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  • Jan.26...Indulge! It's National Pistachio Day!

    Profile photo of alexblue

    Over a year ago

    One of my favorite nuts…a bit more expensive than your average nut but absolutely worth it for National Pistachio Day!

    Pistachio Butter
    From Nina Savidi of Veggie Wedgie
    “Nut butters are a favorite food of mine. Nutritious, delicious and oh-so-filling, they can help you get through the winter, a time when you need more fat in your diet. They can be a great addition to any diet and promote your health and even weight loss! No I am not saying you cat eat a jar of nut butter and not gain weight, but eating the right kind of fats can actually help you lose weight. But I am talking raw, unheated plant-based fats. Roasted peanut butter won’t do either- which I never liked anyway since I don’t like peanuts! There, I said it: I don’t like peanuts!! I hope you still like me. :)”
    Ingredients:
    500gr raw shelled pistachios*
    3 tbsp almond oil
    pinch of salt
    *500gr = 1.10 lbs

    Continued at Pistachio Butter
    According to the Rules of the Interwebs, you shouldn’t post someone else’s entire recipe, only part of it with a link to the rest, unless you’ve changed the recipe up bigtime.

    More pistachio goodness…
    Lemon Roasted Pistachios from Nina of Veggie Wedgie
    Coconut Pistachio Rice Pudding from Robin Robertson
    Carrot, Apricot, and Pine Nut Fritters With Pistachio Sauce from PETA
    Mini Sweet Potato Pistachio Pies from Sherry at Exploits of a Vegan Wannabe
    Raw Vegan Pistachio, Orange & Apricot Oats Bars from Michelle of Peachy Palate
    Raw Chocolate Pistachio Oatmeal Cookies from Julie at The Simple Veganista

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  • Profile photo of Sara-W

    Over a year ago

    Hey @alexblue,

    They’re my favorite nut, too! (Followed closely by cashews, almonds, and macadamia nuts). I’ve got to try this. :)

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