Dried fruits and legumes: important foods to integrate into our diets
Very popular especially on Christmas evenings and present in many foods, dried fruit includes a varied class of foods, united by the high energy power. Dried fruit refers to nuts ( e.g. peanuts, walnuts, almonds… etc); the oil seeds are instead the seeds of some particular plants (eg pumpkin, sesame, etc …), which have characteristics very similar to those of dried fruit.
Legumes are the primary source of protein within the plant kingdom: the average protein content of 100 g of dried legumes has nothing to envy to the average protein content of 100 g of raw meat.they also provide other important nutrients such as iron and zinc and for this reason they constitute a valid alternative to meats are also an excellent source of fiber and folic acid often very scarce in an omnivorous diet.
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Since 1891 a farmer had a dream in his heart: to make people fall in love with the absolute perfection of the Tonda Gentile Hazelnut of the Langhe.
Until now Tastelanghe has had the privilege of cultivating the best hazelnut in the world exclusively in the territory of the Piedmontese Alte Langhe, along the CRU area for the most valuable of hazelnuts.
For five generations, with unchanged passion, within an enchanted landscape the family has handed down from father to son the techniques and wisdom of sustainable cultivation of the hazelnut.
Tastelanghe, selects the best land prepared for the cultivation of hazelnut in the upper Langa, continues to invest in research and study to obtain a pure and high quality product that respects tradition and goes hand in hand with innovation.
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Thanks to the control of the entire supply chain, it is possible to follow all the phases of the production process, to guarantee its excellent quality.