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Where Is the Best Pistachio in The World?

Where Is the Best Pistachio in The World? best pistachio in the world , Pistachio is a small tree originating in the Middle East and Central Asia and grows in countries such as Iran, Syria, Turkmenistan and western Afghanistan. It produces a fruit that is edible and very delicate. Pistachio is a Persian word that has entered the European languages through Latin. Please for more information or any inquiry click...
Benefits-of-Pistachio

pistachio manufacturers

Pistachio Manufacturers: Nurturing Nature's Finest Harvest Unveiling the Mastery of Pistachio Manufacturing: From Orchard to Your Table Embark on a flavorful journey into the world of pistachio manufacturing, where expertise meets nature's bounty. Join us in discovering the essence of premium pistachios and the skilled manufacturers behind their exceptional quality. pistachio manufacturers.   Pistachio Varieties and Manufacturing Expertise: A Symphony of Flavor 1. Akbari Excellence: Crafting the Cream of the...
fig

Food Value Fig

Food Value Fig An analysis of the fresh fig shows it consists good amount of moisture and little protein, fat, and carbohydrate. The dry fig has a high nutritive value. Its most important food element is sugar which forms 51 to 74 percent of the whole fruit. [caption id="attachment_11210" align="aligncenter" width="250"] Persian dried fig[/caption] What are the benefits of eating Dates? It can be taken in various ways; either by...

Almond History

Almond History The almond is botanically a stone fruit related to the cherry, the plum, and the peach. Almonds are mentioned as far back in history as the Bible. They were a prized ingredient in breads served to Egypt's pharaohs. Their exact ancestry in unknown, but almonds are thought to have originated in China and Central Asia.  Almond History   Iran Almond ( Badam ) Please for more information or...
Almond Possible Benefits for your Health

Almond Benefits for Health

Almond Possible Benefits for Your Health Edgar Cayce, a man regarded as the father of American holistic medicine, also highly favored the almond. In his readings, Cayce often recommended that almonds be included in the diet. Almond Benefits for Health Iran Almond ( Badam ) Claimed health benefits include improved complexion, improved movement of food...
Open Mouth Fig

Natural benefits Curative properties of fig

Natural benefits Curative properties of fig Many medicinal virtues have been ascribed to the fig. It is considered a restorative food that helps in quick recovery after prolonged illness. It removes physical and mental exertion and endows the body with renewed vigor and strength. It is an excellent tonic for weak people who suffer cracks in lips, tongue, and mouth.Natural benefits Curative properties of fig . Dried Fig Open Mouth...
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...
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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...
Raisin

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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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). The padres used the majority of their grapes...