Sauerkirschenmüesli Rohkost

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Sauerkirschenmüesli in Rohkostqualität und ohne Süssungsmittel

Danny Schmid vom Rohkost Hüsli in Bülach stellt dieses komplett ungesüsste Sauerkirschenmüesli in Handarbeit selbst her. Nebst diesem führen wir auch ihr Frühstücksmüesli und Aprikosenmüesli im Sortiment.

Da das Sauerkirschenmüesli aus frischen Bio-Zutaten und ohne Konservierungsstoffe in Rohkostqualität hergestellt wird, hat es lediglich ein Mindesthaltbarkeitsdatum von 3-6 Monaten.

Warum wir dieses Sauerkirschenmüesli lieben

Der knusprige Biss zusammen mit dem nussigen (Buchweizen und Mandeln) sowie fruchtigen Aroma (Sauerkirschen) bilden eine sehr leckere Kombination. Die sehr dezente Süsse stammt allein von den Apfelstücken und dem Apfelmus. Es wird kein zusätzliches Süssungsmittel verwendet!

Die Stücke sind für ein Müesli untypisch gross, eignen sich dadurch jedoch nicht nur zum Frühstück, sondern auch als feiner Snack für Zwischendurch. 

Sauerkirschenmüesli vom Rohkost Hüsli

Um die Enzyme und Vitamine zu steigern, lässt Danny die Mandeln während 12 Stunden, den Buchweizen währen 2 Tagen ankeimen. Sie benutzt aus Überzeugung ausschliesslich Bio Zutaten. Da sie als kleine Firma jedoch nicht Bio-zertifziert ist, wird dieses Sauerkirschenmüesli nicht als Bio verkauft.

Zutaten Sauerkirschenmüesli

  • Buchweizen (angekeimt)
  • Mandeln (angekeimt)
  • schwarzer Sesam
  • Chia-Samen
  • Apfelwürfel
  • getrocknete Sauerkirschen
  • Zitronen
  • Orangen
  • Apfelmus
  • Goldleinsamen
  • Salz

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White Mulberries Organic
White Mulberries – Ancient Oriental Delight Chewy and honey-like sweet, our whole, sun-dried, white mulberries are nature’s version of candy. Only a handful of this natural sweetness provides you with a well-rounded bundle of various vitamins, minerals and protein. Mulberries are rich in resveratrol, a plant defense substance which acts as a powerful antioxidant in human bodies. A delightful alternative to raisins, it’s easy to take pleasure in eating mulberries straight from the bag. Our mulberries contain no additives. Why we love White Mulberries Mulberries are a rich source of Vitamin C, iron, calcium, protein and fibre. Along with goji berries and Incan berries, they are one of the few fruits in the world to be thought of as a good source of protein. The most important antioxidant in mulberries is resveratrol, which is a polyphenol that is also found in grapes.  Chewy and soft with a fig-like crunch, our white mulberries are nature’s version of candy. An ideal and healthy snack for on the go. SamaraNatura White Mulberries SamaraNatura offers the white Turkish variety of mulberry, which is shaken from the tree and sun-dried to optimize natural sweetness. Our mulberries are 100% grown without use of pesticides and agrochemicals, raw, free of preservatives and sustainably harvested. Use For snacking, added to muesli, yoghurt or smoothies. Mulberries are excellent in home-made chocolate, cookies and jams. For raw muesli, you can simply mix dried buckwheat sprouts with the dried mulberries, some fresh fruit, and serve it with raw nut milk. Nutritional values White Mulberries per 100g Energy value 1435 kJ / 339 kcal, fat 2.6g, of which saturated fatty acids 1.2g,carbohydrates 63g, of which sugar 42.3gfibers 11gprotein 10.6g. All information is subject to the usual fluctuations in natural products.

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Content: 150 Gramm (CHF 8.00* / 100 Gramm)

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Content: 250 Gramm (CHF 8.00* / 100 Gramm)

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Manucca raisins organic
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Content: 300 Gramm (CHF 2.83* / 100 Gramm)

