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Friday, July 7, 2017

I'm back in the saddle!... So to speak...

I took a hiatus from blogging for quite some time. I've been active on Facebook and other social media and haven't really had time to post here on the blog. However, I'm thinking that blogging is a great way to keep track of what I'm doing for my fiber business and for the ranch. 

I had my right knee partially replaced in December of 2014 after letting it go for several years. The knee was to the point where I could no longer bend it and because it was bone on bone on the inside of the knee, I was walking on the side of my left boot/shoe, wearing out the inner side of my shoes. This knocked my hips, back, neck, etc. out of whack and I was pretty much miserable 24/7. I discovered AFTER surgery while still in the hospital that I am allergic to every pain med they tried. They finally gave up and sent me home with no pain meds and told me to take Tylenol, which does nothing for me. I had an anaphylactic reaction to NSAIDs over 20 years ago and my allergist told me to never take NSAIDs again because they would probably kill me. Needless to say, recovery from surgery was NOT the 3 to 5 weeks the surgeon's office told me it would be! It was 7 or 8 months after surgery before I could bend my knee past 60 to 80 degrees. Because of this, I have not used my treadle spinning wheel since early 2014 - about 3.5 years. I bought a beautiful Hansen electric spinner from another fiber artist who said she never "bonded" with the spinner. Lucky me! I love my e-spinner but just haven't had the time to spend doing much spinning. I need to change that. 

We've pared down our llama herd to 15 llamas and that includes our second llama that we purchased in November 1996. He'll be 24 this month. He's slow and has problems getting around but he's in with the chickens and ducks and still has a sparkle in his eye, even if he no longer has a spring in his step. Our second oldest llama is one of our foundation females who will be 19 the end of this month. We're down to our "keeper" herd - our favorite llamas that we'd prefer to keep rather than sell. Last October we put Wheatfield's Spencer in with our females (with the exception of our oldest female - we removed her while Spencer was in with the rest of the girls) and we're hoping we'll have several crias this Fall. Normally we "hand breed", selecting a different male for each female we want to breed, but this time we just put Spencer in with all the females since he is not related to any of them. 

We have added milk and fiber goats to our ranch program. I have purebred Nigerian Dwarf goats and Pygora/Angora goats. Last summer we had our first kid born - it was a cross between Rosemary (my Pygora doe) and Skylar (my Nigerian Dwarf buck). The kid was born missing part of her back left leg because the umbilical cord got wrapped around it while she was developing and that leg never developed. Her name is Little Miss Tippy Thyme. She gets around surprisingly well considering her "disability". Here is the latest photo of Tippy, taken a couple of weeks ago.

I sheared her for the first time a few months ago. Here she is just before shearing

And here she is right after shearing - she's black underneath and her fiber/fleece fades to a beautiful silver/taupe color as it grows

She has a little sister named Angel, born in early May of this year. Fortunately, Angel was born with all her parts and pieces and has perfect angel wings and a halo to match! 

We had two additional kids born in April of this year - Baby Doe (one of my full Nigerian Dwarf does) had twins - a little brown female I named Celeste and a black male I named Moonbeam - here is Celeste (with her momma photo bombing)

And here is Moonbeam (on the left) He already thinks he's a stud muffin so I'm going to need to wean him soon!

And, we had a little surprise on Mother's Day this year! Last summer we put our miniature stallion (Nitro) in with our miniature mare (Paloma) and 318 days later I went out to do morning chores and found THIS in the horse shelter!

He was a little early so his legs were a bit of a train wreck but he quickly straightened out and is the spitting image of his sire! Meet Remington!

Remington's sire is "Nitro" - Running Creek's Destiny Royale

Remington's dam is "Paloma"

I've been busy with fiber arts here, too, but will save that for the next blog post. See you then!

Thanks for visiting and sharing our amazing life here at Split Rock Ranch!

Wednesday, November 30, 2016

Does anybody blog any more???

Now that so many people, including me, are using Facebook not only to connect with each other but to market and sell products as well, I guess blogging has taken a back seat. I'm not even sure people even look at blogs any longer! If you still visit blogs and are interested in seeing more posts about our ranch, please comment!! Thank you!

