by AgroWeb on March 27, 2017

Black vs Brown Walnuts

Both the Black walnuts and Brown walnuts belong to the same genus, Juglans. Both black and brown walnuts can be found in Albania, though the most of Albanian walnuts are brown walnuts. When looking at the black walnut and the Brown walnut, the black walnut tree is mainly grown for its wood and also the nutmeat. The nutmeat is widely used for flavorings and extracts. On the other hand, Brown ...

by AgroWeb on March 20, 2017

Walnut oil amazing benefits

Walnut oil is a great source of Omega-3 fatty acids. It has high content of phytonutrients and a source of phosphorus, selenium, zinc, magnesium, calcium and iron. It also provides substantial amount of Vitamin B2, B1, B3 along with Niacin and Vitamin E. Though it is edible, it is used less in food preparation in comparison to other oils. It possesses delicate flavor and scent with light color and...

by AgroWeb on February 15, 2017

Walnut treats from Albanian Alps communities

Walnut paste is a delicious traditional Albanian dessert that is not well known across Albania, let alone the world. AgroWeb.org has recently found out about it and was shocked to discover that we were not the only one to be unaware of this dessert. The paste originated in the Mediterranean countries since the ancient times. It is a delicacy that can be found in the Northern Albania, which ...

by AgroWeb on December 24, 2016

Albanian Walnuts - How to keep fresh and tasty

Most nuts are harvested in the fall, so they're still fresh for our holiday party bowls or all those New Year sweets. But containing as much oil as they do, 40 percent to more than 70 percent, they eventually will turn rancid. Unshelled nuts, protected by nature's armor, will keep for a year or even two, especially if refrigerated. If your nuts were fresh to begin with - that is, bought from ...