Uzbekistan, and in particular the Bostanlyk area, is famous for its wild almond forests which have been the origin of many of the endemic varieties of this almond. A large part of the local almond varieties in Bostanlyk has been obtained using natural selection, starting from local shapes originating from seeds.
The almonds are an integral part of the village life in Brichmulla and Khumsan, located in Bostanlyk. The locals use them in the preparation of both sweets and baked goods for therapeutic purposes. This almond variety is easy to shell, making it convenient to use raw.
Whole almonds can be enjoyed by combining them with other nuts or dried fruits. They are also delicious as snacks, dessert toppings, or added to trail mix.
Furthermore, almonds are used as ingredients in cakes, salads, biscuits, chocolates, almond paste, marzipan, nougat, almond oil, almond milk, and other sweet treats. Almond milk is a great alternative to cow's milk and is suitable for those who suffer from lactose intolerance or wish to avoid dairy products
Almonds are the perfect ingredients for a healthy lifestyle as they are loaded with protein, iron, calcium, and vitamins.
- Contains many vitamins and nutrients.
- Great energy booster.
- Freshness and quality taste.
- Suitable for vegans and vegetarians.
- Highly Delicious.
Also known as "kagzi badam", "talwar badam", and Satbarbayee almonds.
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