Have You Tasted Pistachio Muffins? - Part 2 – Food Variety 22

Monday, October 24, 2022

You may read previous posting (Part 1):

- Have You Tasted Pistachio Muffins? - Part 1 – Food Variety 22 | Tanza Erlambang Update



Fig 01- The Pistachio muffin on the table


In term of economic value, California get US$ 3.6 billion per year from pistachio seeds industry as reported by FarmProgress (2018).


Pistachio seeds price is increasing recently, from US$ 2.65 per pound in 2018, to be about US$ 9 per pound in 2021, and predicted more in coming years.


Two factors caused price increasing:

- increasing demand

- cost of production is getting expensive due to increasing water price to keep plants healthy.



Fig 02- Pistachio nuts, sold in Walmart


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Fig 03- Homemade Pistachio muffin


Moreover, It is estimated by Todd Fitchette (2018: California pistachios a $3.6 billion industry, report says) that highly profitable to grow Pistachio trees in the USA farms.


Back to muffins, do you like Pistachio seeds or Pistachio green muffins or both of them?


What do you think?


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15 comments:

  1. Pistachio muffin seems delicious, as they are also homemade.
    I have heard of Pistachio shipped from Middle East, but not of pistachio's trees that grow in California farms. Information I didn't know.

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  2. ...no, but I like pistachios.

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  3. I haven't tasted it, but they look beautiful.
    Greetings.

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  4. Hola! tienen una pinta super rica. Besos

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  5. Pistachio is native to Hawaii I believe. They were considered as pest originally.

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  6. I've never tasted it, big it seems delicious

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  7. At our home, muffins appear often and in various forms. Also pistachio.

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  8. The muffin look yummy, I like pistachios! Take care, enjoy your day!

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  9. I do eat the nuts quite often.

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  10. Someone in the house consumes them before I get a chance to touch the pistachios.

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  11. I Iove both if I can get to them before they are gone!!

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  12. I.'ve never had a pistachio muffin but love pistachio nuts.

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