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Organic Hearts of Palm, Water, Salt, Citric Acid
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Reviews For Organic Hearts of Palm
Based on 16 Reviews
Love Hearts of Palm, glad to have organic source.
Native forest heart of palm
Delicious! I have ordered these before and I will continue ordering them. I would recommend them to anyone that like hearts of palm
Hearts of Palm
Native Forest hearts of palm are organic and yummy. Good price. I'm happy to find them.
Nice price. Fun to add to salad, pizza etc. but can be a little tough...have had to throw out about 1/3 of the can...
I purchased 12 cans and all of them were 50% inedible pieces that were completely woody and horrible. I figured I could just peel away the out woody covering and eat the usually soft center but even that was woody. Hearts of palm is one of my all time favorite foods but these were truly terrible. Not worth the price.
Nice to find in organic!
I love these! So happy my girlfriend introduced me to these. Excellent right out of the can and on salads. Delicious!
These are great marinated in olive oil and flavored balsamic vinegar. I can eat the whole can in one sitting. Every now and then one in the can is a little tough but overall very satisfied.
pretty good but...
I never realized there was really no nutritional value to hearts of palm... just sodium mostly
These are a good quality product and I really enjoy them in my meals. I like that this brand is much lower in sodium than many I have found.
Every once in a while I run into a few that are more fibrous, or tougher, than I would like, but they are still edible.
- R. Whistler
Hearts of Palm are great in salads, on pizza and even in pasta dishes. I like these, but sometimes they come mushy or too tough. When I get a good batch I am very happy with them though.
Hearts of Palm really remind me of artichoke hearts. In flavor and in texture.
- W. Redrick
Decided to try these off of Thrive on a whim because of the great price. They're insanely low-calorie and pretty healthy for you. The whole container is only 80 calories. They definitely are a bit weird, though. They have a very strong smell and taste to them, but cooking them in water over the stove tends to soften them up and reduce the intensity. It's definitely weird that this is a plant as it doesn't taste like one at all. It's a new experience for me!
- Jessica D.
I love that hearts of palm are a renewable resource. However, I am not a huge fan of them. I have bought them a couple times and I find they make an OK replacement when I don't have any artichoke hearts on hand.
I have used them in salads and as a pizza topping.
- Candy P.
Ok but salty
I got these on Thrive for a good price, but I have to say, the palms are too salty and acidic for my liking. I'd prefer if they were preserved in something without sodium.
It makes them taste too much like vinegar, too tart and sour. I like the ones I buy at my local grocer's more, even though they're not organic.
- Nick Peters
Love it as a snack
I work a job that doesn't give me much time to eat a healthy meal. I've always loved hearts of palm, so I pack these in a ziploc and take them with me.
They're filling and tasty, and I like that they have a bit of a tart bite. They're low-cal, low fat and give me a protein boost.
- Nola P.
Healthy tasty treat
My local grocery store doesn't stock any hearts of palm anymore. I checked out Amazon and Thrive for comparison. Amazon is selling them in a 6-pack for about $57, which is $4.79 per can. Thrive's got them for $3.95, and I've found a lot of other items Thrive has for ten to 20 percent less. Makes it worthwhile to get a membership with those kinds of savings.
Anyway, hearts of palms are great. Juicy, flavorful and perfect out of the can or on a salad. These tastes fresh and clean, with no additives.
- Noah Perkins
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