Wild-harvested sprouted pili nuts 50g
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Pili nuts are one of the most nutrient-rich, "clean" nuts you can eat, which have virtually no mycotoxin because they are so well-protected in their thick shells. They are wildly harvested on a rich volcanic soil in the Philippines and thrive even they are hit by a heavy storm! They are so buttery and elegantly crunchy, a bit like macadamia. We prepare them by sprouting and dehydrating them at low temperature to keep all the nutrients and enzymes intact.
Choose from the following flavors: unflavored, with dark pink Himalayan salt, with dark pink Himalayan salt & chili, taco, vegan cheese, turmeric & long pepper, yak bone broth, and long pepper and black Himalayan salt.
All natural, organic, sugar-free and use no additives & preservatives. We use a small amount of organic acacia gum fiber (pure fiber) to let salt and spices stick to nuts without using oil or sugar.
1. Unflavored: just sprouted and dehydrated at low temperature. Unflavored pili nuts taste very blunt, however. You can coat lightly with coconut oil and sprinkle some salt for example
2. with dark pink Himalayan salt (+ organic acacia gum fiber): lightly salted with our mineral rich pink Himalayan salt.
3. with dark pink Himalayan salt + organic chili flakes (+ organic acacia gum fiber): mildly spicy!
4. TACO EVERY DAY flavor: with certified organic spices (paprika, cumin, onion, garlic, long pepper) and dark Himalayan salt (+ organic acacia gum fiber): the intensity of spice is incredible! If you love Mexican food, you will LOVE this.
5. VEGAN CHEESE flavor: BEST SELLER. with organic onion, nutritional-yeast and dark Himalayan salt (+ organic acacia gum fiber): the combination of nutritional yeast and onion creates the most mouth-watering taste resembling real cheese... but it is vegan. Rich in Vitamin B12.
6. TURMERIC & LONG PEPPER flavor: with organic Ceylon turmeric, long pepper and dark Himalayan salt (+ organic acacia gum fiber). Piperine from long pepper and fat from pili nuts improves the bioavailability & absorption of curcumine from turmeric. Perfect anti-inflammatory snack.
7. YAK BONE BROTH flavor: with grass-fed yak bone broth, organic long pepper and dark Himalayan salt. Packed with quality collagen protein, this bag has a balanced protein/fat to satisfy your hunger, together with quality dark pink Himalayan salt and long pepper.
Net Weight: 50g
More information1. KETO-FRIENDLIEST NUTS
They are probably the most keto-friendly nuts available in the market; 1 serving of 28g only contains 1g of total carbohydrate!
They are so rich in saturated and monosaturated fat, Vitamin E, phosphorus, magnesium and calcium. It is also a source of a complete protein, providing all eight essential amino acids, which makes it an ideal fuel for any athletes!
3. SPROUTED & RAW
These nuts are sprouted and activated, by soaking in water with some Himalayan salt to remove phytic acid, which can prevent your body from absorbing minerals such as zinc and iron. This is the best way to prepare any nuts and seeds.They are then dehydrated for a day at low temperature until they are crispy.
4. BETTER THAN ORGANIC
The pili nuts are grown wild, that is better than organic! No pesticides nor man-made fertilizers are ever used. It is the most natural products available from the mother nature!
Love the smooth texture of this pili nut when chewing, you have made the turmeric and long pepper a healthy and happy flavor! Would recommend to store it in the fridge for a better taste, crunchier and freshness.
OMG! These pili nuts are delicious. But be careful you can eat a whole package in one g., and actually a package has two servings.
The nuts are very good taste. I love the Himalayan salt most. But the nuts are stale easily. Recommended to freeze them and eat right from the chiller. They are crunchy!!!
Pili nut is so delicious and healthy. Just a bit about the package that easy to rancid the nut .Better to try to seal more or vaccum bag used.
I love nuts. This is so hearty and rich . I tend to overeat unintentionally...hahaha