- — Kosher, Non-GMO, Organic, Raw, Vegan
- — Unsalted, No Shell
- — Rich in Potassium, Magnesium, Phosphorus
Originating from Australia, Organic Macadamia Nuts are now grown in different parts of the world, such as Hawaii, Africa, and Asia. Macadamias are one of the most delicious and exquisite nuts out there, whose demand continues to increase daily. Food to Live’s Macadamias are raw, Organic and Non-GMO. These nuts are round in shape and beige to tan in color, along with an average size of 17mm to 20mm.
Nutritional value and benefits of Organic Raw Macadamia Nuts
Organic Macadamia Nuts unsalted are rich in healthy fats, dietary fiber, and protein. They are loaded with flavonoids and tocotrienols – powerful antioxidants. In addition, they are rich in Vitamins B6 and E, Calcium, Copper, Iron, Magnesium, Manganese, Potassium, Selenium, and Zinc. Eating a small portion of macadamias daily will be a wholesome addition to a balanced diet. Moreover, for those who follow the Keto diet, Organic Keto Macadamia Nuts are considered the best choice.
How to use Organic Macadamia Nuts?
Raw Macadamia Nuts Organic and Unsalted are favored for their rich buttery sweet flavor and creamy texture. Even though they serve as a great snack to stave off hunger, there are exciting new ways to use them. Put them in your blender and process until they transform into delicious Organic Macadamia Nut Butter. You can also roast them for extra flavor and top your desserts, salads, veggies, and pasta. To make Organic Macadamia Nut Milk, soak nuts for a few hours, drain, and rinse, before blending with water. You can also make Organic Macadamia Nut Cookies as well as Organic Chocolate Macadamia Nuts, a famous Keto, Paleo, and Vegan dessert. Furthermore, you may have heard about Organic Macadamia Hair Products which give hair a stronger and shinier look.
How to store Organic Macadamia Nuts bulk?
Rich oil content in Macadamia Nuts can lead to rapid spoilage if not stored properly. Keep in an airtight container or tightly sealed in a zip-lock package. The best place to store them is in the refrigerator or a freezer.