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Sour Cherries Organic
Sauerkirschen: ungeölt, Bio und Rohkost Unsere wildgesammelten Bio Sauerkirschen aus Usbekistan sind sehr fruchtig und sehr säuerlich im Geschmack. Die leuchtende dunkle Farbe entsteht bei der produktschonenden Trocknung. Pearls of Samarkand Sauerkirschen aus Wildsammlung und daher besonders nährstoffreich im Vergleich zu Plantagenprodukte 100% Natur pur, d.h. ungeölt, ohne Süssungsmittel, ohne Konservierungsstoffe, ohne Farbstoffe in Bio- & Rohkost-Qualität schonend Sonnen/Solargetrocknet Druckentwest Verpackung Die aktuelle Charge ist in 100g Beuteln abgepackt. Herkunft und Herstellung Die Bio Sauerkirschen stammen ausschliesslich aus Usbekistan. Das Gebiet ist grossflächig Bio zertifiziert und wird von den dort lebenden Fairtrade Bauern bewirtschaftet. Die Bauern gehören zu einer grossen Fairtrade Gemeinschaft, welche sich aus 3 Gruppen zusammensetzt, Dustkul Bogi, Turkiston Gulba und Turob Bobo. Zu ihnen gehören rund 1000 einzelne Bauern, samt ihren Familien. Dank der Zusammenarbeit können die Bauern ihren Familien ein gesichertes Einkommen und ihren Kindern eine neue Perspektive bieten. Im Zug des Wechsels von Pearls of Samarkand zu PlantLife (Nachfolge-Marke) wurde aus administrativen Gründen auf eine Fairtrade-Zertifizierung verzichtet. Die Sauerkirschen werden nach der Ernte gewaschen, entsteint und mit Hilfe der Sonne schonend getrocknet. Die Solartrocknungsmethode ist sehr umweltfreundlich und produktschonend. Sauerkirschen (Prunus cerasus) gehören zur Familie der Rosengewächse (Rosaceae). Sie besitzen weniger Fruchtfleisch als Süsskirschen. Sauerkirschen stammen ursprünglich aus Südwestasien und wurden im Gegensatz zu den Süsskirschen in Europa erst im Mittelalter bekannt. Durchschnittliche Nährwerte pro 100g Energiewert 1031 kJ / 246 kcal Fett 0.6g, davon gesättigte Fettsäuren 0.2g Kohlenhydrate 51g, davon Zucker 35gBallaststoffe 8.3g Eiweiss 5.3g Salz 0.03g

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Black Bukhara Raisins Organic
Black Bukhara Raisins Organic Organic Fairtrade Black Bukhara raisins, dried are particularly beautiful, matt, glossy, black, large raisins. The flesh is soft, intensely sweet and fruity, contains no seeds and the skin is strong. Origin This raisin owes its name to the city of Bukhara, one of the most important cities in Uzbekistan, which with its numerous buildings is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The city was an important center of the Persian Empire and an important traffic junction on the southern Silk Road. How to use As a snack in between. Add to salads, muesli and yoghurt or combine with other dried fruits, nuts or cocoa chips.Warning: May contain traces of nuts Nutritional values Black Bukhara Raisins Organic per 100g Energy value 1262kJ / 298kcalFat 0.6g- of which saturated 0.2gCarbohydrates 68g- of which sugar 63gDietary fiber 3.7gProtein 2.5gSalt 0.05g

Content: 250 Gramm (CHF 6.27* / 100 Gramm)

