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My husband has been very into brazil nuts lately, but they can be hard to find locally so we decided to try ordering these online. He just eats a few a day, so we keep the bag in the fridge and the nuts still taste as good and as fresh as when we opened the bag nearly a month ago.I saw others commenting on the "salty" flavor, but I have to say in my opinion these are the LEAST salty "salted" nuts I have ever eaten. I think the description is accurate when it says it has a "hint of salt". I never monitor food sodium levels, but became curious and compared it to my favorite brand of salted almonds. My almonds have 180g of sodium per 28g and these brazil nuts have 100g of sodium per 28g. Generally when I eat salted nuts, I can at least see several small grains of salt, but I see none on these nuts (photo attached, I'm not saying this as a negative, just something I noted). So these nuts have much less salt than I'm used to, but of course it's easy enough to add more salt if you so desire! And if you're super sensitive to salt then search for unsalted brazil nuts, they have those too.All in all we are pleased - very fresh, very lightly salted brazil nuts that we would both recommend!
FIVE POUNDS of Brazil nuts!?Well, I'm going to eat 'em anyway, esp as they're higher in minerals (well- higher in selenium anyway) than a lot of other nuts. May as well do so at less per pound, & not have to wonder who carrying them in the store these days. My local grocery stopped having them available as self-serve & went to prepacked everything.Eating a small handful of Brazil nuts daily adds the desirable Omega 3 fats w/o being too, too much. Kind of an odd lunch for some, but Brazils are good w small tomatoes, sugar snap peas, a tangerine, dates +/or raisins... Or chocolate!! My 45 minute drive home definitely benefits from having such energy-rebooting comestibles, too, without having to stop & get home even later, or divest my hard-earned scratch over to the Junk Food Forces That Be along the road...The unexpected & more important benefit, tho, is that these nuts actually are fresher, crisper, & a more enjoyable texture than those I bought at the grocery store (& that I've occasionally bought at the health food store that's just a little too far away) as well as my initial aim of being more affordable. I decided to empty the original packaging into a number of small glass jars, since it is going to take a few months to kill the whole 5 # bag. It wouldn't be a surprise if they remained fresh w/o repacking, however, as it is a thick, heavy-duty, strongly ziplocked bag.And now having written my appreciation for this purchase, my stomach sez it's time to eat some- Hope you get the mileage & satisfaction out of your purchase that I have.
These are as advertised. They are Brazil nuts. There is nothing super special about them that I noticed. I purchased them for the selenium, as supplementing with Selenium helps to reduce Hashimotos Thyroid antibodies. (Actually it does work...I recently had bloodwork done after taking Selenium pills each day for several months, and my antibodies, which had been somewhat high in the past, were down to almost nothing.).Someone complained that they were too salty, but I did not notice that at all. As a matter of fact, I really enjoy salty nuts and these did not seem very salty at all, so maybe they cut back on the salt after that review—who knows. I actually would have liked a bit of extra salt on these.They aren’t quite as good as the Brazil nuts you would find in a can of Planters mixed nuts. But they are still good and they taste fresh, and so I eat 2-3 per day to get my selenium intake and that’s more fun than taking a pill. Ha. I would buy them again.
Honestly, I was a little nervous to purchase these after reading reviews about them being greasy. I bought these so that I could provide myself with more selenium. Being hypothyroid, Brazil nuts are supposed to support that. I’ve been eating three a day rather than taking a supplement. I have not noticed anything in regards to my thyroid, but the flavor and freshness of these Brazil nuts is on point. I will definitely be purchasing them again.
Since I had cancer 12 years ago, my oncology nutritionist recommended eating 1 Brazil nut every day to provide selenium that many are lacking. Usually I can find Brazil nuts only in bulk in grocery stores, but those are currently not available during the pandemic. So, I searched out nuts on-line and was fortunate to find these! I think they taste fresher than any I have ever purchased at the grocery store. Love them!
I eat these because they are high in selenium. They are thought to reduce inflammation, support brain function, and improve your thyroid function along with heart health. These are delicious. Hard to stop at two or three a day which is about what you need for health benefits. My order was packaged well, lightly salted and very fresh. I will definitely order these again!
I was afraid to order these online but they arrived fresh and delicious! I keep them in the fridge and eat a few a day. They are supposed to help your thyroid naturally. I can’t find Brazil nuts by themselves in the stores.
I bought these for my niece who is ‘nuts’ for Brazil nuts, and loves them by the bagful. I purchased another brand for her before this and she stated she prefers this brand better. My niece says these Brazil nuts have more flavor she thinks they’re delicious. So from now on I’ll get her Brazil nuts from Sincerly Nuts.
Fresh, Delicious, Nutritious! These brazil nuts were recommended to me by my doctor to help with vein issues. The selenium in them is very good for people with compromised veins. I keep these refrigerated and they have stayed fresh for weeks. Yes, they are a bit greasy in the bag and the skins flake off and leave brown flecks, but that's just the nature of the brazil nut!