Roasted Brazil Nuts by Food to Live are toasted in an oven with no oil added, therefore, they don’t contain extra fat and maintain their nutritional profile. Toasted Brazil Nuts gain a super crunchy texture and even more intense nutty flavor and aroma.How can I use Dry Roasted Brazil Nuts?
There are numerous ways to enjoy Dry Roasted Brazil Nuts. First of all, you can eat them as a snack straight from the bag or add to any homemade trail mix. Second, you may chop these nuts and add to your favorite granola, cereals, oatmeal, or yogurt. Furthermore, Roasted Unsalted Brazil Nuts are of great use in baking. They will perfectly complement both savory and sweet baked goodies: breads, energy bars, cakes, muffins, and cookies. Besides, crushed Brazil Nuts can be sprinkled over salads, or added to sauces and dips. Please, note that since Brazil Nuts contain high amounts of Selenium, you shouldn’t eat more that 1-3 nuts a day.Are Roasted Brazil Nuts as nutritious as Raw ones?
This is probably the most frequently asked question when it comes to roasted nuts. Despite the common belief that high temperatures destroy nutrients, this is not the case with nuts. In fact, if you have a look at the Nutritional Value of Roasted Brazil Nuts vs Raw, you will see that there are only insignificant differences in some values. Roasted Brazil Nuts are an amazing source of protein, dietary fiber, healthy fats, Magnesium, Copper, Zinc, Calcium, Folate, Phosphorus, Manganese, Thiamine, and Vitamin E. Just one Brazil Nuts has 96 mcg of Selenium which is 175% of the reference daily intake. It’s also great that these nuts are Keto and Paleo diets friendly.Storage Tips
Store Roasted Brazil Nuts in a moisture-proof container in a cool dry area. To ensure freshness for longer, put the nuts in a fridge or a freezer.