Rich source of protein, full of good fibre, low in cholesterol are some of the goodness of pumpkin seeds.
It could help boost immunity, it could help prevent allergic complications and it could taste good.
I was curious, while working in Kuwait, to find my local area colleagues, busy peeling the outer shell on pumpkin seeds and munching on them.
And now I find this, ready to eat, slightly salted and roasted, shelled and attractively packaged pumpkin seeds.
And I can tell you that it’s addictive, so good and tasty; crunchy too.
A fistful of pumpkin seeds and sunflower seeds are part of my health diet.