Pine Nuts

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Latin Name: Pinus Gerardiana

Origin Country: Russia

Pine nuts are actually edible seeds that come from different species of pine cones. Pine nuts are small, creamy, ivory-coloured seeds sometimes known as pine kernels.

  • Pine nuts are rich in Vitamins A and lutein, both of which are known to support sharper vision.
  • They contain heart-friendly monounsaturated fat.
  • Pine nuts build stronger bones, thanks to their Vitamin D content.
  • They boost immunity, because they’re rich in Vitamin C.
  • Pine nuts contain pinoleic acid, which makes you feel fuller faster, and thus aids in weight loss.
  • They are a good source of iron, which is good news for the circulatory and nervous system.
  • The little nut fights free radicals, thus giving Father Time a run for his money.
  • The protein and magnesium in pine nuts makes them an excellent source of energy, so whenever you’re feeling tired, pop a few and feel like new!
Pine nuts are generally enjoyed raw; you can also roast them before consumption. As with most nuts, roasting gives pine nuts a distinct taste and aroma. Sprinkle some salt and pepper, and they are ready to eat. The seeds have a sweet and buttery flavor. It is used extensively in the preparation of pesto and pasta, casseroles and meat curries. The nuts are also added to vegetable and fruit salads. Chopped pine nuts are sprinkled on yoghurt, sundaes and ice cream to add texture to the dishes. They are also added to biscuits, cookies, granola and crunch bars.
People who are allergic to peanuts and other types of nuts may have an allergic reaction to pine nuts. Some individuals report that after eating pine nuts, they experience a bitter aftertaste. This symptom normally goes away in just a few minutes, but may also last for a few hours.

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