Fruit & Nuts, non-fertilized, unpainted, unkempt

Hazelnuts, walnuts, apples, pears, quinces, meddles from our own cultivation

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Article number: FOODbazar Classics
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We can suggest that we cultivate our own hazelnuts, walnuts, apples, pears, quinces, meddles from our own cultivation in a well-considered, noble, manner, but nothing could be further from the truth. We just don't do anything about it. Well, sometimes we saw a few branches, but for the rest we do not make any effort to give them a little extra food or to help them get rid of gnawing worms and beetles. The offspring itself is a matter of nature doing its work, but if a seedling is in an awkward place, we move it.

Something else is still playing. We are not very pro-certified. That's kind of turning the world upside down. After all, you produce on a smaller scale, are more labor-intensive, you are doing better in terms of sustainability, environment, public health, biodiversity, soil life and so on and so your products are already more expensive than the competition and to prevent you from earning anything you have to pay € 1250 per product for a quality mark every year. That competition often also suggests that they are doing very well with vague quality marks, but that issues such as sustainability, fairness, etc. are not all that relevant, meanwhile laughs a lot and is not bothered by anything.

Falling nuts ..

What we don't put any energy into is cracking, but okay, we'll dry them in our wood-fired oven. We are happy with that, because heating up is hours of work. We also do this with our own wood and it takes a lot of hours of sawing, splitting and stacking.

We package the nuts in portions of 560 grams of which 200 grams remain after cracking. But that cracking is of course very zen, mindful and otherwise a pedagogically responsible version of child labor.

Moreover, drying is necessary to keep them good for longer. A nice side effect is that the taste becomes more concentrated. With regard to the latter; please toast them for consumption, which will make them much tastier.

Nutritional value

100 gr

Kcal

kJ

cal

627.8

0.627

2,628

carbohydrates

16.7

 

 

- of which is sugar

4.3

 

 

Fiber

9.7

 

 

Protein

15.0

 

 

Fat

60.8

 

 

 

 

 

 

Trace elements / minerals (mg)

 

 

 

  • Calcium

113.9

 

 

  • Choline

45.6

 

 

  • Folic acid (B11)

113.0

Microgram

 

  • Phosphorus

289.6

Microgram

 

  • Iron

4.7

 

 

  • Potassium

680.0

 

 

  • Copper

1.7

 

 

  • Magnesium

162.6

 

 

  • Manganese - 7.1 mg

6.2

Microgram

 

  • Vitamin B6

0.5

Microgram

 

  • Vitamin A 23 IU

 

 

 

  • Vitamin B1

0.6

Microgram

 

  • Vitamin C

6.3

 

 

  • Zinc

2.4

 

 

Simple recipe for a very tasty hazelnut pie; torta di nocciola

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