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Medjool Dates

Organic Medjool Dates

Organic Medjool Dates

They might be dark, wrinkled and a bit unattractive, but bite into one and the rush of sweet, cinnamon/caramel flavor of its plump, chewy and moist flesh will take you to culinary heaven.

That isn’t an exaggeration. The taste of medjool dates is truly divine. It is succulent, rich—truly, there is nothing quite like it in the world.

Origin: USA
Available as: Whole Dates
Good for: Normal function of; Nervoust System, muscle, blood pressure, energy-yielding metabolism, protein synthesis and psychological function, tiredness and fatigue, protection of cells from oxidative stress, electrolyte balance, bones and teeth.
Nutrition: Fiber, Potassium, Copper, Manganese, Magnesium, Vitamin B-6, Niacin, Pantothenic acid, Calcium, Phosphorus, Iron
Directions for use: 1/2-cup serving of Medjool dates consists of approximately four pitted. Consume as snack, with yogurt, cereals, desserts or add into the smoothies. Make purees and spreads. Add to raw food energy bars, cookies or use for baking.

What is it?

Medjool dates aren’t called the “Cadillac of Dates” for no reason. Of all types of dates, medjool is the meatiest and sweetest and unlike other dates, it only has a tiny pit.

This fruit which belongs to the palm family has an origin that is unclear. However, it is believed medjool might have had its roots in the areas around Iraq.

Medjool has been cultivated for such a very long time—at least 6,000 years. Also crowned the “Fruit of Kings,” medjool is prized by the ancients for its big size, juicy flesh and sweet taste whether fresh or dried. It has been mentioned in the Koran and the Bible several times proving it to be one of the oldest cultivated seed in existence.

It was the Spaniards who brought date palm seedlings to Cuba in the 1500s attempting to put up a date colony there. However, they failed because the rain negatively affected the quality of the fruits. As they made their way to Mexico and California in the 1700s, they left a trail of date palms.

Today, date palms are grown in Algeria, Mecca and other areas with hot climates. At one time, only royalties, their family and friends can partake of this fruit. Now, the world can also experience its succulent taste.

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