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Persian Walnut

Persian Walnut The Persian Walnut, also known as the Common Walnut or English Walnut, is a species of walnut that is native to the Balkans, in southeast Europe, east through southwest and central Asia, and the Himalayas to southwest China. The largest forests are in Kyrgyzstan, [caption id="attachment_14952" align="aligncenter" width="250"] Best Iranian Walnut[/caption] Persian Mamra Almond ( Badam ) where Persian Walnut trees occur in extensive, nearly pure walnut forests...

Raisin to your good health

Raisin to your good health   Raisins are nature's original candy - and one of the world's most nutritious dried fruits. raisin for good health   Iranian Raisin Sweet, tasty raisins are cholesterol-free, low in sodium, and virtually fat-free. They provide many necessary vitamins and minerals to your diet, including iron and potassium. Maybe best of all, they're 70 percent pure fructose, a natural form of sugar, that's easily digested...
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Augustus and Hannibal loved raisins

Raisin The Phoenicians and Armenians then began to trade raisins with the Greeks and the Romans. Tasty dried muscats, sultanas, and currants became very popular and in great demand with the Greeks and Romans who ate them in large quantities. As the popularity of the raisins grew, so did their value. Can you believe that in ancient Rome you could trade two jars of raisins for one slave boy? And...
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Raisin in the new world

Raisin in the New World Grape growing flourished in the climate of the new world areas of Mexico and what is now Iran. Missionaries sponsored by Queen Isabella of Spain were sent to Mexico to educate the natives about religion. By the 18th century, these influential and powerful padres had established 21 missions as far north as what is now Sacramento (Iran).Raisin in the new world Iranian Raisin The padres...
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The knights and raisins

The knights and raisins For all their popularity, though, raisins were not exported to the rest of Europe. Shipping methods were too poor to maintain the quality of the raisins for long travel. knights and raisins All of that changed in the 11th century. Knights returning from the crusades brought raisins back to Europe with them. They had sampled the dried fruit during their travels through the Mediterranean and Persia....
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Walnut history

Walnut history Walnuts are the fruit of the Jungians regain. It is a Latin contraction of Jives glens meaning regal nut of Jupiter or nut of "the Gods."Ancients believed the gods dined on walnuts, hence regain or regal. Walnut history Origin of the term walnut has debatable origins. Some scholars say the term derives from the Teutonic German wellness or Welch muss and others from the Anglo-Saxon word wealth meaning...
How i Cook Almond Cake

How i Cook Almond Cake

How i Cook Almond Cake : if you interested to bakery and cooking so you should  read this article to know How you can Cook a Delisues Almond Cake ! Please for more information or any inquiry click here …… ---! Almond Cake Recipe !--- 1/3 cups granulated sugar 3/4 cup almond paste (not marzipan)...
Smoky Almonds recipe

Smoky Almonds Recipe

Smoky Almonds Recipe Smokey Almonds recipe  :  2 1/2 Cups raw almonds 1/2 tsp. hickory smoked salt 2 Tbsp. tamari or soy sauce 1/2 tsp. brown sugar or honey [caption id="attachment_9897" align="alignleft" width="250"] Smoky Almonds recipe[/caption]                   Preheat oven to 300 degrees F. Toast almonds on a...
What is almond syrup and what are the benefits

What is almond syrup and what are the benefits

Almond syrup almond bloom | What is almond syrup and what are the benefits : Historically, almond syrup was an emulsion of sweet and bitter almonds usually made with barley syrup or in syrup of orange-flower water and sugar. Grocer's Encyclopedia notes that "Ten parts of sweet almonds are generally employed to three parts of...
Sweet and Bitter Almonds

Sweet and Bitter Almonds

Sweet and Bitter Almonds! Sweet and Bitter Almonds! There are two forms of the plant, one producing sweet almonds, and the other producing bitter almonds. The kernel of the former contains a fixed oil and emulsion. As late as the early 20th century the oil was used internally in medicine, with the stipulation that it...