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Organic Macadamia Nut & Oil Recipes

Organic Macadamia Nuts & Oil Recipes, a chefs delight! Macadamia nuts & Oil are extremely versatile from nuts to cheese, butter, baking, stir-fry, popcorn, dessert, fish, etc…..

Here’s how we use macadamia nuts and oil here on Mahina Mele Farm..

Macadamia nut tips and hints

• Macadamia nuts can be substituted for other nuts measure for measure in most recipes and vice versa.

• Some recipes call for ground macadamia nuts. Simply put them in a food processor and pulse until desired consistency is achieved.

Macadamia Nut Butter

Blending for awhile  you’ll end up with nut butter-yum.

• If you do over-process, macadamia nut butter is delicious as a spread. No need to add anything to the butter but a hint of salt brings out more flavor we also add chocolate to make a chocolate macadami nut butter great with a spoon.

• Ground macadamia nuts can be used as a filler and flavor enhancer in ground meat, poultry and seafood dishes.We love Macadamia nut crusted fish…

Use ground nuts in pastry dough or sprinkle on the bottom of pie shells for a delightful change of taste.

• Our nuts are dehydrated but you may lightly toast nuts before adding to the recipe will yield a new flavor.

• Always let toasted nuts cool down before grinding or chopping to prevent them from becoming oily or pasty in texture.To toast: Spread nuts in a single layer on a baking sheet. Place in 350-degree F. oven. Toast until golden, about 12 to 15 minutes. When using a toaster oven, cut the time in half. It’s best to toast only what you need at the time as toasted nuts will not store as well as raw nuts.

• Macadamia nuts pair particularly well with coconut, chocolate, and fish.

Macadamia nut Oil is a high heat oil that can be used instead of other oils in baking to add a nutty flavor, it also it amazing with stir-fry and makes the best popcorn ( a family favorite!). We also use it for our salad dressing,

1 tbl sugar

1 tbl salt

3 cloves of garlic pressed

Mix together and let stand for 5-10 min

add 1 part balsamic   2 parts oil and shake or mix

You ll have the tastiest salad dressing!

Macadamia Nut Cheese

Macadamia Nut cheese is easy to make,,,

soak macadamia nuts for 1 hour

Blend macadamia nuts in blender with 1 cup water

put through cheese cloth ( what drips out is macadamia nut milk)

what is in the cloth is cheese, add salt and lemon to desired taste to help preserve the cheese.

make into patties and enjoy a soft delicious cheese great on crackers.

8.5 fl oz bottle of organic macadamia nut oil

8.5 fl oz bottle of organic macadamia nut oil

Try and see all the versatility in macadamia nuts,

fro our farm to you, Kollette and Jason Stith

 

 

Organic Macadamia Nuts
The freshest nuts available!

Certified Organic Hawaiian Macadamia Nuts

Certified Organic Hawaiian Macadamia Nuts direct from our farm to you.

We are not only Certified Organic Hawaiian Nuts they are also dehydrated, which maintains their nutritional vitality and keeps them so buttery and crunchy.

We also offer Certified Organic Macadamia nut oil that we press here on the farm , and macadamia nut butter.

We are the only organic macadamia nuts processors in the U.s that we know of which means we sell out fast, your getting the freshest macadamia nuts available direct from the people that care.

Also try our Organic Kona Rose Coffee for a truly wonderful coffee experience. Rich and smooth with chocolate and fruit undertones,  Kona Coffee is a treat!

Mahalo Kollette Stith

Roasted Kona Rose Coffee

Why is Kona Coffee so special?

Why is Kona Coffee so special? The answer is It is special because Kona coffee makes up less than 1% of all the coffee grown in the world. It grows in exotic, volcanic soil, it’s delicious to the pallet and once the crop is gone… it’s gone for the season. The Coffee is a favorite among many coffee aficionados because of its full-bodied flavor, with low acidity.

Kona Rose Coffee is one of the few Certified Organic Kona coffees available. We are a smal family run farm where we care about each cup of coffee.  We offer 8 oz and 1# bags freshly roasted and shipped the flowwowing day. Gourmet coffee starts here, farm direct. We pick the coffee at it peak of perfection, ferment, dry , and roast when it is time to enjoy. This perfectly balnced cup of coffee is rich and full bodied withlingering fruit and chocolate undertones. A treat to t be savored. Please Enjoy, Kollette and Jason Stith

Macadamia Nuts in shell with husks

A Superfood-Organic Macadamia Nut

.A  Super Food-Organic Macadamia Nut

“What can compare to the sweet, buttery mac nut’s tender embrace? As far as nuts, seeds, and pseudo-nuts go, its fatty acid profile is unparalleled. Throw a handful into a bowl of Greek yogurt, along with blueberries, blackberries, and strawberries (or any berry, really), and you’ve got yourself a rich, masterful dessert with minimal linoleic acid. And it’s got good amounts of magnesium, manganese, thiamine, copper, and iron. Not to mention some fiber too. Pack a baggy full and you’ve got yourself the perfect trail food for day long hikes.

