A LA CARTE
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🐝 Supplier / Place Of Origin：A LA CARTE / Belgium
🔖 Certification： Organic European
🌱 About the Producer：
We select our suppliers for the love they put in their products,
seeking the best quality while respecting traditional production methods.
Most of them are family owned, of human size. We value the direct collaboration with them.
By buying directly at the source, we are proud to contribute to the local economy,
while ensuring that, ultimately, our clients get the most tasty and fresh products at the best prices.
All our farmers follow specific certifications minimizing the use of chemicals. From sustainable agriculture ‘’Agriculture Raisonnee’’ (AR) to Organic certified ‘’Agriculture Biologique’’ (AB), these guarantees that the fruits delivered to you a safe and healthy. On top of the tests done by our farmers, we also perform our own chemical test upon each arrival of the fruits.
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🛍 Product Information (Main) (English)：
Binomial Name：Helianthus annuus L.
Other Names：Sunflower Seed
Product Description：Sunflower fruits can not only be used as snacks, but also as raw materials for making cakes. Since sunflower seeds are the seeds of plants and contain a lot of oil, sunflower seeds are also an important raw material for oil extraction.
Native to North America, it has been cultivated in Arizona and New Mexico in the United States as early as BC. It was introduced to Europe in the early sixteenth century. It was introduced to China in the 17th century, but it was only cultivated for ornamental purposes in the early days, and then it was recorded as a dried fruit.
Variety：There are two main types: edible and oil
Supply Season：Hong Kong is supplied throughout the year.
Storage Method：Suitable for storage in low temperature, low oxygen, dry and dark environment; suitable for storage below 15 ℃, relative humidity below 60%, dark light, otherwise it will cause oil oxidation and cannot be eaten.
#Should Be / Avoided：
Suitable: Suitable for people suffering from cancer, hyperlipidemia, arteriosclerosis and hypertension, as well as neurasthenia and insomnia. Contraindications: Patients with hepatitis should not eat.
Appropriate: There is no literature report. Xiangke: There is no literature report.
Cooking Skills：Unflavored sunflower seeds are full of nutrients, whether they are used as snacks or used to make cakes. Use a grinder to grind sunflower seeds into small pieces, which can be used for pastry.
Notes：The protein in sunflower seeds contains ingredients that inhibit testicles. If men eat too much, it can cause testicular atrophy and cause infertility. Men of childbearing age should not eat more.
Sunflower seed butter is similar to peanut butter but is made from sunflower seeds instead of peanuts and can be used as an alternative for children with nut allergies. However, in rare cases, sunflower seeds may cause allergies.
Dried sunflower seeds
Nutritional value of food per 100 g (3.5 oz)
Heat 2,445 kJ (584 kcal)
Sugar 2.62 g
Dietary fiber 8.6 g
Saturated fat 4.455 g
Monounsaturated fat 18.528 g
Polyunsaturated fat 23.137 g
Protein 20.78 g
Thiamine (vitamin B1) (129%)1.48 mg
Riboflavin (vitamin B2) (30%)0.355 mg
Niacin (vitamin B3) (56%)8.335 mg
Pantothenic acid (vitamin B5) (23%)1.13 mg
Pyridoxine (vitamin B6) (103%)1.345 mg
Folic acid (vitamin B9) (57%)227 μg
Choline (11%)55.1 mg
Vitamin C (2%)1.4 mg
Vitamin E (234%)35.17 mg
Calcium (8%)78 mg
Iron (40%)5.25 mg
Magnesium (92%)325 mg
Manganese (93%)1.95 mg
Phosphorus (94%)660 mg
Potassium (14%)645 mg
Sodium (1%)9 mg
Zinc (53%)5 mg
μg = microgram · mg = milligram
IU = pharmaceutical international unit
Link to USDA Database entry
Relative percentage relative to U.S. standards
Daily Reference Intakes (DRI) for adults
Source: (English) USDA Nutrient Database
Sunflower seed potato salad, roasted sunflower seeds, sunflower seed peanut candy.
Sunflowers are usually eaten as a snack, but can also be eaten as part of a meal. They can be used as a garnish or ingredient in a variety of recipes. The seeds can be sold as shelled seeds or kernels, or sprouted and eaten in salads.
When processing shelled seeds, dry them first. They may then be baked or dusted with salt or flour to preserve the flavor.
Bagged sunflower seeds can be eaten plain, salted (sometimes called "plain"), or with manufacturer-added flavorings. Flavor examples include barbecue, pickle, hot sauce, bacon, ranch and nacho cheese.
Shelled sunflower seeds are particularly popular in Mediterranean, Eastern European and Asian countries, where they can be purchased freshly roasted and are often eaten as street food by opening the shells with your teeth and spitting them out, while in many countries they can be purchased fresh Packed assorted baking flavors. In the United States, baseball players often consume them as an alternative to chewing tobacco.
Sunflower seeds are commonly used as food for pets and are often included in bird food mixes at bird feeders.
Sunflower seeds originated in North America and have a long history of more than 3,000 years. Aboriginal tribes respect sunflowers due to their beauty and practicality, extracting seeds for cooking and medicinal use. Today, sunflower seeds continue to be fascinating with their good health effects.
Enjoy the deliciousness of the carefully cultivated sunflower seeds. They provide satisfactory crunch, with a mild nut, which is both comfortable and delicate. Their taste is developed in every bite, providing an incomparable health experience.
Use them as snacks, or sprinkle them on soup, salads, or yogurts to add a lot to your dishes.
In order to keep the sunflower seeds fresh, store them in a cool and dry place in the seal container.
Suggested Eating Method：
The free -seasoning sunflower seeds, whether it is a snack or used to make pastries is full of nutrition. Use a grinding device to grind the sunflower seeds into pieces, and can be used as a pastry.
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