Ecoideas Organic Skinned Whole Tigernuts
227 g
Tigernuts are small tubers, not actual nuts – an important fact for those with allergies. The ancient Egyptians knew that the fruit of Tigernuts’ grass (Cyperus Esculentes) was highly beneficial, both as medicine and nutrition. Its root tubers are distinguished by an unusually high proportion of fibre and a delicious taste.

Tigernuts are RAW, Certified Organic, Gluten Free, and High Natural Source of Fibre.

  • Nature’s richest source of FIBRE
  • Curbs the appetite (due to high fibre content)
  • Rich in phosphorous, potassium and Vit E and C
  • Positive effect on cholesterol levels due to high Vit E content
  • Gluten Free and naturally sweet tasting
  • Suitable for diabetics
  • Suitable nut alternative
  • Helps to maintain a healthy colon
  • Supports the heart and activates blood circulation
  • Regenerating food for the nervous system
  • Performance-enhancing as a high source of energy for work, school and exercise
  • Valuable source of easily digested protein, carbohydrates and essential iron
  • Provides high quality fats, with a particularly high oleic acid content

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Djurdjica: a few months ago

Very tasty and nutritious snack. They are hard though.

Gratianne: a few months ago

Not a lot of taste but filling and nutritious. Nice to add variety in diet.

Jill: a few months ago

Very tasty, and definitely taste much like a nut. They are HARD though, so anyone with teeth problems would be better of with the sliced version.

Rita: more than a year ago

Great tasting nut alternative. They are full of fibre, I love these. Well worth the price.

Samantha: more than a year ago

Very satisfying! Excellent snack on the go! Crunchy yet soft texture :)

Jane: more than a year ago

I love the taste of these. I am cutting out sugar and wheat from my diet and I find tigernuts to be quite sweet - tasting. I ground them in a spice grinder into a flour and mixed them with cinnamon and milk.

Doris: more than a year ago

I couldn't chew these. Too hard, even after hydrating for over 24 hours so I threw them away. I do like the ground tiger nut which has a very nice taste and welcome addition to my smoothie. I find that adding the ground tiger nut makes the smoothie more satisfying and curbs hunger. Definitely worth trying tiger nut, but unless you have strong teeth.

Gala: more than a year ago

interesting taste & texture, but I enjoy them as a snack. quite filling

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