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Pine nuts are the dehulled seeds (= without seed coat) of the pine, which are cultivated throughout the Mediterranean Territories.
Pine nuts have an unmistakable excellent taste.
They are also known as Portuguese pine nuts.
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Pine nuts are the dehulled seeds of the pine, which are cultivated throughout the Mediterranean Territories.
Pine nuts have an unmistakable excellent taste.
They are also known as Portuguese pine nuts.
Pine nuts, Pinus pinea L. are growing here in Portugal.

Pine nuts are very popular in the Mediterranean cuisine - as pesto, for baking, in salads or simply raw - a very crunchy deli!

In the Portuguese kitchen, you can often find them in rice dishes.
Pine nuts are also a component of the nowadays very popular vegetable pans and cakes.

Peeled pine nuts contain:
Fat: 73.86%
Protein: 66.4%
Carbohydrates: 1.92%

The physiological calorific value of pine nuts is around 622 kcal per 100g.
Pine kernels have a very high content of oleic acid (39.1%) and linoleic acid (46.5%).

Storage: mandatory! Cool and dry.
Due to the high-fat content, the seeds can quickly become rancid and can turn nidorous.
Packaging: resealable, light-protected zip stand-up pouch.

Taste disturbances, as partly reported in the press, are not known for original Portuguese pine nuts.
You buy here 100% authentic Portuguese pine nuts. Pine nuts are the dehulled seeds of the pine tree.
The Pine tree is cultivated throughout the Mediterranean Territories.
Pine nuts have an unmistakable excellent taste.
They are also known as Portuguese pine nuts.
Pine nuts, Pinus pinea L. are growing here in Portugal.

The Pinus pinea L. has been adapted for centuries to the local, hot and in summer very dry climate.
The trees here are not prone to pests and diseases, and the conservation measures of recent decades have produced a good eco-climate.
In this eco-climate, plenty of mammals, insects, reptiles, and amphibians have found their home.

The harvest can be described as not harmful to the ecosystem.
The whitish, pine nuts are edible cores of the pine cones.
Between October and April, the pine cones are harvested manually.
Then the pine nuts are separated from the pine cones by hand.

Pine nuts are very popular in the Mediterranean cuisine - as pesto, for baking, in salads or simply raw - a very crunchy deli!

In the Portuguese kitchen, you can often find them in rice dishes.
Pine nuts are also a component of the nowadays very popular vegetable pans and cakes.

Peeled pine nuts contain:
Fat: 73.86%
Protein: 66.4%
Carbohydrates: 1.92%

The physiological calorific value of pine nuts is around 622 kcal per 100g.
Pine kernels have a very high content of oleic acid (39.1%) and linoleic acid (46.5%).

Storage: mandatory! Cool and dry.
Due to the high-fat content, the seeds can quickly become rancid and can turn nidorous.
Packaging: resealable, light-protected zip stand-up pouch.

Taste disturbances, as partly reported in the press, are not known for original Portuguese pine nuts.
You buy here 100% authentic Portuguese pine nuts.
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