or a different brand?
asda own
Nuts are nuts
Ever bought the pistachio's in Poundland? (_;)
Really ? Must look out for some. How much were they ;)
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vardx
spitfire51
verysleepy
Would hate to see what 300g of these do to your waist line!!!!!
These are good fat, as are pistachio, avocado, etc.... What is bad is deep fried stuff, doughnuts, etc....
Because when you ingest over 2000 calories of good fats your body automatically refuses to store any of it as fat, right?


pork scrtatching fat = bad

cashew fat = good

whats so hard to understand?
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fattyuk
muddassarsardar
Kulaak
Why are cashews so much more expensive than peanuts?
er would u take a guess. mine is they are more difficult to cultivate or are less readily available then peanuts. peanuts or probably the cheapest buts available maybe the question should be why are peanuts cheaper than the rest of the nuts family such as almonds walnuts brazalin nuts etc.
I love that website called google :)

https://i.ytimg.com/vi/zVgYyhDpNXc/hqdefault.jpg
Where do cashews come from?
The fruit pictured above is a cashew apple, hanging at the bottom of it is a cashew nut. The nut is, botanically, the seed of the fruit and each apple will only produce one. Each nut has to be manually collected from each fruit and then set to dry.


However, once dried, much care has to be taken in shelling the seeds. Stored in a honeycomb structure between the soft outer shell and the hard nut there is a liquid called CNSL (cashew nutshell liquid) which contains anacardic acids which cause severe skin rashes. Therefore, before shelling the seeds have to be roasted, so that the toxins are destroyed. This must be done outside, as the process releases gases that can severely irritate the lungs, sometimes fatally.

The nuts are then opened up and graded. This labour-intensive process, coupled with a short supply, is why cashews are much more expensive that peanuts.
Is it me, or do the nuts in the picture look like scary cartoon like faces ?
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Chuck a few in your next Indian meal, fabutastic.
1 Like #52
http://rlv.zcache.com/i_love_cashews_t_shirt-r3e2c10c958e746469353aa91f056ee7a_jgoo9_630.jpg?view_padding=[285,0,285,0]
#53
darren9030
http://rlv.zcache.com/i_love_cashews_t_shirt-r3e2c10c958e746469353aa91f056ee7a_jgoo9_630.jpg?view_padding=[285,0,285,0]

only eaten them once, spent 12 hours in hospital on boxing day :)
#54
Not national. It was £4 per bag or 2 for £5 in Isle of Dogs ASDA.
1 Like #55
hz211
Not national. It was £4 per bag or 2 for £5 in Isle of Dogs ASDA.


not mainland thought is it
#56
hz211
Not national. It was £4 per bag or 2 for £5 in Isle of Dogs ASDA.


I couldn't find any but managed get a nuts mix pack 250g for 20p. so best of both and fat contents on them said 22g per 100 so not that fatty either
#57
nobby's all the way..... :{
#58
topla
vardx
spitfire51
verysleepy
Would hate to see what 300g of these do to your waist line!!!!!
These are good fat, as are pistachio, avocado, etc.... What is bad is deep fried stuff, doughnuts, etc....
Because when you ingest over 2000 calories of good fats your body automatically refuses to store any of it as fat, right?
it is meant as a snack or light portion
answer to your question essential yes, as this type of fat is harder to breakdown, keeping the digestive system busy and sending message to the brain that your not hungry, thus you eat less or are prone to not binge snack etc.
as it harder to breakdown you only absorb a small amount of fat when compared to bad fats, and the rest gets excreted
there was a segment in bbc doc about it
https://i.ytimg.com/vi/7rUQTixt37M/maxresdefault.jpg
http://previews.123rf.com/images/vlue/vlue0912/vlue091200826/6154096-Young-adult-man-constipated-in-his-own-bathroom--Stock-Photo-toilet-poop-constipation.jpg

You omitted to mention that cashew (and other nuts) also contain fibre which is good if you constipated.:|
banned#59
cookiefaerie
Zontes
yespleasesir
beth25
cookiefaerie
Blinkin' bargain. Heat added. Are they Asda own brand or a different brand?
asda own
Nuts are nuts
Exactly. Like Asda have their own nut growing facilities! Some really stupid questions asked on HUKD.
Whoa there, cowboy/cowgirl. It's so I could ask my OH to look out for them actually.
Indeed, nuts are nuts!
Sorry. I was a bit pished when I made the post.
#60
Kulaak
Why are cashews so much more expensive than peanuts?
Food Unwrapped explains on C4.... http://www.channel4.com/programmes/food-unwrapped/on-demand/56257-003

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