Sprouted Walnuts

The CRUNCHIEST fresh tasting, sprouted Walnuts you have ever tried!!!

Steps to making sprouted walnuts

STEP 1: Introduce Water to activate Life Force

STEP 2: Alive & Activated. Rinse away impurities

STEP 3: Dehydrate Low & Slow ~ Back to Shelf Stable

More info on sprouting and activating

To activate nuts and seeds they are soaked overnight, this releases dormant energy in nuts and seeds.  Minimizing lectins and phytic acid, sprouting also neutralizing digestive inhibitors. Sprouted foods have multiple times more bio available nutrients & enzymes. Our sprouting process eases digestion, increases Energy and Vitality. Activated by soaking overnight

Dehydrated at low temperatures until crispy and shelf stable. They are a rich source of Vitamin E, Potassium and Magnesium, walnuts are Brain Food! What we eat is important, but what we digest and assimilate is a key to good HEALTH!

Dry Farming

Dry farming is a technique used in drier climates where water is less than abundant. Our friend David of David Bailey’s Farm in Paso Robles, Central California uses “tears from the sky” to irrigate crops capturing the rain water, holding it in the ground using cover crops. Using less water on crops has positive impacts on the quality of water, eliminating the carbon footprint of transporting and pumping irrigation water.

All to say, this method of farming produces a better tasting, more nutrient dense product with less ecological disruption.

Read more about Dry Farming HERE.

Health Benefits

Walnuts are known to be a rich source of Vitamin E, Potassium, Magnesium, Omega 3, Iron, Calcium, and Folate. They are also packed full of healthy fats which can help lower your cholesterol and ease inflammation related with certain heart diseases.


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