Monday, July 25, 2016

I'm BACK! Just a teaser post of what we have new going on here at the ranch

Paladins Wild Flower Paladins Design by Daisy Jayne Fallen Ash Farms Mine By Design Fallen Ash Farms Scout Dark Design
Fallen Ash Farms My Oh My
Paladins Daisy Jayne Mt Carmels Paladin
Dels Dream Baby JRs Little Blaze
ch 29.50\" 1981
AMHA IT01333/AMHR - 7
Dels Little Man
Paradise Bird Vant Huttenest
Dels Dream Girl Dels Little Man buck 27.75 1971 MINIATURE AMHA/AMHR
Uruba Bird Vant Huttenest
Paladins Quarter Moons Pawnee Wind Johnsons Lil Blackfoot Apache Fowlers Choctaw
b Pinto 31.25\" 1981
AMHR - 71513A
DD Pine
Johnsons Apryl Jandts Link to Ink Jandts Blanet Spots
blk App 35 In 1982
AMHR - 15600B
Jandts Apple Appaloosa
Little Black Girl
Jandts Jodi of Owatonna JJs Hurby
JJs Nightie of Owatonna
Subras Molly
Pedigree generated by

We have added a couple of miniature horses to our ranch herd. Our latest is Paladin's Wild Flower, a yearling black and white paint filly. We plan to train her to drive a cart and will eventually breed her to our Perlino stallion, Nitro. 

I plan to write a longer blog post soon to catch up from the very long hiatus I've taken from blogging. 

Sunday, December 21, 2014

Happy Winter Solstice

With the winter solstice comes longer days and shorter nights. We've made it to the shortest day and the longest night of the year. Let's celebrate with 21% off everything in the ArtFire store!!!

Visit SplitRockRanch's Studio
SAVE 21% Off All Items
Use Coupon Code:
during checkout.

 Use coupon code WINTERSOLSTICE2014 to save 21% off everything for the next three days.

There are lots of handmade accessories, many of them OOAK Split Rock Ranch Original Designs/Creations, handspun and hand painted yarns, hand painted rovings, hand carded batts for spinning and felting.

It is most likely too late for delivery in time for Christmas but you can treat yourself to something special this holiday season!!

Tuesday, November 25, 2014

Review of the Eszee Twist Tool by Camaj Fiber Arts

I recently received an Eszee Twist Tool from Mary at Camaj Fiber Arts to test and review.

From the Camaj Fiber Arts website regarding the Eszee Twist tool:

The Eszee Twist Tool is a new product developed to help spinners make a balanced yarn every time. Not only is it a necessary tool for anyone beginning te craft of hand spinning yarn, it is a useful tool for experienced spinners as it provides a handy reference and gauge system that is easily portable and self-contained.

Have you ever spun a yarn with a specific pattern in mind only to find the yarn is not the right wpi for the pattern? Well, the handy dandy yarn thickness gauge will help avoid that issue.

Want to spin a yarn for weaving and not sure how large the angle of twist should be in the yarn? The easy to use angle of twist gauge will help you spin the yarn perfect for your weaving projects.

The kit comes with a plastic card that is a multi-function tool that functions as a yarn thickness guide, a WPI gauge, an angle of twist gauge and a guide to determine if the yarn was spun in the S or Z direction.

It also includes a full color 24-page manual and yarn planner, a magnifier that enables better yarn identification and a strudy zipper pouch that not only holds the kit but any other small goodies spinners need to carry, like a diz or orifice hook.

The Yarn Planner is an easy to use, step-by-step guide to assist you in spinning perfectly balanced yarns every time.

The Eszee Twist Tool will quickly become the most indispensable item in any spinning arsenal.

I've been spinning for almost 15 years and still found much of the information to be useful. I have yet to figure out how the Angle of Twist Gauge works but maybe I just need to spend a little more time working on that part of the kit.

I think this Eszee Twist Tool will be a very valuable addition to a new spinner's arsenal.

You can buy your Eszee Twist Tool here: Eszee Twist Tool from Camaj Fiber Arts

Monday, November 17, 2014

Holiday Sale in the ArtFire store - and Store closing for the holiday season

I will be closing the Artfire store on November 24th and will reopen some time in January 2015. I will be spending December recovering from surgery and enjoying time with family and friends.

So, if there is something in the store that you've had your eye on, now is the time to snap it up! And, to sweeten the deal, I'm offering a 20% discount off everything in the store if you use coupon code HAPPY HOLIDAY20off!!!

Visit SplitRockRanch's Studio
SAVE 20% Off All Items
Use Coupon Code:
during checkout.

