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Superfood 101: Sunflower Seeds

Superfood 101: Sunflower Seeds

What are Sunflower Seeds? The sunflower seed comes from the fruit of the sunflower (Helianthus annuus). Our Healthworks Sunflower Seeds are premium quality, certified organic and shelled so they can be enjoyed straight out of the bag! What do Sunflower Seeds taste like? Sunflower seeds have a very light nut taste to them. Some compare it to a lighter version of the pistachio. You can use them in both savory...
Superfood 101: Cacao Nibs

Superfood 101: Cacao Nibs

What are Cacao Nibs? Cacao is a tropical tree native to Central and South America. Its fruit is best known as chocolate’s main ingredient, though it is increasingly consumed for its nutritional value as well as its taste.  So where do the nibs come from? A cacao nib is a cacao bean that has been chopped up and broken into very small pieces.  Much of the production process is manual and...
Superfood 101: Golden Berries

Superfood 101: Golden Berries

What are Golden Berries? Golden berries, also known as gooseberries or Incan berries, are a delicious, delightfully tart and sweet, chewy berry loaded with nutrients. The golden berry grows within its own husk, and the fruit itself looks like a mini tomato. This highly nutritious super fruit is considered a 'belly fat buster,' and when incorporated into a healthy diet has many nutritional benefits. What do Golden Berries taste like?...
Superfood 101: Coconut Milk Powder

Superfood 101: Coconut Milk Powder

What is Coconut Milk Powder? Coconut milk is a common ingredient in many tropical cuisines, such as Burmese, Cambodian, Filipino, Indian, Indonesian, Malaysian, Singaporean, Sri Lankan, Thai, Vietnamese, Peranakan and southern Chinese, as well as Brazilian, Caribbean, Polynesian, and Pacific islands cuisines. After the coconut is grated for it’s meat and strained, it is squeezed until all of the water has been removed and it becomes dry. This process creates...
Superfood 101: Lucuma Powder

Superfood 101: Lucuma Powder

What is Lucuma Powder? Lucuma Powder comes directly from a subtropical fruit that grows naturally in the Andean region of South America, Peru. Dried at low temperatures after being harvested and then carefully milled into fine powder. It’s also known as the 'Gold of the Incas' and is considered to be one of the lost crops of the Incas What does Lucuma Powder taste like? Lucuma has a yummy maple...
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