Organic Gemini TigerNut Raw Snack

12 oz pouch
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Why You’ll Love It

Raw, organic, sun-dried TigerNuts have a sweet and slightly nutty flavor. They are known throughout the world by different names, including nookon or chufa. A TigerNut by any name, however, is a little tuber with a great deal of superfood qualities. It is extremely high in fiber, phosphorus, potassium, and vitamins E & C.

SKU: 854437005073

About This Brand

Organic Gemini

We created a company called Organic Gemini that uses TigerNuts as the centerpiece for many different types of products, including a beverage called Horchata, a gluten- free flour, a cold-pressed oil, and of course the raw organic TigerNuts themselves. Although TigerNuts, also known as chufa, are popular in different parts of the world, we are excited to introduce it to the US through these...
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Ingredients

Organic TigerNuts.

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Nutrition information

Serving Size:
1 ounce (30g)
Servings Per
Container:
12
Amount per serving
% daily value
Calories
120
From fat
63
Total Fat
7g
11%
Saturated Fat
2g
8%
Trans Fat
0g
Cholesterol
0g
0%
Sodium
0g
0%
Total Carbohydrate
19g
6%
Dietary Fiber
10g
40%
Sugars
9g
Protein
2g
Vitamin A
0%
Vitamin C
3%
Calcium
3%
Iron
10%

We produce our products in our own dedicated gluten-free, peanut-free, tree nut-free, dairy-free facility in Broolyn, NYC.

68 Members have left reviews!

Tasty

Posted   by Grace from SHERMAN, Mississippi
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These taste good especially when you soak them in water. I wish they were offered skinned-looking forward to that
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Not a Tigernut Expert

Posted   by haley from GILROY, California
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I tried tigernut flour which I loved but these tiger nuts were not my favorite. It has nothing to do with this brand but all to do with that I’m just not an expert on preparing them and using them in recipes.
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Is it really a nut?

Posted   by Melissa from Sikeston, Missouri
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Never had these before. I was just trying to find a new snack. These are interesting. They are hard on the outside and kinda chewy in the middle. How can a nut be chewy in the middle oh and a little sweet????
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Not my jam

Posted   by Channing from Painesville, Ohio
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Tough bit tastey. Just not worth it for us
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Great for AIP

Posted   by Kevin from ST. LOUIS, Missouri
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Subtly sweet and nutty. Good snack. Get ready to chew!
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One of my favorite products

Posted   by lisa from MERRICK, New York
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My daughter introduced these to me with no idea how to use them. So I found a tigernut granola recipe that I modified and now I make the best healthy and crunchy granola with tigernuts, shredded sweet potato, gf oats, almonds, figs, applesauce and coconut oil. I go through a bag of tigernuts every other week. Be sure to soak them or they will break your teeth!
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TigerNut

Posted   by Tehila from NEW YORK, New York
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Nut like flavor, just a tad too strong for the teeth.
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These Are A Different Change

Posted   by E from CINCINNATI, Ohio
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I like nuts better than tigernuts, but a nice change. Supposed to be good for people with thyroid problems.
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Great for alternative milk (AIP snack)

Posted   by Allison from PORT ANGELES, Washington
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I rarely eat these raw because they're quite hard, I like to soak them in water in the fridge for a day before eating them so they're a bit softer if you want to have them as a nut alternative snack. They have a pleasant, sweet taste. I really love making tigernut milk, it tastes like a naturally sweet horchata! Soak them for 24-48 hrs in water in the fridge, then blend them up with water and strain, add a little cinnamon. great in coffee! only lasts a few days. don't throw away the leftover ground up tigernuts (they are expensive afterall..), use them in smoothies for fiber or make cookies.
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Good nut substitute

Posted   by Sarah from Clemmons, North Carolina
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These are satisfying and naturally sweet.
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