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Edelmüesli Pure Basics Bio Naturkostbar
3-Korn-Müesli angekeimt heisst neu Edelmüesli Pure Basics Als Ergänzung zum Müesli-Sortiment des Rohkosthüsli (Frühstücksmüesli, Aprikosenmüesli und Sauerkirschenmüesli) führen wir nun das 3-Korn-Müesli angekeimt von Naturkostbar im Sortiment. Darin sind angekeimte Vollkorn-Haferflocken, angekeimte Buchweizenkerne und angekeimte Sonnenblumenkerne vereint. Sie versorgen uns mit vielen Mineralien, Spurenelementen, Vitaminen und bilden eine perfekte Frühstücksbasis. Die bekömmliche Dreikorn-Mischung schmeckt ausgewogen mild-nussig. Die Körner enthalten weniger als 20 ppm Gluten und sind deshalb auch als glutenfreie Kost geeignet. Herkunft und Herstellung Hergestellt in Rumänien. Die Zutaten stammen aus Holland, Polen und Ungarn. Naturkostbar bezieht die angekeimten Vollkorn-Flocken und Körner direkt bei einem Familienbetrieb in Rumänien, welcher sich auf angekeimte Rohkost spezialisiert hat und die Ernten zahlreicher Bio-Bauern aus Europa veredelt. Die achtsame, naturnahe Philosophie passt perfekt zu unseren Werten. Warum ankeimen? Damit Hafer, Buchweizen und Sonnenblumenkerne ihre volle Mineral- und Vitamindichte entfalten können, werden sie nach der Ernte angekeimt. Das Keimen aktiviert die schlafenden Lebenskräfte im Korn, welches den kleinen Keim zu einer Pflanze wachsen lässt. Bei der schonenden Trocknung werden diese Kräfte anschliessend vorsichtig bewahrt und machen die Buchweizenkerne sowie Sonnenblumenkerne schön knusprig. Der Hafer wird sorgfältig zu Vollkorn-Flocken verarbeitet und bereichert die Mischung mit einer Vielzahl an Nährstoffen, Ballaststoffen und Aminosäuren. Verwendung Die wunderbare Dreikorn-Mischung eignet sich hervorragend als nährstoffreiches Basis-Müesli. Schmeckt hervorragend in Kombination mit frischen Beeren und Früchten wie auch Rosinen, Datteln, Hanfsamen, Açai-Pulver, Kakaopulver und vielen weiteren Zutaten. Ebenfalls geeignet für Getreidebratlinge. Zutaten 3-Korn-Müesli angekeimt Angekeimter Bio Hafer Angekeimter Bio Buchweizen  Angekeimte Bio Sonnenblumenkerne Angekeimter Hafer Angekeimter Rohkost-Hafer enthält eine beeindruckende Vielzahl an Mineralien, Spurenelementen und Vitaminen. So kann das Biotin im Hafer Haut, Haare und Nägel unterstützen, und die Vitamine B1 und B6 können Nerven und Psyche stärken. Hafer enthält mindestens doppelt so viel Eisen wie Fleisch. Für eine gute Aufnahme kombinieren Sie die Flocken am besten mit Vitamin C-haltigen Früchten, oder, in einer herzhaften Variante, mit Salat und Gemüse zum Beispiel als Getreideburger. Als Bestandteil der roten Blutkörperchen fördert Eisen den Sauerstofftransport im Blut. Auch mit Magnesium uns Silicium punktet das Getreide. Hafer versorgt zudem mit wertvollen Antioxidantien. Angekeimter Buchweizen Buchweizen enthält alle essenziellen Aminosäuren und kann deshalb den Aufbau von Muskeln, Organen, Knorpeln, Knochen, Haut, Haaren und Nägeln unterstützen. Zudem ist Buchweizen reichen an Eisen und Selen. Als Bestandteil der roten Blutkörperchen fördert Eisen den Sauerstofftransport im Blut. Und Selen kann die Zellen vor oxidativem Stress schützen und die normale Funktion der Schilddrüse fördern. Angekeimte Sonnenblumenkerne Sonnenblumenkerne versorgen uns mit besonders viel Vitamin E. Sie enthalten ausserdem Vitamin B und besonders viele ungesättigte Fettsäuren. Die Kerne sind ein wertvoller Lieferant für Folsäure, Zink und Kalium. Phosphor, Eisen und Magnesium können zu einem normalen Energiestoffwechsel beitragen. Auch mit ihrem hohen Gehalt an essenziellen Aminosäuren können Sonnenblumenkerne unseren Organismus unterstützen. Aminosäuren sind an fast allen Stoffwechselvorgängen beteiligt und transportieren wichtige Nährstoffe und Sauerstoff durch unseren Körper. Auch die meisten Hormone und Antikörper bestehen aus Aminosäuren, sodass sich ein Mangel schnell in einem schlecht funktionierenden Immunsystem zeigen kann. Nähwertangaben 3-Korn-Müesli angekeimt pro 100g Nährwerte Øpro 100g/100ml%11 Referenzmenge für einen durchschnittlichen Erwachsenen (8400kJ/2000kcal) Energie 1497kJ (355kcal) 18% Fett 4.5g 6% davon gesättigte Fettsäuren 0.83g 4% davon einfach ungesättigte Fettsäuren - - davon mehrfach ungesättigte Fettsäuren - - Kohlenhydrate 62.1g 24% davon Zucker 3g 3% Ballaststoffe 11.8g 24% Eiweiss 10.6g 21% Salz 0.03g 1% B-Carotin (Provitamin A) - - Vitamin A - - Vitamin B1 0.31mg 28% Vitamin B2 0.1mg 7% Vitamin B3 - - Vitamin B6 0.4mg 29% Vitamin B12 - - Vitamin C - - Vitamin D - - Vitamin E - - Vitamin K - - Biotin - - Calcium 187.1mg 23% Chlorid - - Chrom - - Eisen 4.7mg 34% Fluorid - - Folsäure/Folacin - - Jod - - Kalium - - Kupfer 0.1mg 10% Magnesium 135mg 36% Mangan 0.3mg 15% Molybdän - - Pantothensäure - - Phosphor - - Selen - - Zink 3.5mg 35%

Content: 500 Gramm (CHF 2.64* / 100 Gramm)

From CHF 13.21*