Some of the recently added items are:

Deep Sea Hand Crocheted Cardigan Sweater Vest

A Fabulous Fall Fiber Combo

Pastel Rainbow Hand Knitted Capelet in uber soft Optim Merino

And a matching cowl in the same uber soft Optim Merino yarn

How about an Outlander inspired cowl? Hand knitted

Or, for spinning, felting or other fiber art, how about some incredibly luxurious fiber?

All sales will help to pay for my upcoming medical bills.

Wishing you all a very happy holiday season!

Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Amazing Product! InstaNatural Stretch Mark & Scar Cream - Works Fabulous!

I recently had the opportunity to test and review another product. This one is InstaNatural's Stretch Mark and Scar Cream. I absolutely LOVE this product! It is smooth and creamy and little bit goes a long way. It smells wonderful, too. Per InstaNatural: The scent consists of the following notes: green fruity (pineapple, peach), floral, spice, herbaceous, creamy, woody, sweet.

I recently fell down the stairs off our deck and bruised, cut and scratched from under my right arm all the way down to my wrist. There were abrasions between my elbow and my wrist with a quarter sized gouge that left a good sized scab. When the scab finally came off, there was a scar and the tissue was purple and tender. I started using this cream on it and within a week the scar was almost gone! It is greatly reduced in size (smaller than a dime now) and is no longer purple and tender. I'm convinced that continued use of this cream will completely heal it up without leaving an unsightly scar. I can't wait to use it on my knee after I've had knee replacement surgery in December! (I'll wait until the incision is closed and starting to heal, of course.)

Product Description
InstaNatural’s Stretch Mark & Scar Cream is an effective treatment to minimize the appearance of current marks, while also preventing the forming of new ones. Stretch marks and scars are created when collagen is weakened and skin is stretched or torn beyond its limit. Our cream heavily moisturizes affected areas – such as hips, stomach and arms - delivering nourishment and hydration to enhance elasticity of your skin and help restore a youthful look and even appearance.

Key Ingredients:
+ Vitamin C (15%)
+ Cocoa Butter
+ Rosehip Oil
+ Mango Butter
+ Grapeseed Oil
+ Evening Primrose Oil

  • DIMINISHES APPEARANCE OF EXISTING STRETCH MARKS & SCARS - Reduce current "tiger strips" and scars with our powerful cream that will heal the skin to fade away those reddish-blue stripes on the body. Helps restore skin tone and texture for a more even appearance.
  • PREVENT NEW ONES FROM FORMING - Not only can you fade away current blemishes with this powerful cream, but also you can prevent new ones from forming. This prevention cream strengthens and protects against future marks, and makes it harder for the skin to stretch beyond its limit.
  • POWERFUL & NOURISHING HYDRATION - Our body cream moisturizer is full of natural and organic ingredients - such as Vitamin C, Cocoa Butter, Rosehip Oil, & Mango Butter - that provide unsurpassed hydration and moisture to nourish your skin. Use all over the body, even hands and feet, to get softer, suppler skin.
  • FOR MEN & WOMEN - Stretch marks are a common occurrence on both men and women. For women, more than half will accumulate them during pregnancy, most likely on their tummies and stomachs. Our topical cream is perfect to use whether it is during pregnancy or after birth. For men, apply it on common trouble spots, such as the abdomen, chest, arms and shoulders.
  • MANUFACTURER GUARANTEE - InstaNatural backs their products with a Lifetime Money Back Guarantee, no matter where you buy our product. If you're not satisfied, simply contact us and get a full refund.

You can purchase this cream on Amazon here

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Monday, October 27, 2014

Review of Hyaluronic Dew Serum and Pro-A Serum - Age Defense Eye Cream Bonus

I recently received a couple of serums from Body Merry to try out and review. I received a Hyaluronic Dew Serum and a Pro-A Serum.

The hyaluronic dew serum does seem to moisturize my face well. It is a gel consistency, which I'm still on the fence about. I personally prefer something a bit more like a lotion that a gel. This reminds me of aloe vera gel. You can find the Hyaluronic Dew Serum here on Amazon.

The Pro-A Serum is the same consistency - a gel - and it does seem to be helping to reduce the appearance of the lines and wrinkles on my face. You can find the Pro-A Serum here on Amazon.

I think I may add some pink grapefruit essential oil, some rosehip seed oil and some sea buckthorn oil to both of these products to see if that makes the scent and consistency more to my liking.

Product Description

Body Merry’s power packed duo of Hyaluronic Dew Serum and Pro-A Serum is perfect for those looking for an effective natural and organic formula to fight the signs of aging.

