Macadamia Nut Pieces

  • Large Pieces
  • Raw, Unsalted
  • No Shell
  • Premium Quality

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Product Description

Macadamia nut is exceptionally flavorful, so it will definitely make an excellent addition to your pantry. The nuts grow in sub-tropical regions of Australia, America, and Hawaiian Islands. Only two of the seven known species of the nuts are edible. Their taste and high nutritious value make them into an excellent snack. However, they also go well when added to sweets and desserts.

Gluten-sensitive people can eat macadamia butter with no worries as it’s gluten-free and perfectly safe. It also makes any sandwich taste incredibly good.

Health Benefits of Macadamia Nut

As macadamia nuts are nuts, they are good for your health by default. Even though they are rich in calories, they contain good fats and can be added to any diet.

The most important health benefits offered by these nuts are:

  • They provide you with dietary fiber.
    100 grams of macadamia nuts contain 23% of the daily dose of dietary fiber. Therefore, they assist your digestive process and help keep your gastrointestinal tract healthy.
  • They help you control your cholesterol levels.
    As nuts are an excellent source of “good” HDL cholesterol, eating them on a regular basis helps clean your arteries from LDL cholesterol and promote cardiovascular health. This reduces the risk of coronary, stroke, and heart disease.
  • They are packed with B vitamins.
    This is one of the most important benefits of nuts as a whole as B vitamins play an essential part in many processes within your body. They help regulate your metabolism and have a strong positive effect on your health as a whole.
  • They are rich in vitamins A and E.
    Therefore, macadamia nuts are potent antioxidants. This property allows them to enhance your beauty by making your hair, nails, and skin healthier. The protection from free radicals slows down the process of aging and reduces the risk of many dangerous diseases.

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INGREDIENTS: Macadamia Nuts

WARNING: Contains Tree Nuts

Packaged in a facility that also processes wheat

Cold Storage Recommended

Storage Time: up to 12 months

Country of Origin: South Africa

 

Nutritional Value

100 grams of delicious macadamia nuts will provide you with a great number of essential nutrients, including:

  • Dietary fiber – 8.6 g (23% RDA)
  • Niacin – 2.473 mg (15% RDA)
  • Pyridoxine – 0.275 mg (21% RDA)
  • Pantothenic acid – 0.864 mg (17% RDA)
  • Thiamin – 1.195 mg (100% RDA)
  • Vitamin E – 0.24 mg (1.5% RDA)
  • Copper – 0.756 mg (84% RDA)
  • Iron – 3.69 mg (46% RDA)
  • Manganese – 4.131 mg (180% RDA)

RDA = Required Daily Amount

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Herbed Macadamia Nut Cheese

Herbed Macadamia Nut Cheese

Ingredients

  • 2-3 digestive enzyme capsules
  • 1 1/2 cups raw macadamia nuts (soaked overnight and rinsed) – http://bit.ly/1HY88Iq
  • 4 tablespoons nutritional yeast
  • Pink Himalayan rock salt
  • Ground black pepper
  • Chili flakes
  • Mixed herbs
  • Fresh herbs (of your choice, I added a bit of fresh basil and fresh rosemary), finely chopped
  • Plastic cling wrap (for molding)


Preparation

  1. First you’ll want to soak your macadamia nuts overnight. Rinse them thoroughly the next day.
  2. In a high-speed food processor, blitz the nuts until they are the texture in the photo below. Imagine crumbled feta cheese. You want them that kind of texture. Place the mixture into a glass or ceramic bowl, and crack open the digestive enzyme tablets over it. Mix thoroughly, and leave covered with a dish towel in a medium temperature room. Not cold, but not too warm. Leave overnight.
  3. Now it’s time to flavor your “cheese.” Add the remaining ingredients to the bowl, and you really can pick and choose what you like. If you are not much of a fan of chilli flakes, leave them out and add something else. I like the little spurts of heat they give. You can add all different types of herbs, and can even separate the plain mixture, and make different variations of flavor. This recipe is versatile, so you add what suits you.
  4. Once mixed you want to lay the mixture out onto the center of the cling wrap. Carefully fold the mixture into a sausage, ensuring it is tightly compacted. Twist each side until you create a tight, firm “cheese” sausage shape.
  5. Allow this to cool in the fridge for about and hour or two.
  6. Cut into slices and serve with gluten-free crackers.


Enjoy it!