There is a silent revolution happening around the world. Our dining tables are being overrun by healthy, tasty and totally natural nut butters, replacing conventional spreads such as mayonnaise, cheese spreads etcetera.
Once nut butter was synonymous to peanut butter, but today there is a rich profusion of nut and seed butters available in the market. Want to keep your cakes moist? Go for Almond butter. Want something to thicken those pasta sauces? Go for some cashew butter.
Stay with us as we take you on a journey through the world of nut and seed butters.
Nut and seed butters 101
Nut and seed butters are usually produced by cold pressing the kernels into a fine consistency, this releases the natural oils and preserves the nutrients they contain. Some undergo light thermal treatment to improve their taste and nutritional benefits.
At Right Food we do not adulterate our organic butters with any additional ingredients like added sugar, preservatives, emulsifiers which are widely used by other manufacturers. Click here to head right away to our online store to grab your favourite nut and seed butters as natural as they come.
Nut butters and seed butters are both good sources of protein, fibre, vitamins and other essential nutrients like phosphorus, zinc etc. They are packed with unsaturated fats which are good for your heart health and keep cholesterol in check.
Types of Nut and Seed Butters
Black sesame seed butter
Black sesame butter is an excellent choice for people affected by oxidative stress as it is a rich source of antioxidants, macro and trace minerals. It also helps improve heart health, reduces high blood pressure and is even thought to have anti-carcinogenic properties.
Wondering how you can incorporate it into your diet? Black sesame butter can be used in salads or added to rice dishes or to get that crunchy crust on baked or grilled fish.
Pumpkin seed butter
Suffering from prostate or bladder related issues? Worry not, pumpkin seed butter has been found to help relieve issues such as benign prostatic hyperplasia. They also improve fertility and can also lower blood sugar levels.
Pumpkin seed butter is rich in magnesium and zinc and also contains a lot of powerful antioxidants. So what are you waiting for? Add a spoonful to your smoothie, yoghurt or salad and improve your quality of life just like that.
Loaded with nutrients, rich in antioxidants, improves eye health, good for your blood vessels, aids weight loss, aren’t these enough reasons to go for pistachio butter? Apart from that it tastes simply delicious. Use it to take your pancakes or waffles to a new dimension while promoting good health.
Who doesn’t love a portion of peanut butter spooned onto a slice of toast? Takes us back to our childhood, doesn’t it? This classic spread is now available to you in its purest form at our online store here.
Cold pressed 100% pure hazelnuts without any chemical treatment, ensuring that all natural nutrients are locked in. Hazelnut butter has been found to help deal with inflammation and is perfect for people following keto diets or other low carb diets. Get your jar of unadulterated organic Hazelnut Butter here.
Cocoa Beans Butter
Need a mood lifter? We got it. The healthy fats and antioxidants found in cocoa beans butter have been linked to improving brain health and your mood. Cocoa butter is mildly sweet and has a chocolatey aroma, making it a very tasty and healthy spread to add to your shopping cart.
All nut and seed butters are great sources of antioxidants, protein, vitamins and other minerals. There is no clear winner here. It all depends on your body and preferences.
Consider adding these delicious and completely organic spreads to your kitchen cabinet to amp up your lifestyle. You can buy all of these organic cold pressed spreads and more at our online store.