I tend to get a little carried away when it comes to those little mouth bombs of satiety, so I apologize. Today’s post concerns the mac nut’s lifeblood: macadamia oil. I know what I’ve said about seed oils in the past, but this is different. I liken the concept of macadamia nut oil to that of olive oil; they are inherently, obviously, blatantly fatty foods, and extracting said fat isn’t a stretch, nor does it require industrial solvents and complex processes (they may do so to increase production and efficiency, but you can crush a mac nut and leave an oily residue; you can’t do the same for a kernel of corn to produce corn oil). In fact, the layman extracts his own virgin, first-press macadamia nut oil every time he bites into one. You can feel the macadamia oil droplets oozing out of the obliterated nut mass and into your mouth. Being the most energy (specifically, fat-derived energy) dense nut of all, it’s totally saturated with the stuff.

Macadamia oil imparts a mild, buttery, rather macadamia-y flavor to foods, but it’s mild enough to use for homemade mayonnaise. It is highly shelf-stable and resistant to heat-induced oxidation; in one test, it bested rice bran oil, walnut oil, sesame oil, almond oil, avocado oil, grapeseed oil, and hazelnut oil in an oxidative potential test. Of all the seed and nut oils, macadamia oil withstood temperatures up to 120 degrees C (about 250 degrees F) without significant oxidation. It also excelled at the shelf stability test, being the only oil tested that exceeded the manufacturer’s given “best-before” date. I rarely expect companies to be totally accurate, but to be completely wrong in the opposite direction is a nice surprise! Keep your macadamia oil in a dark bottle and in the fridge, or a cool dark place, and I bet it’ll stay fresh even longer. I’m still wary of doing any heavy duty sauteeing or high heat grilling using macadamia oil as the primary fat, but it looks to be pretty stable as far as oils go with a smoke point of anywhere between 210 and 234 degrees C (410-453 degrees F), depending on who you ask.Read more: http://www.marksdailyapple.com/macadamia-oil/#ixzz48UKPwlRY” I love this article!!

.A  Super Food-Organic Macadamia Nut

Organic Macadamia Nuts The freshest nuts available!

Organic Macadamia Nuts
The freshest nuts available!

Your Organic Macadamia Nuts and Macadamia Nut Oil are here! Fresh direct from the farmer to you, Mahalo for your support Kollette and Jason

 

 

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Organic Macadamia Nuts and Oil-Hawaii

Aloha and welcome to Mahina Mele Farm! We are the only organic macadamia nuts and oil growers and processors in the U.S. that we know of!. Call us nuts! Our organic macadamia nuts and oil are processed weekly then dehydrated. Once removed from the dehydrators the nuts are packaged and shipped the following day. Our macadamia nuts are the freshest nuts possible. We have been in business for over 10 years and are small family run farm. We believe in excellence and you can taste the difference in our crunchy, buttery nuts and oil. I could go on and on but the reality is dehydrating the nuts maintain the nuts nutritional vitality and being a small company you can purchase direct from the farmer the freshest nuts available. Macadamia nuts are loaded with Omega 3’s and 6;s in perfect balance and are recommended in cancer diets as part of maintaining a healthy body. Macadamia nut oil too is versatile with a high smoke point and baking but also amazing on salads or tossing raw vegetables. Try and taste what we are talking IMG_0315about, Mahalo Kollette  and Jason StithIMG_1173

Organic Unsalted macadamia Nuts

Organic Unsalted macadamia Nuts

Roasted Kona Rose Coffee

Bullet Coffee Recipe

Recently I was introduced to bullet coffee, a blended coffee drink made with upgraded coffee i.e Kona Rose Coffee, grass-fed butter, and MCT oil (raw coconut and or macadamia nut oil)

Bullet Coffee Recipe

  • Brew 1 cup (8-12 oz.) of coffee using filtered water, just off the boil, with 2 1/2 heaping tablespoons freshly ground Organic Kona Rose Coffee. (French Press is easiest.)
  • Add in 1-2 tablespoons of Organic Macadamia nut oIl or Raw Organic Coconut Oil to the hot coffee (It’s STRONG – start with 1 tsp. and work up over several days).
  • Add 1-2 tablespoons grass-fed, unsalted butter or ghee
  • Mix it all in a blender for 20-30 seconds until it is frothy like a foamy latte

Try this just once, with at least 2 Tbs of butter, and have nothing else for breakfast. You will experience one of the best mornings of your life, with boundless energy and focus. It’s amazing.

Why MCT OIL?

MCT Oil provides fast energy with no crash

Medium-chain triglyceride (MCT) oil. MCTs have carbon tails that come in various lengths, from C-6 to C-12. The shorter the tail, the faster your body can absorb the MCT and convert it to ketones, little molecules that can fuel your brain instead of glucose quickly, thus speeding up your metabolism and giving you a cognitive boost.

