DID YOU KNOW?
In Australia, Macadamias were considered a delicacy. They were used as trade between tribes and as special ceremonial gifts at inter-tribal gatherings.
RECIPES WITH Macadamias
Nut & Dried Fruit Origins
NUTS & DriEDFRUIT QUIZ
Where are macadamias native from?
Correct answer: c) Macadamia F. Muell is an evergreen tree of subtropical and tropical origin indigenous to Australia.
What is the major US state to produce macadamias?
Correct answer: d) Macadamia integrifolia, although native from Australia, was introduced in Hawaii (USA) in the late 19th century. Currently, Hawaiian macadamia production is estimated at around 18,000 metric ton annually.
Greek Buddha Bowl with Macadamia Pesto
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Have you ever heard the expression you are what you eat? Well, in some sense, it’s true. Nutrients from the foods we eat provide the foundation of function and wholeness of all the cells in our body, which is why it is important that we try to maintain a healthy diet and lifestyle.
During April try adding nuts and dried fruits into your diet on a daily basis and let us know how you feel! In this article, we will share with you some key moments to eat nuts and dried fruits, and share what health benefits they can bring to your life.
In the past, the concept of snacking has been perceived as negative involving over indulgent “treats” however, that doesn’t have to be the case. Scientific