Walnut Cream - Monastery of the Transfiguration
  • Walnut Cream - Monastery of the Transfiguration
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Walnut Cream - Monastery of the Transfiguration

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A real spread, cream of nuts, handmade, in the traditional way, at the Monastery of the Transfiguration.

Many uses are possible, as well for breakfast or as a snack on a toast of good bread or to taste an old Comté, or to make a walnut tart.

The nuts, from the sisters' walnut orchard, are crushed with sugar and water, quite simply ... and what a taste !!!

The nuts, harvested at full maturity, are dried and prepared at the monastery.

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Nut cream - Rich and smooth
Supplier: Monastery of the Transfiguration - 24120 TERRASSON -LAVILLEDIEU
Ingredients: Nuts, sugar, water


Average nutritional value per 100g
Energy (kJ) / (kcal): 1856/442
Fat (g): 23.63
of which saturated fatty acids (g): 2.12
Carbohydrates (g): 49.85
of which sugars (g): 49.85
Protein (g): 6.41
Salt (g): 0.9


Net Weight: 225g



Made in France, at the abbey with 39g of fruit per 100g


Nut fans will really fall in love with this product, which will accompany their breakfast and snacks.


The Monastery of the Transfiguration was founded in 1978. It is an Orthodox female monastery, whose nuns are attached to the monastery of Simonos-Petra on Mount Athos (Greece). The monastery currently has six nuns, accompanied by Father Elie, founder, chaplain and spiritual father of the community. With regard to the monastic order, the Monastery of the Transfiguration is a metochion (dependency) of the monastery of Simonos-Petra and it is placed under the protection of the Saints Nectarius of Aegina, Simon the Myroblite and Mary Magdalene. As an accessory to its main vocation, the Monastery of the Transfiguration also takes on a pastoral character by welcoming many Orthodox lay faithful who come to attend liturgical services every Sunday as well as for feasts and receive spiritual teaching. The monastic community ensures its autonomy through its agricultural and artisanal productions:

    A charmoise sheep farm, registered with the UPRA, intended for the production of breeding animals (rams and ewes) and lambs for slaughter.
    An orchard of walnuts, the basis of a production of walnuts, kernels and walnut cream.
    A jam-making workshop.

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Odile M. published the 04/03/2021 following an order made on 01/02/2021

5/5

très bon produit

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Marie-Claude P. published the 18/01/2021 following an order made on 15/12/2020

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Délicieux également

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Jean-Bernard G. published the 02/12/2020 following an order made on 13/11/2020

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pour les gourmands !

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