Constituents: fiber, calcium, potassium, folic acid, iron, zinc, protein and vitamins a, e, c and b
How to Use:
Ramon nut powder is a highly nutritious food that has been used as a famine food and crop since the time of the Mayans. Today the chocolate like taste is enjoyed as a healthy, non-caffeine coffee substitute.
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Ramon nuts formed an important part of the Mayan diet
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