Pistachios are the seeds of the pistachio tree. They’re usually green and slightly sweet. They’re called nuts, but botanically pistachios are seeds. People have been eating them for thousands of years.
Slivered Pistachios are typically made from pistachio kernels that have been harvested prior to being fully ripe. This procedure is done to ensure the highest level of quality and natural color preservation of the kernels. This type of nuts is generally highly valued and traded at a premium due to its unique characteristic and high demand.
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Pistachios are one of the most vitamin B6-rich foods around.
Vitamin B6 is important for several bodily functions, including blood sugar regulation and the formation of hemoglobin, a molecule that carries oxygen in red blood cells.
Pistachios are also rich in potassium, with one ounce containing more potassium than half of a large banana.
Pistachios contain more antioxidants than most other nuts and seeds. Among nuts, pistachios have the highest content of lutein and zeaxanthin, both of which are very important antioxidants for eye health.
Despite being an energy-dense food, nuts are one of the most weight-loss-friendly foods. Pistachios are rich in fiber and protein, both of which increase feelings of fullness and help you eat less.
Pistachios will stay fresh (shelled or in shell) for up to a year in a refrigerator or for up to 3 years in the freezer.
It is recommended to store the product in air tight containers and stored in fridge and/or freezer to maintain freshness and texture of the product.
Store in Cool dry place away from sunlight and heat source.
Slivered Pistachios are mainly used as topping and garnishment of food, deserts, and other varieties of baked goods.
It makes an excellent choice for addition to smoothies and oatmeal’s.
People with allergies to certain nuts should also steer clear of pistachios.
In addition, if you experience fructan intolerance, pistachios might cause: