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Despite its name, pine nuts are actually the edible seeds of pine trees. Subtly sweet with a delicate buttery texture - they’re high in unsaturated fatty acids, magnesium, iron, zinc, and vitamin K to support heart health while boosting energy level. Although they may be small, they’re chock full of vitamin E that helps promote radiant, hydrated skin and hair growth. Ladies, it’s time to make them a part of your daily snacking!

Fun fact: Pine nut is known to be one of the most expensive ingredients in the world due to its supply limitation and tedious harvesting process.

Health benefits

- Reduce risk of cardiovascular diseases

- Improve eye, hair, and skin health

- Strengthen bone and teeth

Nutrition facts (per 100g)

- Energy: 410 kcal

- Total Fat: 5.2 g

- Carbohydrate: 80.6 g

- Protein: 10.2 g


Raw pine nut

Consumption method

Enjoy it raw as a snack, blend it to make creamy sauces or dips, use it as breakfast or salad topping, or incorporate it into baked goods and stir-fries.

Storage tip

Keep it in an airtight container under cool and dry condition, away from direct sunlight. To prolong its shelf life, it is best to store it in the fridge for safe and fresh consumption.  

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