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Pure Snack Food - A Vital Basic

   A snack can be a • small amount of food eaten between meals, or a • light meal eaten quickly or in a casual manner. All types of food may be deemed a snack. It depends upon how it is used not what it is, although some are specifically designed to be snack food. Intense competition in the snack food category has caused some pretty wacky, toxic, things to happen to them, so much so that the phrase ‘junk food’ was coined, and unfortunately - truth in commercial advertising is long gone.
   Leftovers, fresh vegetable slices, and even packaged overly processed snacks can provide needed energy and pleasure to keep us running at a steady pace, and can also help us to avoid overeating. Snacks are part of a healthy, balanced diet, providing us with a vital variety of tastes, textures, and nutrients that help balance our mood and energy level. Snacks such as almonds, blueberries, pumpkin seeds, tart cherries, cranberries, sunflower seeds, and good organic popcorn provide rich and varied nutrients in the form of organic acids, antioxidants, and phytonutrients that we may not get otherwise.
   Eden Foods makes nine (9) superlative snacks in one (1) ounce single serve Pocket Snacks & four (4) ounce reclosable pouches • sweet, mildly tangy, ruby red organic Dried Cranberries • hand picked, organic lowbush Dried Wild Blueberries • organic and transitional-to-organic Dried Montmorency Cherries • roasted and lightly salted organic Pumpkin Seeds with 50% DV of magnesium • our #1 best selling, award winning, organic Spicy Pumpkin Seeds seasoned with gluten free tamari soy sauce and organic garlic and organic cayenne • organic Tamari Almonds lightly misted with the same organic tamari • organic, shelled, dry roasted, and sea salt misted EDEN Pistachios • and three low sodium nut, seed, and dried fruit mixes • Quiet MoonAll Mixed Up Too and • Wild Berry Mix.

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   EDEN snack food is delicious, nourishing, real food. It deeply satisfies natural needs while providing vital, good food benefits.
   EDEN Snacks delight, nourish, satisfy, and stimulate. They provide • high quality protein • complex carbohydrates • essential fatty acids (EFAs, omega 3, 6, & 9) • soluble fiber • vitamins • minerals • antioxidants • and a wide variety of additional important phytonutrients.

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   Nutritionally negative commercial snacks deplete energy and well being as they are adulterated with highly saturated and often hydrogenated (trans) fats, excessive poor quality salt, refined sugar, or worse artificial sweeteners, chemical preservatives, dyes, additives, and a long list of undeclared chemical processing aids. Commercial unhealthy snacks interfere with metabolism creating imbalance that eventually leads to binge eating, excessive weight gain, and a host of other health issues.

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   Fire roasted nuts and seeds with rare and precious pure dried fruits with no refined sugars added, EDEN Snacks are easy and handy to have at home, school, work, errand running, trekking, traveling, trudging, or when in couch-potato mode. They are great for parties, camping, and packed lunches, and they're not just for snacking. Sprinkle them on salads, grains, pasta, soup, use them in/on cereals and granolas hot or cold, desserts, and in baked goods.
   Each item is purely wholesome ingredients prepared using only thoughtful, enhancing, preparation methods. Unsalted or with a wee bit of EDEN Sea Salt, all are low or very low sodium with no refined sugars, no trans-fats, no preservatives, no sulfites, and only the finest non-irradiated organically grown seasonings. Preparation is done at Eden’s certified organic headquarters, an organic production facility where all equipment and procedures are multi third-party inspected and highly rated for purity and safety in manufacturing. All but some transitional tart cherries are certified organic, all are Gluten Free and kosher pareve.



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Wild Berry Popcorn Balls

Serves  12 |  Prep Time  15 minutes  |  Cook Time  12 minutes

Wild berry popcorn balls

Ingredients
• 1/2 cup Organic EDEN Popcorn
• 3 Tbsp EDEN Extra Virgin Olive Oil
• 1/2 tsp EDEN Sea Salt, optional
• 1 package, 4 ounces EDEN Wild Berry Mix
• 1 package, 4 ounces EDEN All Mixed Up Too
• 1/2 cup Organic EDEN Barley Malt Syrup
• 1/2 cup organic maple syrup

Directions
Heat oil in a large pot and pop corn according to package directions. Place popped corn in a large mixing bowl. Add the snack mixes.

Place the barley malt and maple syrup in a saucepan and bring to a boil. Reduce the flame to medium-low and simmer, stirring frequently for 5 to 7 minutes. Pour the hot syrup over the popped corn mixture. Mix thoroughly until all popcorn mixture is completely coated with syrup.

Pour 1 cup cold water into a small bowl. Lightly moisten your hands with the cold water. Take a handful of the popcorn mixture and form it into a ball while packing firmly with you hands, just like you would if making a snowball. Repeat the above steps, making sure to moisten your hands before making each ball. Wrap the balls in wax paper or baking paper, or place in a covered container and freeze until the syrup hardens.

Yields: 12 popcorn balls; These whole grain popcorn balls make a healthier breakfast treat than pastries.

Nutritional Info
Per serving: 226 Calories, 18g Fat (52% calories from fat), 5g Protein, 30g Carbohydrate, 4g Fiber, 0mg Cholesterol, 106mg Sodium

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