Hyaluronic Dew Serum:

Morning dew is nature’s reminder that we all need moisture to kick start our day. This premium hydrating serum contains plant derived Hyaluronic Acid that provides the perfect amount of ‘dew’ to last throughout the day. Antioxidants such as Vitamin C and Green Tea add that extra punch, leaving your skin smooth and nourished.

Pro-A Serum:

Much has been said about the power of Retinol in reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, and its not without reason. This professional grade 2.5% retinol serum lets you truly sink in all the goodness of Vitamin A. Plant derived Hyaluronic Acid adds the much needed hydration and Green Tea works its charm as a powerful antioxidant.

I also received a third product that I absolutely LOVE! I received Body Merry Age Defense Eye Cream. It is nice and creamy, goes on smoothly without being greasy, it smells great and it feels fabulous. You can find the Age Defense Eye Cream here on Amazon.

I would totally buy the Age Defense Eye Cream again. The serums I think I need to use a bit longer before deciding for sure.

Regardless, I know these products all help to moisturize my face and supply the proper nutrients to help stop the effects of the environment and aging, which I love!

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

Sunday, September 21, 2014

Best for My Pets Bully Sticks Review

This time the dogs got to test and review something - Bully Sticks from Best For My Pets!

Product Description
  • MORE THAN JUST ENTERTAINING YOUR DOG! Did you know that chewing gives dogs a sense of comfort calming them down? More than that, chewing on BULLY STICKS becomes a fun and natural way to CLEAN TEETH and keep them strong. This delicious long-lasting chewing treat helps to maintain your dog's oral hygiene and health.
    ALL NATURAL, 100% PURE BEEF. Our bully sticks are free of chemical, preservatives or additives. Made of dried muscle, they are Gluten-Free and Grain-Free, 100% digestible. Hard like bones, it is very difficult to break them into smaller pieces. Choose something remarkable and safe to satisfy your dog's cravings to chew.
    DELICIOUS AND HEALTHY. Low in fat, our bully sticks are a powerful source of protein. Stop feeling guilty by giving your dog unhealthy treats. You will be pleased to see how happy your dog will be with our yummy bully sticks.
    THE BEST VALUE! We offer the same or better benefits than the more expensive brands BUT we believe EVERYONE should benefit from giving their dogs the highest quality bully sticks. We have the BEST VALUE bully sticks out there! Other brands will either have bad products for a lower price or the same product for a lot more money. TRY IT NOW! You have NOTHING to lose and EVERYTHING to GAIN.
    ✭YOUR DOG HAPPY OR YOUR MONEY BACK✭ At Best for My Pets, we fully stand behind our product and we go beyond the Amazon's 30 days return policy and offer you a NO-QUESTIONS-ASKED GUARANTEE. So if your dog does not love our bully sticks or if you don't feel 100% satisfied we will refund your money. No questions asked. Customer satisfaction is our number one priority and we want to build a strong and long lasting relationship with our customers. TRY IT TOTALLY RISK FREE! NO EMPTY PROMISES!

I like the bully sticks better than rawhide chews, which I no longer give to my dogs. They really like raw bones to chew but giving them bully sticks as a treat is MUCH easier and MUCH less messy! 

All the dogs really love them, especially the standard poodles. It takes the toy poodles a lot longer to chew their way through one of these sticks. 

Here are Willow, Victoria and Kodiak giving the bully sticks four paws straight up!

You can see Willow has already finished HER bully stick and is creeping up on little Victoria, hoping to snag her stick. 

You can get the bully sticks on here

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Thursday, September 18, 2014

Insta Natural Deep Cleansing Facial Oil - Works great!

I recently had the opportunity to try out and review another product from InstaNaturals. This one is their Deep Cleaning Facial Oil. Here is what the company says about this product: 

Our Deep Cleansing Facial Oil contains the perfect blend of ingredients that melt away dirt, impurities and makeup without stripping the skin of its natural oils or disturbing the natural pH balance. This energizing blend of oils will gently clean your pores and remove dead skin cells, leaving your skin smooth and nourished.

Use with a washcloth or sponge and rinse off with warm water. Leaves a soft and silky feel on the skin. Wonderful for all skin types and especially regenerative for mature skin. Also great to calm skin after shaving or sun burns. Can be used to remove makeup - even mascara!

