Organic Brazil nuts.
MAY CONTAIN: PEANUTS, OTHER TREE NUTS, SOY
Hulled, 100% raw and packed with protein, iron and zinc – what else can we say about our organic Brazil nuts? Much more ! We’re crazy about Brazil nuts! We know you are facing the same problem. Our solution? If you already love Brazil nuts, you’ll be crazy about our organic Brazil nuts! Their texture is creamy and smooth. Like walnuts, organic roasted Brazil nuts have an edible brown skin. If you’ve never tried these bulbous crescent moon nuts, they’re plump and crunchy, and they’re the only nuts we know of that can be eaten in multiple bites! We recommend mixing Brazil nuts with other nuts, like raw almonds to add variety to your menu.
HEALTH BENEFITS: AVOID DISEASE!
Brazil nuts are high in selenium, a mineral famous for preventing coronary heart disease and certain types of cancer. Brazil nuts also contain copper, magnesium, and vitamin E. Like most nuts, they are also high in fiber and protein.
CULINARY TIP: NUT MIX!
One of our favorite ways to tantalize the taste buds of our dinner guests is with hot spicy nuts! Because organic Brazil nuts have a light coating of rapeseed oil, adding spices and reheating in the oven is an easy way to create a delicious appetizer. Add cumin, cardamom and chili for an exotic Middle Eastern touch. Or how about fennel, oregano and garlic for an Italian touch? Come on, we’re hungry!
ABOUT ROASTED UNSALTED BRAZIL NUTS: DID YOU KNOW?
Do you know the “” Brazil Nut “” effect? If you are used to making your own homemade nut mixes, perhaps you have already noticed: when you combine Brazil nuts with other nuts of different sizes in the same pot, they always rise to the top. no matter how hard you shake the pot.
If you haven’t tried it yet, now is the time – what you’ll see will drive you crazy!
This phenomenon, also known as “granular convection”, occurs when the largest particles of a mixture of objects of different sizes rise to the surface.
Scientists are still unsure of the cause. According to a popular theory, this could be due to the difference in density. Other scientists argue that it happens because the particles are too large to fit in the spaces on the sides of the pot. Whatever the reason, we have learned the lesson: what goes down can go up!
STORAGE TIPS: PRESERVE FRESHNESS!
For optimal storage, refrigerate your Brazil nuts for up to 1 year.