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Total Time 5 minutes. Calories kcal. US Customary - Metric. To toast pine nuts in the oven: Preheat oven to degrees. Line a rimmed baking sheet with parchment paper or foil for easy cleanup. Toss pine nuts in oil and salt if desired. Arrange in a single layer on prepared baking sheet. Toast until lightly browned and fragrant, stirring occasionally, about 5 to 7 minutes.
Remove from oven and use as desired. Or, store in an airtight container for up to 1 week. To toast pine nuts on the stove: Toss pine nuts in oil and salt if desired. In a medium skillet over medium heat, heat pine nuts until lightly browned and fragrant, stirring occasionally, about 2 to 5 minutes.
Remove from skillet and use as desired. How to toast pine nuts in the microwave: Using a fine mesh colander, rinse pine nuts under cold running water and toss with Kosher salt, if desired. Remove bag from microwave and allow to cool. Calories: kcal. Comments Cancel reply Your email address will not be published.
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My husband has also eaten some of the dish with the pine nuts but has not had the bitter taste. I had eaten pine nuts in the past in salads. I have tried baking soda rinses, lemon juice and mouthwashes but nothing has alleviated the bitter taste. It has spoiled coffee which I normally enjoy and has made wine taste terrible. I am glad to read that some of you have seen the end of the bitter taste within a few days. Thursday night, April 9, I had pesto at a restaurant in the Chicago area. Easter dinner today will be really bad too…..
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I emailed the restaurant to see where they bought their pine nuts. Have the same symptoms as everyone else… a drink of lime juice mixed with tonic water and sugar to taste if necessary seems to nullify the effect can taste things like normal for about 1 meal, but make sure all of the food bits are out of your mouth, to avoid the taste later.
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Curious to see if this works for anyone else, discovered it by accident. I am really happy and really upset that I came across this string. I am elated because it means I know whats happening and the cause. I was terrified something was seriously wrong. Funny thing is, I had a conversation with stock-boy about how expensive these had become recently. My husband ate the same salad, but I believe he had less nuts and he is not experiencing any bitter taste.
It has been several days and food tastes good again WHILE I am actually chewing, but within minutes of eating, the horrid taste returns and does not subside for about 20 minutes. This would lead me to believe its going away. I certainly hope so considering the amount of nuts I ate was approx My husband had about Everyone who claims it lasted a length of time seemed to have consumed greater quantity and more than once.
I ate them once and have not had any since. What are we going to do about this? Three days ago I ate a chick filet sandwich and thought it was the dill pickle or the chicken causing this sudden bitterness in my mouth. I too thought I had some kind of horrible disease. I plan on taking this Diamond brand bag of pine nuts to the health department in hopes of having them analyzed.
I will post my results.
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In the meantime, I think I will try the contreau. Hello all. Well I am also gald to find this site and I am going one step further…I have contacted an attorney here in Atlanta and am going to go after these companies that are distributing this product. In light of the peanut fiasco in Georgia I am sure there is going to be some action on this matter.
How can they keep putting a producto n the market that can do this to someone is beyond me! I will keep you posted! I ate some raw pine nuts on Saturday from Whole Foods and on Sunday replaced the brake pads on my car. Sunday night, I noticed everything tasted bitter. I thought I was poisoned by brake cleaner or dust. Also, wonder why it took that long 1 day to take affect.
OMG this is terrible. I ate a table spoon of pine nuts on Thursdy at dinner and the taste started on Friday around 9pm. It worsened by Saturday. I too found this site. I ran out and bought some charcoal at Whole foods and used it twice sat. I had one Sunday and had to go back there tonight Monday to eat. My husband and I think it has something to do with the viniger in the dressing that made it not have a bitter taste. I called the company I bought mine from.
They came to my home to pick up a sample of the nuts that I still had. I bought the pack of pine nuts at Vons in Tarzana CA. I also went to the store and had them pulled them off the shelf. Someone from Vons headquarters called me today to follow up and said he would investigate.
There is alot of info on the net about many products from China being tainted with Chemicals, like Melamine. It is scary. The deli assured me that they make their own dressing and the ingredients are local.
I also called an attorney today and he said he has had a few other calls similiar to this recently. I want to be assured that there is no lasting ill effect from this such as with melamine. Please tell me if any of you have found a remedy. This is awful.
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Same here. Have had bitter taste for three days. Thought it was the Easter chocolate. Or the beer. Maybe the cheese. Mostly sweets brought it on. However, everything I ate had a bitter aftertaste. The product should be pulled from the shelves. Going to try vinegar and look for the charcoal tomorrow. This has to stop. Two of us experienced the bitter taste since Saturday April 11 when we purchased them.
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When does it go away? I have eaten pine nuts on occassion for years and never experienced this. Hi everyone! Lets all pray that it goes away soon for all of us.