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Chestnuts roasting on an open fire...Traditional fresh chestnuts. Everyone loves that delicious taste and unforgettable smell of fresh roasting chestnuts. These are the largest chestnuts grown, and are flown in from Italy.
***Approximately 20-25 in a pound***
To help preserve their freshness, your bag might arrive with little holes punched in them. This is normal and is done only to keep them fresh.
Chestnuts have a very high moisture content, and are extremely perishable. They must be stored under refrigeration in as close to freezing temperatures as possible. It is also recommended that they are stored with as high humidity as possible. If stored in this manner, they can stay fresh for a couple of weeks. We recommend storing the nuts in perforated plastic bags, or solid plastic bags that you've put some holes in. Place a damp paper towel in with them. To cook chestnuts, you can boil them or roast them. When roasting, cut a small slit in the chestnut to prevent them from exploding during the roasting process. Bake in the oven at 425 for 10-15 minutes or until the outer skin begins to peel back. You can also cook on the stove top or over an open flame.
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john, Cartersville, Ga. November 16, 2010
“Love the service and the warm feeling from you all.
Katya, Fall River, MA November 13, 2010
“I recently purchased two pounds of chestnuts and a pound of pepitas. The chestnuts were SO large and not a single bad one! I have the second bag roasting now, YUM! The pepitas are great, my mom cant have the shell (she has chrons) and I seasoned some for her and baked it for a bit. The samples were also a great way of testing out some new products, and I will be ordering more chocolate covered espresso beans soon! Great company, fast delivery, and the extra sample was great too. Thanks guys!”
Kay, Waite Park, MN October 28, 2010
“My first order arrived as promised. The surprise addition of a sample bag of Turkish figs was great! The quality of your product is remarkable. I'll be ordering more in the future!”
Marcella October 15, 2010
“Received the chestnuts at noon today and they are so very nice, and large, these made my day, thanks for being prompt on my order. Marcella”
Judith, Belmont, Michigan February 5, 2010
“I'm nuts about your Chestnuts, couldn't wait to eat some. UM good.”
John, Virginia February 2, 2010
“The chestnuts are GREAT, I will be placing another order very soon.
peggy chan, miami, florida January 19, 2010
“yes i got them! thank you!”
Judith, Belmont, Michigan January 15, 2010
“Received my 5 lbs. of chestnuts today, couldn't wait to dig into to them. They were fantastic!!! Think I will run out of chestnuts very fast!!”
Ralph, Newaygo, Michigan December 24, 2009
“ Placed my order on Dec 15th and I was roasting chestnuts on the 17th. I was truly shocked at the speed they arrived during the holiday season. Great job. ”
watashee, melrose, mn. December 24, 2009
“Just received my order. WoW! Everything looks great! I appreciate the prompt delivery and the nice comments on the order form. I look forward to ordering again. Merry Christmas!”
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Kami, Denver, Pennsylvania February 16, 2014
“I bought these around Christmas time to make stuffing. Since I moved back to an area that only offers chestnuts in the store in the early fall, I needed to find them somewhere -- or risk disappointing my husband. These were fresher, a little larger, toasted evenly, and there weren't as many "bad ones" that wouldn't peel.”
Serving Size 100g (~3.5 oz.)
(Approx. 4.5 Servings/Pound)
|Amount Per Serving|
|Calories From Fat||33|
Chestnuts **It is also recommended that they are stored with as high humidity as possible. If stored in this manner, they can stay fresh for a couple of weeks. We recommend storing the nuts in perforated plastic bags, or solid plastic bags that you've put some holes in**
Packaged in the same facility as peanuts, tree nuts, wheat, soy, and milk products.
Approximately 20 pieces per pound.
Country of Origin: Italy
|1 Pound Bags|
|25 Pound Cases|