Why Grass- fed butter?

Grass-fed butter is full of high-quality fats and nutrients

Cows evolved to eat grass, not factory farm lot feed. Grass-fed cows are healthier than factory-farmed or grain-fed cows, and the butter they produce reflects their good health.

  • Grass-fed butter is higher than grain-fed butter in omega-3 fatty acids, CLA, beta-carotene, vitamin A, vitamin K, vitamin D, vitamin E, and antioxidants. You can actually see the difference in the butter: grass-fed butter is a sunny yellow color, while grain-fed/factory-farmed butter is almost white. The lack of color is a sign that the butter is coming from sick, nutrient-depleted cows.
  • Grass-fed butter is high in butyrate, a short-chain fatty acid. Studies show that butyrate can both prevent and decrease inflammation in humans. In rodents, studies have shown butyrate to protect against mental illness, improve body composition, increase metabolism, and improve gut health.
  • Butter is nutrient-dense. A single tablespoon of butter contains:
    • 500 IU vitamin A
    • More carotenes than carrots
    • High amounts of vitamin K2, vitamin D, and vitamin E

Grass-fed butter is a superfood.. Kerrygold is an excellent grass-fed butter brand, and it’s stocked in most supermarkets.

-Anyway after being introduced to this breakfast drink, I have been feeling energized and focused just wanted to share,

thank you kollette and Jason Stith

Mahina Mele Farm

 

 

 

MCT’s and Macadamia Nut Oil

We found this great article to check out too……http://www.macnutoil.com/why_

Im Looking into macadamia nut oil and the medium chain tryiglycerides (MCT) for my bullet coffee in the morning. It seems like a perfect fit!!!!. Mahalo Kollette and Jason Stith

recommends.htmMacadamia nut oil can also claim to be the highest botanical source of Palmitoleic acid, a monounsaturated fat. Palmitoleic acid has been used for stroke prevention and is now widely used in skin care because it is a wonderful emollient and moisturizer. Palmitoleic acid is naturally found in human skin oil and is known to diminish with aging.

 

 

Pure Mana Hawaii
Island Renew Collection

www.puremanahawaii.com- New Organic Hawaiian Skincare from Mahina Mele Farm

Aloha We at Mahina Mele Farm have expanded and started one of the best Organic Skincare lines, Pure Mana Hawaii. Luxurious Organic Hawaiian Skincare that uses integrity to produce effective skincare with only ingredients you can pronounce. Pure Organic Macadmia Nut Oil and Green Coffee oil pressed here on the farm that hydrate, an nourish your skin like no other. Please check out our new website www.puremanahawaii.com, we would be happy to send you a sample just contact us at puremanahawaii@gmail.com or call us at 808-217-7622

product photos

Mahalo Kollette Stith and Sue Mandini

 

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Certified Organic Kona Coffee and Macadamia Nuts are a rarity.

Organic Kona Coffee and Macadamia nuts are a rarity. A foods health benefits begin in the soil. Our intention for the past 10 years is to provide the highest quality Organic Kona Coffee and Macadamia Nuts possible. This begins with caring for the soil to ensure nutrient rich crops and tasty coffee and nuts. We are the  only Certified Macadamia Nut processors in the U.S. that we know of and the only Certified Organic Hawaiian nuts that are dehydrated to maintain the integrity of the nuts.macs03_trionuts

Ripe Kona Coffee berries

Ripe Kona Coffee berries

Roasted Kona Rose Coffee

Roasted Kona Rose Coffee

. Please try our gourmet Certified Organic products direct from the farmer. Truly a delicious experience!

macuir 2015 harvest smallIt starts with the soil!

Mahalo Kollette Stith

Roasted Kona Rose Coffee

KONA ROSE COFFEE IS NOW ON EBAY

KONA ROSE COFFEE IS NOW ON EBAY! CHECK IT OUT!

HISTORY OF KONA COFFEE….

Kona coffee is the market name for coffee (Coffea arabica) cultivated on the slopes of Hualalai and Mauna Loa in the North and South Kona Districts of the Big Island of Hawaii. It is one of the most expensive coffees in the world. Only coffee from the Kona Districts can be described as “Kona”. The weather of sunny mornings, cloud or rain in the afternoon, little wind, and mild nights combined with porous, mineral-rich volcanic soil create favorable coffee growing conditions. The loanword for coffee in the Hawaiian language is kope, pronounced [ˈkope].[1]

IT HAS BEEN NOTHING BUT RAIN FOR WEEKS FEELS LIKE MONTHS. THE COFFEE IS IN HEAVEN DEVELOPING PLUMP JUICY COFFEE CHERRIES READY TO BE PICKED AS WE SPEAK.

TRY YOUR 100% KONA , 100% CERTIFIED ORGANIC , KONA ROSE COFFEE

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MAHALO FOR YOUR SUPPORT! KOLLETTE AND JASON STITH