Here you’ll find some of my best guides on eating seeds. From many of our staple vegetables to some of the more adventurous and exotic fruits.
Are their seeds safe to consume? are they good or bad? Find out below. Happy Reading
The cleverly named watermelon that originated some 5,000 years ago in southern Africa contains 92% water. The round, sturdy, drought-tolerant watermelon still grows wild in
Butternut squash is a variant of Cucurbita moschata believed to originate in Central America and Mexico about 10,000 years ago. It belongs to the same
Jalapeño seeds can be spicy but they are not bad for you. The spice does not come from the seeds themselves but rather from the
I’ve been interested in eating raw foods diet because I’d heard of their purported health and environmental benefits. I love adding cumin to lots of
The seeds of strawberries contain a ton of nutritional benefits. It’s fairly hard to avoid the seeds when eating strawberries so it’s good news that
What to find out some of the best ways for cooking with seeds? Easy way’s to incorporate into your recipes?
From roasting seeds to simply sprinkling raw seeds over salads find out some of the best uses and their benefits below.
I’ve been trying some different foods and noticed that basil seeds are an interesting food that I haven’t heard much about. I looked into how
I recently learned that you can eat jackfruit seeds, and they taste really good. So, I wanted to know whether they are healthy, as well
I generally discard papaya seeds when I eat papaya because they have a bitter taste, but I’ve recently learned that they can be eaten. So,
Many seeds pack some real nutritional values and that’s what this section is all about. Helping you understand the nutritional benefits of eating seeds.
Whether you’re on a specific low-car diet or just very mindful of nutrition, or simply want a healthy snack, then we’ll provide you plenty of guides below to help you include more variety and nutrition through seeds.
From the fiery tiny red chilies to the quintessential bell peppers, also known as capsicums, peppers have made their way into mainstream cuisine. No longer
Quinoa is technically a seed, however, it is prepared and eaten similarly to grains. Quinoa is gluten-free, has high amounts of protein, and is one
So in the sections above, I’ve covered eating and cooking with seeds, some of their nutritional advantages and disadvantages and now it’s time for some generalized information and facts on seeds. I personally love pumpkin seeds. Fun Fact. Did you know there’s a national pumpkin seed-eating day ? it usually falls around the start of October.
We have all been there. Constipation has probably affected everyone at some point in time or another. It is one of the most frequent gastrointestinal
I was recently looking into using okra, and discovered that some people use okra seeds to make coffee. So, I was curious whether okra has