Real Foods Organic Pine Nut Kernels

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50gr
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Ingredients

Organic Pine Nut Kernels ingredients:

Organic Pine Nut Kernels.

About Organic Pine Nut Kernels

Organic pine nuts or kernels are delicious in salads (toasted or straight), on top of many savoury dishes. Also delicious crushed up in pesto. Rich in essential fatty acids and a great source of dietary fibre, Pine kernels are also known as pine nuts or pine seeds. They are an antioxidant and can help strengthen your immune system.

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Try these pinenuts toasted on your salads - I love them - nothing else to say really.

By Isobel Kirk on 14/05/2014

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