Your favorite kind of... these food items. I think they're collectively known as nuts? Maybe.

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Your favorite kind of... these food items. I think they're collectively known as nuts? Maybe. (38 votes)

pistachio 18%
cashew 24%
walnut 3%
macadamia nuts 5%
peanuts 24%
almonds 18%
hazelnuts 0%
pecans 5%
pine nuts 0%
another kind that may be stated within the topic presently 3%

I like almonds because they can give me calcium, which I need as a lactose intolerant.

#1 Posted by xWoW_Rougex (2720 posts) -

Here's something I read about pistachios yesterday. Made me a bit turned off by them:

http://forum.bodybuilding.com/showthread.php?t=156870213

Anyway...

I know these aren't nuts but I prefer eating "corn nuts".. It looks like corn but they're slightly bigger and dried, roasted and salted.

If I had to stick to the list, it'd be pecans...

#2 Edited by marcheegsr (2188 posts) -

Almonds hands down.

I like them 3 ways. Raw. Almond milk and almond butter.

#3 Posted by thegerg (12941 posts) -

FYI, everyone needs calcium, not just those who are lactose intolerant.

#4 Edited by Jimn_tonic (819 posts) -

Roasted almonds, drenched in salt and a bit of pepper

#5 Posted by Flubbbs (2444 posts) -

cashews.. so good

#6 Edited by Serraph105 (27220 posts) -

Pistachios and cashews are probably my favorite to just eat by themselves, but almonds and pecans are incredibly versatile and I probably eat far more of them in various things than I eat the other two.

#7 Posted by culture_den (156 posts) -

@thegerg: Um... ok (don't understand what you think you were trying to accomplish here)

#8 Edited by Trail_Mix (2021 posts) -

Roasted pecans are where it's at.

I also like cashews though.

#9 Posted by jrmorgan23 (54 posts) -

The dairy industry has done an amazing job hood-winking people into believing that they need the calcium from milk to avoid bone diseases. If that was true, why is America one of the leaders in cases of osteoporosis and hip fractures in the elderly when we are one of the leading consumers of milk and dairy products? Does this make sense? Most of the calcium you consume does not go into the bones. Bones need much more than just one mineral. A well balanced diet consisting of real food items such as whole vegetables especially dark leafy greens, coupled with strength training and generally being active will combat these bone issues exponentially more than drinking one or two glasses of milk a day.

That being said...I voted for macadamias!!!

#10 Edited by worlock77 (22508 posts) -

@thegerg said:

FYI, everyone needs calcium, not just those who are lactose intolerant.

Is there a medical reason for this absurd pedantry of yours?

#11 Posted by konvikt_17 (21974 posts) -

Peanuts.

now i want some salted peanuts.

#12 Edited by Nengo_Flow (8772 posts) -

Walnuts, I just cant. I could eat them, but shortly after I just want to spit them out. Samething with pecans, if they're plain and by them selves.

I like all the other nuts tho.

#13 Posted by GoogleAndroid (123 posts) -

Pistachios. Specifically, Wonderful brand.

#14 Posted by Namgis (3510 posts) -

Here's something I read about pistachios yesterday. Made me a bit turned off by them:

http://forum.bodybuilding.com/showthread.php?t=156870213

Anyway...

I know these aren't nuts but I prefer eating "corn nuts".. It looks like corn but they're slightly bigger and dried, roasted and salted.

If I had to stick to the list, it'd be pecans...

Curse you for that link. I knew the nasty tasting ones have/had worms in them, but seeing them there = never again.

I voted for almonds. They were and are a big part of my diet.

#15 Posted by SirWander (5176 posts) -

I love almonds

#16 Posted by Tqricardinho (332 posts) -

Ohh pistachios... me and my godfather used to eat dozens of those at weekends.

#17 Edited by GazaAli (21478 posts) -

I'm torn between cashews and peanuts, can't get enough of both. But I find myself leaning toward cashews because they're expensive therefore I really can't get enough of them lol

#18 Posted by cain006 (8625 posts) -

Cashews are easily my favorite to eat by themselves. I like peanuts for cooking with other stuff though.

#19 Posted by AmazonTreeBoa (15943 posts) -

Cashews are my favorite.

#20 Posted by SaintLeonidas (25288 posts) -

Almonds.

#21 Posted by nait2k4 (78 posts) -

Gotta be peanuts, such versatility.

Honey roasted peanuts with extra salt, or salted caramel peanuts. Mmmm, heart disease.

#22 Posted by culture_den (156 posts) -

24 votes... gamefaqs' current events had 100 votes. It must be more popular a forum than gamespot's off-topic. I wonder why.

#23 Posted by Namgis (3510 posts) -

Or there's more people here who could care less about nuts and want no part of voting?

#24 Edited by culture_den (156 posts) -

That's shocking to hear, but understandable.

#25 Edited by Sword-Demon (6597 posts) -

tough choice between pistachios and cashews, but cashews win

#26 Posted by ArmoredCore55 (23753 posts) -

Peanuts.

#27 Posted by Horgen (109466 posts) -

Roasted almonds.

#28 Edited by themajormayor (25250 posts) -

@worlock77 said:

@thegerg said:

FYI, everyone needs calcium, not just those who are lactose intolerant.

Is there a medical reason for this absurd pedantry of yours?

No offense to anyone but it could be some form of autism.

#29 Posted by foxhound_fox (85236 posts) -

Cashew > Pistachio > Brazil Nut > Walnut > the rest

#30 Posted by HuggyBear1020 (445 posts) -

Whichever kind deez are

#31 Posted by shellcase86 (1694 posts) -

Pretty much all of the above, especially Pistachios and Almonds. They're all delicious. It's a shame nuts are soooooooooo expensive. I wonder if I can grow my own.

#32 Posted by Ugalde- (3644 posts) -

Cashews first, almonds second.

#33 Posted by culture_den (156 posts) -

I can't believe I forgot to mention brazil nuts in the topic, I had quite a story about them too, quite the history with them.

#34 Posted by culture_den (156 posts) -

Pretty much all of the above, especially Pistachios and Almonds. They're all delicious. It's a shame nuts are soooooooooo expensive. I wonder if I can grow my own.

You could go to 5 guys or a bard and get those free ones.