– Mom, where do pine nuts come from?
– From the forests of stone pine trees
Unlike other nuts, pine nuts are harvested from the upper parts of Mediterranean pine trees and cannot be cultivated.
They are seeds (botanically) and nuts (culinarily) at the same time.
Being wild, their collection is more challenging, which is why their value is higher.
But of course, they taste so good… it’s worth getting some and enjoying them, especially when they are organically harvested and go well in both sweet and savory dishes.
Enjoy some good pine nuts to enhance your dishes.
Spanish pine nuts are ideal for nougats, granolas, homemade bars, couscous, sauces, and even as a filling or béchamel for delicious croquettes combined with raisins and spinach.
They work wonderfully in savory dishes for their buttery and unmistakable texture, and in sweet recipes to balance flavors and add a crispy yet creamy touch.
Nutritional properties? Here they are.
Pine Nut Properties:
Pine nuts contain 14% protein.
They are rich in vitamins and healthy fats.
And they are part of a healthy, rich, and nutritious pantry due to their fiber content, which is recommended for improving intestinal transit.
These elements help the body carry out its vital functions and maintain the organism in perfect condition at the muscular, nervous, and digestive levels.
That’s why they are a perfect addition to your salads made with fresh vegetables, greens, or fruits.
Mediterranean pine nut. Origin: 100% Spain.
May contain traces of other nuts, soy, and milk (including lactose).
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Direct purchase from the producer.
Our motto is simple: we harvest, clean, package, and sell.
We are free from intermediaries to provide you with:
- high quality
- good prices.
It’s the best we offer to the land as families since 1990, and we want to bring it to your home through local and fair trade.