- — Kosher, Raw, Vegan
- — Large Size, Halves & Pieces
- — Unsalted, No Shell
- — Very low in Cholesterol and Sodium
- — A very good source of Copper and Manganese
- — Suitable for Sirtfood diet
Walnuts loved for many centuries because of high nutritious value. People of old lauded them as a symbol of intellectuality and believed that they could enhance one’s brainpower. They were right as these nuts are rich in omega-three fatty acids. One of the benefits of consuming Walnuts is the promotion of your cognitive function. Eating these nuts don’t necessarily make you smarter (wouldn’t you love that), but they do allow you to use your natural intellect more efficiently. There are many varieties of walnuts cultivated today. These nuts are famous all over the world and used in a high number of dishes. Their rich, sweet, nutty flavor makes them an excellent snack. Food to Live California Walnuts are raw, of Premium Quality, Kosher, and suitable for a Vegan diet.
Nutritional Profile of Premium Walnuts
California Walnuts are a delicious and nutritious food that are rich in a variety of vitamins, minerals, and beneficial compounds. They contain healthy fats, including polyunsaturated and monounsaturated fats and are also a good source of protein and fiber. Moreover, they’re packed with minerals like Calcium, Potassium, Magnesium, Phosphorus, and Folate.
Ways to use Walnut Halves and Pieces
These nuts can be enjoyed as is – right out of the bag or used as an ingredient in recipes, adding a crunchy texture and nutty flavor to meals. For a quick and easy snack, try munching on a handful of walnuts mixed with your favorite dried fruits. They can also be added to trail mix or homemade granola. If you’re looking for a more savory option, try tossing walnuts into a salad for some extra crunch or using them as a topping for roasted vegetables.
For a sweet treat, try incorporating walnuts into baked goods such as muffins, bread, or cookies. They can also be used as a substitute for traditional breadcrumbs in meatballs or as a coating for chicken or fish. Walnuts are an excellent addition to breakfast dishes, such as oatmeal, yogurt, or smoothie bowls. And if you’re feeling adventurous, try making your own walnut butter by blending walnuts in a food processor until smooth. Moreover, you can blend walnuts together with spinach and cream to create delicious pasta sauce. So go ahead, get creative and have fun exploring all the ways you can incorporate these nutritious nuts into your diet!
How to Store Walnuts
Since walnuts contain plenty of polyunsaturated fats and do not contain conservation chemicals, they can stale quickly. Keep in mind that these nuts can absorb flavors, so you need to store them in an airtight can. We recommend finding a low-humidity place, away from heat and light. It is a good idea to put walnuts in your refrigerator where shelled nuts can last up to six months.
Pear and Walnut Warm Breakfast Salad