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Edible Seeds

We offer a great variety of nut flours and meal perfect for all types of baking! Discover alternatives to regular wheat flour, like almond, pistachio and pecan flours, all great for a variety of pastries, baked goods, desserts and breads. Especially useful for catering for customers with wheat allergies or sensibilities, celiac disease, or who are following a gluten-free diet.
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Sunflower Seeds, Raw without shells
from United States by Gourmet Imports
 
Pumpkin Seeds (Pepitas), Natural
from China by Gourmet Imports
 
Pumpkin Seeds (Pepitas), Roasted and Salted
from China by Gourmet Imports
 
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Whether you’re looking for the great texture that seeds can add, or going for the great nutrition they impart, cooking with seeds is always a great idea. These nutritional powerhouses are packed with vitamins, proteins and minerals, as well as having the added advantage that seeds are naturally low-carb, making them a great option for low carb, keto and paleo diets. They can help improve digestion, lower cholesterol and even give you a boost of energy.


Pumpkin seeds, also called pepitas, are used a lot in gourmet cooking and baking. These large seeds are usually baked or roasted, then tossed with salads, meats or incorporated into baked treats. Pumpkin seeds have a wonderful nutty flavor and a great crunchy texture, but they’re also filled with healthy nutrients. One ounce of pumpkin seeds has 10 grams of protein and 3 grams of fiber, plus they’re rich in iron and magnesium. Moreover, pumpkin seeds are rich in Vitamin E, a powerful antioxidant.


Another great option is sunflower seeds, a nutritionally rich seed that’s also very flavorful. These seeds are high in fats, but they’re also deliciously crunchy and meaty. Use sunflower seeds in your baking, by adding them to breads, muffins or cookies. Sunflower seeds are also a great addition to unexpected dishes like risottos or pastas. Add them to granola, to pumpkin soups, roasted vegetables and even burgers.

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