The Seeds You Should Be Eating
They have 10 grams of protein per ounce.
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You shouldn’t eat them straight from the fruit: Once the seeds are shelled and dried, your body digests them more easily and absorbs more of their nutrients.
Buy sprouted seeds (which are pale in color) online or at your local farmer's market. If you have the patience, soak the seeds in water for a few days until the black shell comes loose. At this point, the seeds are ready to eat.