Cinnabon Caramel PecanBonby John Smith Learner
For All You Health Nuts!
Pecans can, more or less, be traced all the way back to the 16th century. They come from the only tree that produces nuts naturally in the North of America. This is probably the reason behind them being so popular and loved in Northern America. The actual name is of Algonquin origins and was originally used to describe “all nuts requiring a stone to crack”. Pecans were more frequently used by many Native American tribes simply because they were readily available and accessible to waterways. It was also incredibly easy to extract them from their shells. The first time nuts were brought to the United States was in 1772. From then onwards they spread all around the world almost.
Used and circulated by Native Americans who mostly dealt with wild varieties of pecans
Early 1700s: Colonisers from Spain worked on the cultivation of orchards for pecans
1700s: Pecan trees were planted by English settlers
Late 1700s: Pecans were brought to the markets and, for the first time, were used for their economic potential
1802: French export of pecans to the West Indies
1822: Fresh new techniques, that helped in the quick budding of Pecans, were discovered
1846: Pecan tree grafted for the first time, successfully
1876: Pecans that were now planted were newly improved due to the new technology
1880’s: Pecans were finally commercialised.
Health benefits associated with Pecans:
Pecans are responsibility for the provision of up to 19 vitamins and minerals, including but not limited to Vitamin A, Vitamin B and Vitamin E
Pecans are also responsible for the promotion of heart health. The nut contains 60 percent monounsaturated fats.
Pecans are high in energy.
Pecans promote weight loss.
Pecans reduce cholesterol.
Head on over to Cinnabon and try their famous Cinnabon Caramel Pecanbon. Revel in the many health benefits of this nut! Rush before they run out!
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