Raw Pumpkin Seed Recipe
Pumpkin seeds, also known as Pepitas, are high in protein and rich in minerals like copper, iron, calcium, potassium, magnesium, manganese, phosphorus, niacin, and zinc. They contain B vitamins, as well as Vitamins C, D, E, and K. Pumpkin Seed oil is high in essential fatty acids and phytosterols.
Pumpkin seeds are also nutty and delicious and can be used in many dishes.
For healthier, enzyme-rich version of a traditional Halloween snack, try this each recipe:
Organic Pumpkin Seeds
Organic Olive Oil
1) Soak your pumpkin seeds in spring water for 4 hours.
2) Rinse with more spring water
3) Coat the pumpkin seeds thoroughly in olive oil, coconut aminos, and himalayan salt.
4) Dehydrate overnight or until desired crunch is achieved. Dehydrating them will give them the traditional crunch, without losing any of the vital nutrients, that are broken down when they are roasted.