Just got a bunch of them from hubby's business trip in Indonesia. They're also called bogor peanuts, but don't taste like peanuts at all. Other than this wikipedia article, I can't find much nutritional information about it. Thanks! (more)
They are apparently the biggest consumers of rice-per-capita and eat twice as much as second place Japan. There biggest issue seems to be infectious disease/poverty overall. Anyone know if they have diabetes and/or obesity issues??
Dietitians over here still believe that fat makes you fat and gives you heart disease. They're now even recommending 'heart healthy' canola and soybean oil over animal fats and coconut oil for cooking... I hate my country.