Raw Pine Nuts

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About Raw Pine Nuts

Ingredients Pine Nuts
Origin China
Shelf life 18 months
Allergens Tree Nuts May be Present: Peanuts, Other Nuts, Sesame, Soy, Milk, Egg
Storage Condition Keep in Cool and Dry Place
Features Raw, Shelled, Seeds, No additives, Sodium Free, No Added Sugar, Gluten-Free, GMO-Free, Vegan
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Pine nuts are the fanciest of all the nuts. They’re smaller, cuter having a sweet, subtle flavor. These teardrop-shaped, delicious little nuts have a distinct, delicate, buttery taste and creamy texture. Enjoy our raw pine nuts tossed over salads, in soups or mixed with trail mix. Our raw pinenuts, available to buy in retail or bulk, have no added preservatives and are non-GMO. Buy them in bulk and save at Natural Moreish!

 

Pine nuts tasting notes:

Pine nuts are so delicious with their buttery texture and flavor that make your mouth feel buttery. Pine nuts are sweet, and you will feel its sweet taste for a long time after eating them. Mixing pine nuts with other nuts also remain a good taste in your mouth.

Pine nuts nutrition facts:

Pine nuts are nutrient as well as other nuts. 50 grams of pine nuts contain 6.5 g protein, 33.5 g fat, 2.25 g carbohydrate, 1.7 g sugar and 1.5 mg sodium. Also, pine nuts boost energy; by eating 50 g of pine nuts, you will get 1440 KJ energy.

Pine nuts support heart health, improve glycemic control, helps cognition and helps weight management.

Pine nuts beverage or other food pairing:

Pine nuts are good combinations with certain baked goods such as cookies, cakes, and flat breads. Pine nuts also are paired with:

  • Herbs such as bay leaf, basil, thyme and rosemary
  • Lemon and orange
  • Spices and ingredients such as grains, saffron and dried fruits
  • Sweet spices such as cinnamon, nutmeg and clove
  • Ingredients such as cheese, olive, anchovies and sardines
  • Onion, garlic and leeks
  • Ginger, dry sherry and soy
  • Traditional additions such as meat and eggplant
  • Sauces

Pine nuts serving suggestions:

You can eat raw pine nuts or add them to your food. Pine nuts are essential ingredient in topping for vegetable side dishes and salads. Pine nuts can also be mixed with grains in all foods. Another creative way of eating pine nuts is toasting them before eating to feel a more robust flavor. Among all the food, cake, dessert, etc. recipes, you can choose the ones that match your taste and interest the best.

Pine nuts harvest way:

Pine nuts will be harvested in late summer or at the beginning of fall; that’s when pine trees produce large cones, then pine nuts can be seen in pine cones on pine trees. Pine cones will be kept in a warm and dry place until the seeds are released.

Pine nuts storage condition:

The way you store pine nuts play an important role in their longevity and freshness. Therefore, you should keep pine nuts in dry and cool place. If you don’t plan to eat pine nuts right after buying them and you are going to store them for the future, then you should follow the pine nut freezing instruction.

In order to freeze pine nuts you should place pine nuts in a zip-lock bag or a container that can be sealed. Then put the bag or container in freezer.

SKU: 190

Nutritional Information

Serving size: 50g
PER SERVE PER 100g
Energy
1440kJ 2880kJ
Protein, total
6.5g 13g
Fat, total
33.5g 67g
saturated
5.05g 10.1g
Carbohydrate
2.25g 4.5g
sugars
1.7g 3.4g
Sodium
1.5mg 3mg

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Raw Pine Nuts FAQ

Are these pine nuts dried or roasted?

They are raw pine nuts.

How long do pine nuts last?

Pine nuts should be kept in an airtight container in the refrigerator for one to two months. If you wish to extend the shelf-life, place pine nuts in a heavy-duty freezer bag in the freezer for three to six months.

How do I store pecans to keep them fresh?

Pine nuts are oily and rich in protein, so they tend to go rancid quite quickly; store them in the fridge and they will keep longer.

How to tell if pine nuts are bad or spoiled?

Once pine nuts turn rancid, they will give off an unpleasant odor and often develop a bitter taste.

Are pecans gluten free?

Nuts in their pure form are gluten-free. This includes peanuts, almonds, pecans, macadamia nuts, walnuts, pine nuts, pistachios, cashews, Brazil nuts and all other natural nuts.

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