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Dried seedless prunes BIO 1 kg

Dried seedless prunes BIO 1 kg

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Ingredients:

dried prunes* 100% (*certified organic ingredient)

Organic dried plums perfect as an addition to desserts, compotes and as a stand-alone snack. There may be a white coating on the dried plums. This is a natural phenomenon, associated with the precipitation of fructose, which does not affect the quality of the product.Note: plums occasionally may contain seeds or fragments of seeds.

Bio dried plums

Prunes are not just popular fruits associated with grandma's garden - they are true superfoods, especially the dried version. Dried bio plums containfiber, vitamin A and E, making them an extremely healthy, sweet snack.

Dried prunes - how are they made and what makes them so special?

Plums dried on a large scale are dried in tunnelsat a temperature of about 75 °C for about 20 hours. The low drying temperature preserves the valuable nutritional value of these fruits, which could decompose under intense heat. The slow processing of prunes allows them to impart an extraordinary flavor, used in the kitchen as an accompaniment to meats or sweet desserts. The properties of dried plums are also appreciated by nutritionists - they are a valuable source of vitamins and minerals necessary for the functioning of our body.

Dried prunes - kcal and nutritional values

Dried prunes, especially those in the organic version, are real vitamin bombs. Among other things, these purple fruits contain vitaminsA, E and C responsible for the body's immunity, as well as sizable amounts ofmagnesium, potassium and calcium. The only limitation in the consumption of these fruits iscal of dried plums - this extremely healthy product contains not a little, as much as267 kcal in 100g. That's why we should use dried fruits in the diet in moderation, because even a seemingly small handful of dried plums can easily turn into a real calorie bomb.

Plum not only in compote, or culinary uses of dried plums

Dried prunes are used not only as a sweet snack or as an ingredient in nutty keks. They are also an interestingaddition to meats, such as pork or ham, and other salty dishes -salads, pastas and dry tarts. Their sweet flavor will be an interesting complement tolightly salty cheeses, such as feta or blue ( with blue mold), and a refreshing addition to fatty and heavy dishes. And if you're a traditionalist and prefer prunes sweet, try oatcakes with dried fruit or milk soup.

Plums - interesting facts and tips

  • prune seeds contain amigdalin, which turns into toxic cyanides under the influence of digestive processes, so beware of prune seeds, which can go astray in baked meat or compote, and it is best to choose only seedless plums when shopping.
  • dried plums can be made yourself, in the privacy of your home by drying the fruit in the oven at about 60 °C for about 20 - 24 hours.

Nutritional value per 100 g of product

Energy value (kj/kcal) 1125kJ/266kcal
Fat 0,4
of which saturated fatty acids 0,1
Carbohydrates 60
of which sugars 51
Fiber 7
Protein 2
Salt 0,2

Composition

dried prunes* 100% (*certified organic ingredient)

Storage conditions

Store in a dry and cool place.

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