Curated and considered for the modern primal life

Mesquite Pod Maple Gone Nuts! by Living Intentions - 3 oz

We can’t stop eating these! These amazing crispy perfectly-spiced morsels of goodness evoke the best pralines you ever had in New Orleans, but with none of the bad stuff that makes you feel miserable afterwards. Super crunchy, sprouted walnuts are glazed with pure maple, sustainably harvested mesquite pod, and warming spices. Imagine a deep warming toffee-caramelized coating on the toastiest crunchiest most explosive buttery walnut you ever tasted. Now imagine a mysterious complex cinnamon-mesquite-maple-salt dimension that takes your tastebuds to a wonderfully stimulated place. These walnuts have the salt-sweet-fat thing going on, but with none of the guilt. The answer to all your comfort food needs.

We can’t stop eating these! These amazing crispy perfectly-spiced morsels of goodness evoke the best pralines you ever had in New Orleans, but with none of the bad stuff that makes you feel miserable afterwards. Super crunchy, sprouted walnuts are glazed with pure maple, sustainably harvested mesquite pod, and warming spices. Imagine a deep warming toffee-caramelized coating on the toastiest crunchiest most explosive buttery walnut you ever tasted. Now imagine a mysterious complex cinnamon-mesquite-maple-salt dimension that takes your tastebuds to a wonderfully stimulated place. These walnuts have the salt-sweet-fat thing going on, but with none of the guilt. The answer to all your comfort food needs.

Why your body will love them
Simple organic ingredients, impeccably sourced. So you get all the alive nourishment possible, and no badness whatsoever.

Why raw?
Food in its raw natural state contains essential enzymes, vitamins and minerals compromised during high-heat processing. All in all, raw foods are just plain good for you. The low-heat processing protects and preserves the good stuff.

Why soaked and sprouted?
Soaking and sprouting are ancient techniques, developed by our wise ancestors to make certain foods, like nuts, seeds and grains, more nutritious and easier to digest. These foods evolved chemical defense mechanisms to protect themselves until the proper growing conditions came about — enough moisture to help them burgeon into sprouts. Most nuts, seeds, and grains simply aren’t easily digested unless they’re soaked for a while, to awaken the mechanisms that say, “Hey, time to sprout!” and unleash an amazing series of biochemical transformations. The soaking and sprouting process brings natural resting enzymes to life, increasing bioavailable nutrients. Increased nutrients and live enzymes aid digestion and strengthen the body’s natural healing process, increasing vital energy and wellness. The soaking and sprouting process also minimizes or eliminates nutritional inhibitors and toxic substances such as enzyme inhibitors, phytates (phytic acid), polyphenols (tannins), and goitrogens. We recommend soaking and sprouting any nuts, seeds and grains that you plan to eat (unless someone else has already done it for you). The soak/sprout/dehydration process takes a bit of planning ahead (and a dehydrator), but it’s well worth it for the health benefits it confers. It also makes nuts and seeds taste amazing — extra-buttery and satisfyingly crispy-crunchy.

The Living Intentions story
We love this company. Everything that they make is absolutely mindblowingly delicious. It’s rare to find a company so committed to doing everything right on every level — while focusing first on the most important aspect of food: amazing taste. This is not your hippie grandmother’s nut & seed cluster. This stuff is as good as the junkiest junk food that you love to snack on, but without the junk.

Living Intentions has created a pivotal paradigm shift in the world of healthy eating. Their innovative and nourishing products are designed with purpose and care. Unique blends of exotic ingredients creates Living Intentions’ spectacular culinary difference. There is no compromise here between taste and health.

How to eat these
Savor out of the bag.
Sprinkle on morning breakfast
Sprinkle on any salad
Sprinkle on a primal dessert

Here’s a great recipe.

Endives with Fig, Goat Cheese & Maple Walnuts

A few endives
Favorite soft goat cheese (or a nut cheese, if you don’t do dairy)
Fresh mission figs, sliced
One package Mesquite Pod Maple Walnuts, chopped
Aged balsamic or maple syrup (or mix two together)
Fresh black pepper

Take one endive and spread with goat cheese. Add a few slices of fig.  Sprinkle with chopped walnuts and a thin drizzle of aged balsamic, finish with fresh cracked black pepper.  Amazing appetizers.

Categories: Cookies & Sweets Nuts and Seeds Snacks & Minimeals

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