Showing posts with label almonds. Show all posts
Showing posts with label almonds. Show all posts

Bittersweet Chocolate With Almonds Day- November 7

Today is the holiday of dessert that is finally healthy - dark chocolate with almonds.
Evidence of a bitter chocolate recipe with almonds has been found in 18th-century cookbooks.
The inventor of this holiday is the National Confections Association, and sites around the internet such as, encourage this day to use dark chocolate with almonds for cooking and enriching various dishes and of course to upload the impressive works to social networks.
Bitter chocolate usually has no milk, and has a high amount of different flavonoids, and eating a small amount of bitter chocolate every day helps maintain healthy blood pressure. Almonds have fatty acids that have many health benefits, which help maintain good health. That is why dark chocolate with almonds is both a delicious and nutritious dessert, which contributes to health and long life.

How to celebrate Bittersweet Chocolate With Almonds Day?
You can make dark chocolate with almonds yourself: Melt dark chocolate and mix it with almonds, pour into a mold and wait for it to cool. You can make dishes that contain dark chocolate with almonds and upload the photo to Instagram and Facebook, eat a dark chocolate bar with almonds, or almonds coated in dark chocolate - a perfect and healthy candy! (Just not too much) ...

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Almond Day - February 16

February 16 is Almond Day, the fruit that grows on the almond tree that belongs to the rose family.
Did you know?
Eating 20 unroasted natural almonds a day as a snack between meals has been found to contribute to weight loss more than other snacks.
Almonds have a total of 7-9 calories and are rich in vitamin E, magnesium, calcium and good fats for the heart.
Almonds also help balance appetite and reduce the urge to eat sweets.
It is recommended to eat the almonds as a snack, during a "crisis" when the body really wants sweet. You should eat 10 almonds at each snack, a total of two meals.
The part of the almond that is eaten is the seed. It contains a substance called amygdalin, which breaks down and forms cyanide, a very dangerous poison. But do not worry, the cyanide is found in the bitter almonds. The sweet cultural varieties we eat do not contain amygdalin.

 February 16 is also Innovation Day and Tim Tam Day

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