Profile: Our English walnut halves are truly exceptional. (We couldn't resist!) Raw English walnuts, halved, are of the highest quality and grown in England. Sprinkle these nuts on a salad or in muffins.
English Walnuts Vs. Black Walnuts:
The English walnut's name is misleading. English walnuts originated in Persia (cultivated by the Greeks), but England and its empire brought them to the West. The English walnut is now grown in California and other parts of the US. English walnuts are more widely consumed than black walnuts.
The Californian black walnut, on the other hand, is bold and earthy. Their dark shells are harder to crack than English walnut shells. Black walnuts are less common than English walnuts and mostly wild.
1. Dr. Edward Giovannucci of the Harvard School of Public Health says eating tomatoes, ketchup, sauce, and tomato paste-topped pizza twice a week can reduce the risk of prostate cancer by 21 to 43%.
2. Men who eat two or more servings of tomato products reduce their prostate cancer risk by 35%.
3. Tomato Sauce, Spaghetti Sauce, Ketchup (5 mg); Tomato Soup, Canned Tomatoes, Tomato Juice, Vegetable Juice (3 mg); Minestrone Soup, Vegetable Soup, Pink Grapefruit (1 mg).
4. It is rich in Vitamin A, C, Calcium, and Potassium.
5. Since you absorb more lycopene when you eat a little fat with your tomato, a little olive oil or cheese isn't such a bad thing after all.
6. Tomatoes are high in vitamin C. Tomatoes do contain vitamin C, among other nutrients. They are high in carotenoids, including lycopene, a relative of the more well-known beta carotene. Hepatoprotective effects of lycopene.
7. Should Women Eat Lycopene? Tocopherol (lycopene) is a phytonutrient that appears to reduce the risk of prostate cancer. But can lycopene help women avoid cancer? Several studies have linked high lycopene levels to a reduced risk of breast cancer in postmenopausal women. But no one can say that eating tomatoes will lower your risk. Several studies have found that women who eat the most lycopene have fewer precancerous cervical cells. Regardless of the unknowns, should women eat lycopene-rich foods? notably tomato products
8. A tomato a day may keep the doctor away, as tomatine, an alkaloid found in the tomato's branchy leaves and green fruit, heals certain fungous skin diseases.
|Shelf Life:||2 Years.|
|Basic Prep:||Ready to add to any recipe as directed as no preparation is required.|
|Country of Origin:||North America.|
|Handling / Storage:||Store in a cool, dry place.|