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Sunflower seeds, although technically they should be called ‘sunflower kernels’ are one of the healthiest snacks you can find. This food is highly nutritious, low in calories and fats, high in fiber, and delicious to boot.
Despite their deceptively small size and simplicity of form, sunflower seeds pack a nutritional punch.
This makes them a great food choice for any meal, but especially so for a short snack you need to recharge your batteries during the day.
The nutritional profile of sunflower seeds is highly versatile. In particular, they contain large quantities of:
• Vitamin E
• Vitamin B1
• Vitamin B6
How to Use
One of the best things about Sunflower Seeds is that you can use them to do a great number of things.
However, your precious people might appreciate the culinary uses of sunflower seeds even more as they do make for an interesting ingredient in salads, desserts, baking goods, and snacks. You can even make sunflower flour, butter, and milk. When combined with other ingredients, you can use sunflower seeds to create some very healthy and original dishes.
We sell our sunflower seeds unsalted so they are as healthy as can be, but you can flavor them with any kind of seasoning. For example, you can enjoy caramelized sunflower seeds. They are easy to make, you’ll just need to put a cup of kernels into a non-stick pan and heat them up for a few minutes. Then, add some brown sugar and wait until it melts. Now you have a deliciously sweet treat that you can snack on or sprinkle over desserts. Kids are sure to enjoy this addition to their morning porridge.
How to Store
Keeping the seeds dry is vitally important to prevent spoiling. Therefore, you have to store them in airtight containers if you choose to remove original packaging.Food To Live