Key Active Ingredients:
+ Jojoba Oil
+ Olive Oil
+ Lavendar Essential Oil
+ Pink Grapefruit Essential Oil
+ Tamanu Oil
+ Hemp Oil
+ Sea Buckthorn Oil
+ Geranium Essential Oil

I was attracted to this product because I have used several other products made by this same company and I love them. When I looked at the list of ingredients I was thrilled that it contained nourishing natural oils and no harsh chemicals or ingredients that you can't pronounce, let alone know what they are or what they do. I was a bit concerned about cleaning my face with oil for fear that it would cause a break out but it didn't at all. This product does an excellent job of gently cleaning your face and leaves it moisturized and smooth. I have dry, sensitive, mature skin and am out in the elements several times a day. As a rancher, I spend a great deal of time in the sun and need products that will help repair the damage already done and prevent further damage to my skin. This product helps meet that goal. I use this cleanser in conjunction with other products from this company - vitamin C serum, Hyaluronic acid serum and the anti-aging facial moisturizer cream - and they work very well together. And, with a money back guarantee, what have you got to lose?! Give it a try!!

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

Sunday, September 7, 2014

Summer is over...

Labor Day is behind us and Summer is pretty much over. We had a wet summer for a change, which was nice because it was getting really old loading up all our crates and cages to be prepared for evacuation due to wildfires. Because of the moisture, we have so much green grass (and weeds) coming up all over the property. The llamas are loving the grass in the pastures this summer! The greenhouse looks like something from the movie Jumanji.

I didn't even plant everything that is coming up in the greenhouse! In the center front is a vine that is some kind of squash. I assume it must have come from the seeds/feed that I gave the duck and chicks when they were in the greenhouse this past Spring. I set a bag of seed potatoes on the ground after planting some outside and in a potato pot and when I tried to move the bag a couple of weeks later, the bag came up but there were potato plants growing on the ground! I just piled some soil over them and let them go (that's mostly what is in the center of the greenhouse.) At the far center back is a tomato plant that is almost a tree/bush! It is loaded with tomatoes and I hope I can keep the greenhouse warm enough to harvest them when they're ready. There's another vine on the left, under the shelving, that I didn't plant and I assume it must be squash, the same as or similar to the one growing up front. I need to harvest the hot banana peppers that are so big and numerous they're making the plant flop over (back by the big tomato plant.) I think I'll try making some salsa using the peppers, tomatoes, basil and cilantro (which I didn't plant but it is coming up inside and outside the greenhouse.)

Outside the greenhouse is another lush paradise just loaded with blooms and fruits.

I planted a rhubarb plant up front against the greenhouse and it got HUGE. The potatoes are to the right of the rhubarb. Behind that is a raspberry bush that grew well but didn't produce any fruit this year, which is fine because I'd rather the plant get well established this year so that it makes it through the winter and will hopefully produce next summer. There are two lavender plants back in there, along with cilantro (that I didn't plant), two rose bushes, three different types of mint, peas (which I need to harvest today!) and a blackberry bush that didn't grow a lot but it was bare root so those take longer to mature.

A few weeks ago I made a strawberry/rhubarb pie using store bought fresh strawberries and rhubarb from the garden and OMG was it delicious! Maybe I'll try making some strawberry rhubarb sauce and can it. Or, I may take some of the rhubarb and wash it, cut it up into chunks and freeze it for use later this winter.

Because of all the moisture this summer, hay prices dropped so we were able to put up enough hay to get us through the winter and paid about half of what we paid the past couple of years. Later this week I'll do another post showing our two new hay "barns". We sheared the goats this summer and they look so cute with their curly locks growing back in. We also hatched out some chicks and added a few more to our flock - I'll post about chicks and goats later this week, too.

I know I've been neglecting this blog lately. With the exception of the posts I've done regarding product reviews, I haven't done much. My right knee is bone on bone and I need a knee replacement so this summer I didn't do nearly as much as I normally do so there wasn't that much to blog about!

Thanks for visiting - I hope you had a great Summer and are ready for Fall!

Wednesday, August 27, 2014

Mega Mesh Screen Door Review

Wow - I wasn't sure about this product but I was selected to review it so I accepted and have been impressed with it.

I didn't want to put it on one of our regular sized doors because I didn't want the dogs and cats to get out. So, I installed it on our sliding glass door and it works beautifully. It is a bit longer than our door height but that wasn't an issue.

