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Food to Live: Eat Well and Be Healthy
Food to Live is a company committed to making people healthier by providing them with delicious, healthy food. We established this business with a purpose of making a change that would take our world one step closer to being a better place for us and our children.
Food to Live delivers a variety of natural, organic and raw foods that can enable anyone to develop healthy eating habits. All our products can be included into a vegan diet.
Food to Live: Grown by Nature for a Delicious Life!
Why is Consuming Organic Pine Nuts Beneficial For You
Organic Pine Nuts by Food to Live are actually seeds that come from pine cones. They have rich and sweet buttery flavor and are the healthiest kind of nut. Therefore, including them in your diet is always a wise decision.
Organic Pine Nuts contain moisture, so they will go sour very fast if you store them in an airtight container in your pantry. If you want them to stay fresh, they must be stored in either the fridge or freezer. You can keep them in the fridge if you are going to use them soon.
Organic Pine Nuts make a delicious snack, but they also go well when used in granolas or cookies. They are often added to meat sauces and fish dishes due to their rich flavor. Pine nuts can be eaten raw, but toasting will make them more flavorful and produce a delicious smell.
For the Garnish:
Chopped Fresh Parsley
Pine nuts, toasted
For the Dressing:
1 Tbs Lemon juice
For the Pearl Barley and Veggies:
1 C Pearl Barley
1 Red Yellow, Green or Orange Bell Pepper, deseeded and diced
1 lb Green Beans
12 oz Cherry Tomatoes cut in 1/2
1 1/2 C Crimini Mushrooms destemmed and sliced
2 tsp Garlic minced, 6g, 1/2 Red onion chopped
3 Tbs Extra Virgin Olive Oil divided
1/2 tsp Sea Salt 1/2 tsp Black Pepper, 1 1/2 C Water
How to Prepare Pearl Barley with Pine Nuts and Roasted Vegetables
Prep Time 30 minutes | Cook Time 40 minutes | Total Time 1 hour 10 minutes | 4 Servings
Pearl barley pairs perfectly with a roasted veg and pine nuts to make this beautiful dish. Perfect lunch or dinner recipe. Enjoy!
1. Toast the Pine Nuts: Preheat oven to 350F (177C) and toast pine nuts for 6-7 minutes, or until toasty and fragrant. Set aside to cool;
2. Cook the Pearl Barley:
Soak pearl barley in a boiling water for 1 hour. Add pearl barley and water to a saucepan and bring to a boil over high heat;
Once boiling, reduce heat, cover, and simmer until all liquid is absorbed and pearl barley is fluffy – about 30 minutes;
3. Roast the Veggies:
Pour olive oil into a large frying pan. Add finely chopped garlic and red onion. To fry. Add mushrooms, green beans, bell pepper, and cherry tomatoes. Salt and pepper. Stew for about 10 minutes;
Add to the vegetable pearl barley and mix well;
4. Garnish with lemon juice, pine nuts, and fresh parsley. Serve immediately.
1 oz (28g)
1 oz (28g)
1 oz (28g)
1 oz (28g)
1 oz (28g)
Protein, % Daily Value
17 % (9g)
Total Carbohydrate, % Daily Value
Total Fat, % Daily Value
25% (19g )
Organic, Non GMO
Raw, Vegan, Kosher
Good Source of
Omega-3 & Omega-6, Vitamin E, B Vitamins, Pinolenic acid
Selenium and Copper
Thiamin and Manganese, Vitamins A, B, and E
Vitamin E, Magnesium, Potassium, and Folic Acid
Iron, Potassium, Magnesium, Phosphorus, and Zinc
Healthy Snacks for Everyone
At Food to Live, we offer a wide range of products that aims to meet every person’s needs and tastes.
Delicious & Nutritious Seeds, Legumes, and Spices
Food to Live caters to everyone who wants to add healthy products to any of their meals.
Superfoods for the Extra Healthy Boost
More and more people in America discover the benefits of superfoods, which are both delicious and extremely good for you.
Our fresh pine nuts (also known as pignolias), have a delicate sweet and nutty flavor. Blend pine nuts into a creamy pesto sauce, or add them to cookies and baked goods for a nutty crunch. Roasting the pine nuts will bring out their unique flavor to toss in salads, pastas, and other dishes.
Pine nuts are small, elongated, and edible seeds harvested from the cones of pine trees. When mature pine seeds are ready to be harvested, the cones are collected, dried, and processed to open their scales and remove the pine kernels. The labor-intensive extraction procedure contributes to the high price of pine nuts compared to other nut varieties.
Organic, Non-GMO, Vegan
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