- — Kosher, Non-GMO, Organic, Vegan
- — Grown without pesticides, additives, or GMO enhancements
- — Source of plant-based protein and dietary fibers
- — Alkaline-forming helps build strong bones and improves cognitive functions
Organic Pumpkin Seeds in Shell: Benefits and Uses
You are looking for seeds with a rich nutty flavor that will give you a nutritional boost? Food To Live Organic Pumpkin Seeds – precisely what you need. Enjoy these seeds in many different ways, and if you don’t like complicated, don’t be shy, reach inside the bag, and have a handful. We guarantee an enjoyable experience; these seeds are delicious even without spices or seasonings. Adding pumpkin seeds to your meals will benefit your whole body; they are one of the most nutritious foods you can find. They serve as an excellent plant-based source of fiber and protein, as well as good fats. Most importantly, they are rich in essential nutrients, including those less commonly available such as vitamin K and zinc.
How to Eat Seeds in Shell
Organic Pumpkin Seeds in shells need to have their shell peeled off before you eat them out of the package. Be advised – it might be a time-consuming process because those hulls can be stubborn, but gives your hands something to do. To add flavor, you can roast and add salt to our Organic Pumpkin Seeds. Toss them in oil with organic salt and roast for a couple of minutes. Voila!, you got yourself Organic Roasted Salted Pumpkin Seeds. Be sure to observe the roasting process, though; they do burn fast. To remove hulls quickly from a large serving of organic pumpkin seeds in the shells, crack them lightly with a rolling pin and place them in a pot of boiling water. Boil for five minutes before draining and let the seeds cool and dry. The majority of the shells will peel off by that time. If you buy bulk, it’s essential to store organic pumpkin seeds properly; please keep them in an airtight container and best refrigerated. They will last for about three months at room temperature, and well over a year in the fridge or freezer.