How do you eat Tiger Nuts?

Hey there! Have you ever tried tiger nuts before? They're a super tasty and nutritious food that are gluten and nut free, organic, high in fiber, low in fats, Non Allergenic, Non GMO, AIP, Paleo and more. They can be eaten in a variety of ways, and here are some ideas for how to enjoy them:

  1. Raw: If you're looking for a quick and easy snack, you can't go wrong with eating tiger nuts raw. They have a sweet and nutty flavor that's delicious all on its own.
  2. Roasted: For a crunchier and more flavorful snack, try roasting your tiger nuts. Just spread them out on a baking sheet and pop them in the oven for 10-15 minutes at 350°F (180°C), or until they turn golden brown.
  3. Soaked: Tiger nuts can be quite hard to chew but soaking them overnight can help soften them up. Just put them in a bowl of water and let them soak for at least 12 hours. After soaking, drain the water and rinse the tiger nuts before eating them.
  4. Peeled: makes an amazing, peeled variety of Supreme Peeled Tiger Nuts. They are terrific to sprinkle on top of salads, fruit, yogurt etc. They are ideal for adding to baked cookies, bread, fish and so much more.
  5. Tiger Nut Milk: If you're looking for a dairy-free milk alternative, try making tiger nut milk! Soak the tiger nuts for at least 12 hours, then blend them with water until smooth. Strain the mixture through a nut milk bag or cheesecloth to remove any solids. You can sweeten the milk with honey or dates and add flavorings like vanilla or cinnamon.
  6. Tiger Nut Flour: Did you know that tiger nuts can be ground into a fine flour that can be used in baking? It's true! Tiger nut flour is a great alternative to regular flour and can be used in recipes like muffins, pancakes, and bread. If you want to try the finest ground Tiger Nuts, check out - they specialize in producing tiger nut products, including tiger nut flour which come in 1lb. bags and Kilo Boxes too.
  7. Tiger Nuts Smoothie: This variety has an amazing 10% Added Protein, with Vanilla Flavoring and of course it’s all natural, Gluten Free, Organic, Nut Free

Overall, tiger nuts are a delicious and nutritious food that you should consider incorporating into your diet. Whether you like them raw, roasted, soaked, or in the form of milk or flour, there are so many ways to enjoy them. So why not give them a try and see what you think? This exclusive line-up of products is only available at



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