Real Foods Tiger Nuts

3 Customer Review(s)
Customer Rating: 5.0
(5 votes)
£1.45 145p / 100g
£2.85 114p / 100g
£5.14 103p / 100g
£9.54 95p / 100g
£27.67 92p / 100g
£53.39 89p / 100g

Wholesale Prices

(58p / 100g)
2 x 12.5Kg
£70.50 each
(56p / 100g)
4 x 12.5Kg
£70.14 each
(56p / 100g)


Tiger Nuts ingredients:

Tiger Nuts

About Tiger Nuts

Not strictly a nut, this grass root node is packed full of carbohydrates.

Tiger Nuts (Chufa Nuts) were one of the first domesticated crops, Tiger Nuts have even been found stored in the tombs of the ancient Egyptian Pharaohs. The Tiger Nut is a member of the sedge family and is actually a herb and has a sweet nutty taste slightly reminiscent of almonds Tiger Nuts grow in the ground much like Peanuts. The Tiger Nut has many names; Yellow Nut Grass, Earth Almond, Rush Nut, and the Florida Almond. in Spain, where it gets the name chufa the Tiger Nut is used to make a delicious drink. Tiger Nuts are high in protein, calcium, iron, thiamine, and phosphorus. Perfect as a treat and a fantastic carp bait for fishing.

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Customer reviews

My order came quickly at a very good price. Nuts are nice and fresh but smaller than the ones I usually buy.

By Carol Whiteley on 25/06/2015

Yes these really are the  business, reminds me of time in Spain and Horchata de Chufa.

They make a fantastic milk as per review, and I accidentally discovered that after straining, if brought to a simmer and stirred the starch thickens and makes a creamy pudding.
Very filling so don't eat too much. Very yummy.

By Masayo Nonaka on 15/10/2013

These tiger nuts make the best nut mylk I've ever had - 1 cup nuts + 2 cups water, whizz up in blender for as long as u can stand (they are one of the tougher nuts) then strain and drink, no need to sweeten, tiger nuts are already sweet, but a touch of vanilla is divine.

By fliptopfish on 22/08/2013

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