Used in many cuisines all over the world, sunflower seeds are a precious source of essential nutrients and the most popular cooking oil. They can make many of your dishes pleasantly crunchy while the health benefits offered by these seeds are too numerous to count. Nutritional Value Sunflower seeds are one of the best sources of the following essential nutrients: - Vitamin E - Thiamin - Pyridoxine - Copper - Selenium - Phosphorus - Magnesium - Manganese Directions Store your bag of sunflower kernels in a refrigerator or in a cool dark place to keep them fresh for longer. Keep the bag tightly shut. The rich nutty flavor of sunflower seeds allows adding them to many dishes. They go best with salads, cereals, baked goods, and rice dishes. You can turn the seeds in a sweet snack by coating them in chocolate or candying the kernels. This product is processed in a facility that also processes tree nuts and wheat. Sunflower Seeds Allergy Warning Consumption of sunflower seeds can cause an allergic reaction in some people. Common symptoms of sunflower seed allergy are similar to many other allergies, such as peanut allergy. Possible allergic reactions include (but not limited to) diarrhea, vomiting, and anaphylaxis. If you have food allergy, consult your doctor before consuming sunflower seeds.
||220 x 1098 x 1598