It installed easily with the included velcro strips. One continuous strip goes across the top and I installed that on the metal of the stationary portion of the sliding door. I then installed velcro strips along the right hand side on the stationary part of the door frame. I then installed several velcro strips on the edge of the sliding glass door when it was open almost all the way. I could then either have the door all the way open or only partially open.

The dogs learned how to go through it in about two minutes so I am now able to leave the sliding glass door open all the way or halfway without having a gazillion flies enter the house. There are magnets installed where the two pieces of mesh meet in the middle and they are powerful enough to come back together quickly and easily after going through the screen.

We have a screen door for the sliding glass door but it was destroyed by previous dogs and we never repaired and reinstalled it because we figured the dogs would just destroy it again. So, we haven't been able to leave the sliding glass door open except when they fly population is small(er). The dogs love to go in and out into the fenced back yard so this has been a perfect solution. The flies collect on the outside of the screen but very few enter the house. Win/Win!!!

This product can be purchased on here:

If you want additional information on the magnetic screen, you can go to

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Saturday, July 26, 2014

Soap Nuts Liquid Laundry Review

Recently I had the opportunity to test out some soap nuts liquid laundry detergent from Green Virgin Products. 

I used 1 pump in a small/medium load of light colored clothes but it didn't remove some of the stains so I increased the next load to 2 pumps and it worked better. Used with a homemade laundry detergent booster, it works even better. 
I have used soap nuts for laundry detergent for over a year now and I do find that the liquid is a bit easier to use and both do a good job of leaving my clothes smelling fresh. I use wool dryer balls so I haven't used fabric softener in a few years and with the soap nuts detergent I still have static-free clothes without using harsh chemicals to clean and soften my laundry!
You can find the soap nuts and soap nuts liquid at the Green Virgin Products website. Please go to their website to read about soap nuts, what they are, how they work, etc.

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

Wednesday, June 25, 2014

Tiger Nuts - They're awesome - who knew?!

Last night my Tiger Nuts arrived in the mail. What are Tiger Nuts? Hee hee... not what you're thinking!

Here's what Tiger Nuts has for a Product Description:

Product Description
We are Tiger Nuts, and we are NOT Nuts!

Actually Tiger Nuts are probably the "Healthiest 'single source' snack food on the market", and they have been that way for over 4000 years and they are a Tuber, which makes them Vegan, but taste like a nut.

Tiger Nuts are 100% Gluten Free, 100% Organic, 100% NUT FREE, 100% Dairy Free, 100% Allergens Free, High Fiber (33%), Low in Calories & Fats, High in Nutrition and taste great too!

The people that like Tiger Nuts are into health and well-being, paleo, working out, can read the back label of a pack, struggle with celiac, diabetes, weight loss (they curb your appetite) and are generally looking for a snack that will hold them over to the next meal. It is enjoyable, tastes great and does you good too!

And from their website:

So what the....are Tiger Nuts?
Well, here’s the shocker! Tiger Nuts are NOT nuts at all! They are tubers and they grow on the ground, much like a potato. They are nature’s way of delivering a natural, great tasting, nutritious, GLUTEN-FREE, ORGANIC, health-snack alternative that gives you that boost of energy you sometimes need. Tiger Nuts are packed with fiber, which acts as a dietary aid, full of vitamins, have zero trans fats, and are perfect for people who are allergic to nuts or are diabetic. 
Are Tiger Nuts a SUPERFOOD Wonder Snack?
Well, pretty much, YES! We believe that there are no other health-snack products on the market that can offer you all the benefits of Tiger Nuts from one single source. They are the best tasting healthy snack food product that health-minded consumers, just like you, have been looking for to satisfy a snacking desire.
...and the only thing they’re choc full of, is natural goodness!

1. Tigernuts’ high content in fiber keeps your whole body healthy
2. Tigernut milk (also known as Horchata de Chufas) is a great substitute for cow’s milk
3. Tigernuts are a solid source of magnesium
4. Tigernuts can help control your blood pressure
5. Tigernuts may help protect you from cancer and cardiovascular disease
6. Tigernuts give you a potassium boost
7. Tigernuts are a good non-meat source of protein
8. Tigernut milk can help control diabetes
9. Tigernut rivals olive oil for “heart healthy” oils
10. Tiger nuts Can Help Fight Malnutrition in Under-developed Nations

I am really enjoying munching on these - so much so that I think I'll need to order a few more packages to have on hand! I've been searching for a healthy snack and I've found it!

If you want to try these yourself, follow this link to

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