Use a lot of these dry roasted and added to salads.
Sunflower seeds are delicious. Try placing some in a frying pan with some olive oil and salt and eat when they look toasted (but not burned).
I ordered these as they’re cheaper than i could find in any supermarket in the uk and when they’re that cheap i don’t mind buying in bulk if i know i’m going to use them before they expire. They arrived the following morning and i’ve been adding them to my home-made muesli, when baking bread and just as the odd snack every now and then and they’re great for all 3. They’re also packed with vitamin e (helps protect against heart-disease and free radicals) and is one of the few good sources of selenium in the west (only brazil nuts beat them) so they’re a healthy addition to most diets. They come in 6x clear plastic 500g bags in a well fitting box that sits perfectly in the cabinet. According to the label they’re shipped from china and packed in the uk. They taste fresh and great, no complaints whatsoever. Here are the specifications for the Suma Sunflower Seeds 500 g:
- Great in baking and added to breakfast cereals
- High in Omega 3
- From Suma, a UK-based Ethical worker-owned cooperative
- Packaged in a factory that processes Gluten products
Suma sunflower seeds 500 g (pack of 6). I put a dessert spoon full on my cereals for breakfast, & they are very tasty. I will buy some more when these run out.
Reviews from purchasers :
- Fresh & Healthy Snack
- Great to munch on as a snack and sprinkle on
- Good for circulation
Great crunch and flavour, decent price, quick delivery.
We eat these on a regular basis sprinkled on yogurt over fruit etc. Compared to buying small packs in the supermarkets these are larger packs and work out a lot cheaper and are of a good quality.