Get Nutty With Organic Nuts

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More and more people are looking to buy organic products for personal health and environmental reasons. At Nuts.com, we try to make it as easy as possible for you to find a wide selection of organic foods for cooking, baking or snacking.

Our facility is organically certified by the California Organic Farmers (CCOF) agency, and we meet all of the criteria set by the USDA to handle, package and sell organic nuts, seeds and dried fruits. That means you can chow down on our products and know they were grown with care and without pesticides, synthetic fertilizers or genetically modified organisms.

3 Delicious Ways to Use Organic Nuts

These nuts are tasty straight out of the package, but you can also add them to your favorite recipes for an extra dose of health and flavor.

1. Organic Almonds

Transform a plain green salad into a Parisian bistro masterpiece. Toss mixed greens with organic almonds, organic cranberries and fresh goat cheese and sprinkle with olive oil and lemon juice.

2. Organic Pecans

Spiced nuts make a healthy autumn snack ideal for campfires or tailgate parties. Place shelled, organic pecans in a skillet over medium heat and toast for five minutes. Add a few tablespoons of butter and stir until it melts. Sprinkle a mixture of your favorite spices — such as cinnamon, cayenne, nutmeg, salt and pepper — over the nuts, adding a few tablespoons of brown sugar and water to taste. Mix until the nuts are coated with the spices and sugar, separate them on a piece of parchment paper and serve when cooled.


3. Organic Cashews

Experiment with different nuts in your baking recipes. Instead of the same banana-walnut bread you usually make, substitute organic cashews for a different flavor. Cashews are also a delicious addition to brownies, pies and cookies.

What are your favorite ways to use organic nuts? Share your suggestions in the comments!

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