Since time immemorial, cedar nuts have provided the inhabitants of Siberia with many necessary vitamins and minerals. A nutritional analysis confirms the great value of this small, wild-growing fruit.

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Approx. 30 g raisins,
the juice of one orange,
approx. 50 g shelled cedar nuts,
450 g tofu, 50 ml cedar oil,
1 tablespoon white wine vinegar,
salad leaves,
salt, black pepper,
ground cloves - to taste.

"Asia" Salad
Put raisins and juice in a small pot and bring to a boil. Remove from heat and set aside approx. 20 minutes. Prepare a dressing with cedar oil, vinegar, salt, pepper, and cloves. Place cedar nuts, tofu, and raisins in a bowl and stir in the dressing. Serve with salad leaves.

300 g melon,
300 g watermelon,
1 bunch of black grapes,
100 g cedar nuts,
1 lemon,
200 g icing sugar,
100 g cognac.

"Golden Autumn" Salad
Wash the fruit, remove the rind from the melon and watermelon, and cut into cubes. Halve and seed the grapes. Place fruit in a bowl, mix carefully, and sprinkle with cedar nuts and icing sugar. Pour the lemon juice and cognac on the salad.

300 g different varieties of salad,
200 g oranges,
200 g pears,
100 g cedar nuts,
1 tablespoon cedar nut oil,
1 tablespoon soy sauce,
vinegar (balsamic, wine, or apple vinegar, according to taste).

"Green and Juicy" Salad
Wash and peel the fruit. Also remove the skin from the orange segments. Finely cut fruit. Carefully wash the salad and shred by hand. Add cedar nuts, cedar oil, soy sauce, and your choice of vinegar. Gently mix.
And some more hot tips:
Roasted cedar nuts are delicious!
Try sprinkling cedar nuts (whole or ground) on deserts or ice cream. Cedar nut honey - nuts in honey - is a particularly delicious treat!