Mazafati date is one of the many types of dates,with its attractive black moisty appearance, soft texture, and great flavor, Mazafati date is by far, the most popular soft date in the world.
Mazafati Date palm can produce viable yields for over 60 years. Fresh or dried Mazafati dates can be eaten out of hand, or maybe pitted and stuffed or chopped and used in a great variety of ways, including with cereals, in puddings, breads, cakes, cookies, ice creams and candy bars. The pitting may be done in factories by crushing and sieving the fruits or with more sophistication, by piercing the seed out, leaving the fruit whole. Surplus dates are diced or made into paste, spread, powder (date sugar), jam, jelly, juice, syrup, vinegar or alcohol.
Each Mazafati date contains 0% fat, 97% carbs and 3% protein and provides 29 Calories. About 5.6 to 14.2% of Mazafati date fruit weight is the seed which is composed of 7.17 to 9% moisture, 1.83 to 5.3% protein, 6.8 to 9.32% fat, 65.5% carbohydrates, 6.4 to 13.6% fiber and 0.89 to 1.57% ash, as well as sterols, estrone and an alkali soluble polysaccharide.
7.7 to 9.7% of Mazafati dates seeds is oil. The fatty acids contained in the oil are 8% lauric, 4% myristic, 25% palmitic, 10% stearic, 45% oleic and 10% linoleic as well as some caprylic and capric acid.
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