Nuts, Soaked and Dried, Certified Organic, Cashews

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Nuts, Soaked and Dried, Certified Organic, Cashews from Wildly Organic is USDA Certified OrganicNuts, Soaked and Dried, Certified Organic, Cashews from Wildly Organic is Non-GMO VerifiedNuts, Soaked and Dried, Certified Organic, Cashews from Wildly Organic is RawNuts, Soaked and Dried, Certified Organic, Cashews from Wildly Organic is VeganNuts, Soaked and Dried, Certified Organic, Cashews from Wildly Organic is Paleo-friendlyNuts, Soaked and Dried, Certified Organic, Cashews from Wildly Organic is KetogenicNuts, Soaked and Dried, Certified Organic, Cashews from Wildly Organic is Kosher
Nuts, Soaked and Dried, Certified Organic, Cashews from Wildly Organic is Whole30 friendly!

Product Micronutrients:

One serving of Cashews provides:
  • 2179mg of Omega-6 fatty acids
  • 8% Recommended Daily Value of Selenium

Over 10% Recommended Daily Value of:
  • Vitamin K
  • Iron
  • Phosphorus
  • Zinc
  • Protein

Over 20% Recommended Daily Value of:
  • Magnesium
  • Copper
  • Manganese

Country of Origin (subject to change):

  • United States
  • Vietnam

Wildly Organic cashew are shelled with care yielding high-grade large, whole nuts. Though the outside hard shell of the nut experiences a few seconds of steam before it is cracked, the inner nut never experiences heat.

We activate our cashews using a low-temperature soaking and dehydrating method. Cashews contain many micro-nutrients but they also have a delicious, creamy texture and taste. Over the years we’ve invested a lot of time, care, and research into producing the perfect combination of flavor and crunch using our S&D methods.

What are the Benefits of Soaking and Dehydrating Nuts?

Sally Fallon and the Weston A. Price Foundation suggests that nuts be soaked and then dehydrated at low temperatures—here’s why:

Phytic acid occurs naturally in nuts, and it protects them until they’re ready for germination. Unfortunately, phytic acid binds to certain minerals and transforms into a phytate, which inhibits your body’s ability to absorb some of the nut’s nutrients.

After several cycles of soaking and rinsing and allowing the nuts a little bit of air, germination will occur. This starts to break down the enzyme inhibitors as the nuts release their protective shield and unlock stored nutrients to prepare for growth. This process creates what some refer to as "activated nuts."

Once the soaking process is complete, we dehydrate the nuts slowly at a very low temperature to extend the shelf life and give them a delicate crunch. The low-heat method will preserve the nutrients and ensure that the pecans remain entirely raw.

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07/22/2019
Anonymous
United States United States

Amazing Cashews

These cashews are amazingly fresh and delicious. I won't buy anything else!

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07/15/2019
Anonymous
United States United States

Wilderness Family Naturals (Wildly Organic) Soaked and Dried Organic Nuts

These are the only nuts I buy because they are organic, soaked and dried, and always fresh and crunchy. The only improvement I would like to see is a package that is recyclable!

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06/11/2019
Anonymous
United States United States

Tasty!

Got them for the office because the CEO is health conscious and wants people to have healthy snacks available. Glad she found this site and asked me to get some items. Very tasty & fresh.

EJ
04/11/2019
Elaine J.
United States

Organic Cashews

I love these organic cashews. I love that they are already soaked and dried properly. Thanks for a great product!

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03/13/2019
Anonymous
United States

Cashews

We love the Wildly Organic Cashews. We use them to make a vegan "Cheese" sauce!

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