If you haven't already, you'll be hearing a lot about these guys in 2017. Despite their misleading name, tiger nuts are actually root tubers from the yellow nutsedge plant.
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High in fibre, iron, potassium, magnesium and vitamin C, they are certainly a worthy addition to any diet. They are also gluten-free and nut-free, making them an appealing option to many.
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With their sweet taste and chewy texture they can be added to a vast array of meals. Sprinkle over cereal or porridge, add to muffins, blend to make tiger nut milk, or simply grab a handful for a no-fuss snack.