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Yupik’s Natural Hazelnut Meal, also known as filbert meal, is finely ground (from whole) nuts! Hazelnut meal contains no added salt, sugar, oil, or fat. Mildly sweet and creamy in flavor, hazelnut meal is lightly textured and grainy; ideal for baking applications. Hazelnut meal can replace up to... [Read more]
Per 28g / Par 28g
% Daily Value*
% Valeur quotidienne*
% Valeur quotidienne*
Lipids / Lipides 14g 19%
Saturated / Saturés 1g 5%
Trans / Trans 0g
Cholesterol / Cholestérol 0mg
Sodium / Sodium 3mg 0%
Carbohydrates / Glucides 6g 2%
Fibre / Fibres 2g 8%
Sucre / Sugars 1g
Protein / Protéines 6g
Vitamin A / Vitamine A 0%
Vitamin C / Vitamine C 0%
Calcium / Calcium 2%
Iron / Fer 8%
Georgia, Turkey, United States
MAY CONTAIN: PEANUTS, OTHER TREE NUTS, SOY
Yupik’s Natural Hazelnut Meal, also known as filbert meal, is finely ground (from whole) nuts! Hazelnut meal contains no added salt, sugar, oil, or fat. Mildly sweet and creamy in flavor, hazelnut meal is lightly textured and grainy; ideal for baking applications. Hazelnut meal can replace up to 25% of flour in recipes! Buy hazelnut meal by 500g, kilo, or case to keep your cupboard well-stocked with this pantry must-have!
HEALTH BENEFITS: The 411 on hazelnuts!
Not only are hazelnuts incredibly nutty and crunchy, they also pack nutritional punch! Here are the facts:
- Low in calorie, low in carbohydrates
- High in heart-healthy monounsaturated fats
- Good source of protein, fiber, and iron
- Contains folate, which can help prevent anemia, as well as prevent neural defects in newborns
- Our hazelnuts are certified kosher
CULINARY TWIST: From sweet to savory!
Sweet: Add your hazelnut meal to different baked goods, such as cookies, bars, cakes, cupcakes, etc. For a fun twist, try these Nutella Truffles (toast a few tablespoons of your meal in a medium-heat skillet, stirring constantly, until golden)!
Use the same technique to coat chicken, turkey, shrimp, fish, tofu, or vegetables for a healthy, nutritious, and textured bite!
ABOUT HAZELNUTS: Did you know?
Hazelnuts are also known as filberts in some parts of the world. In England, hazelnuts are most commonly referred to as cobnuts”. The season for hazelnuts begins on August 22 when farmers race to harvest the nuts before squirrels do!
HOW TO STORE YOUR HAZELNUTS: Preserve freshness!
Store in a cool, dry place for up to 12 months.
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