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Big Mike's Speciality Sweet Heat Okra

SKU: 111858
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A Mustard Seed Company brings you Big Mike's speciality pickles. Michael Henry Gray Sr. (1959 - 2020) signature pickles are unmatched and sparkle once refrigerated for amazing presentation and unparalleled taste. Providing you with a unique sweet heat great for Charcuterie Boards, BBQ's, Burgers and More. This pickling process is his legacy, his wife, Mary Gray, & daughter, Marquita "Simone" Gray, are sharing with the world, one mustard seed at a time. This is the okra amazing flavor with the unique flavor of Big Mike’s.
  • Jar Sizing

    16 oz (473 ml) each / chacun
  • Product Includes

    Ingredients: Okra, Water, Vinegar, Sugar, Salt, Red Pepper, Turmeric, Black Peppercorn, Bayleaf, Mustard Seed, Dill, Emulsifier, Preservatives, Natural Flavoring and Yellow #5(Color).
  • Nutritional Facts

    Percentage Daily Values (%DV = % Daily Value)*Based on a 2,000 Calorie Count, Not a Significant Source of Cholesterol, Dietary Fiber, Total Sugars, Added Sugars, Vitamin D, Calcium, Iron and Potassium.
  • Benefits & Vitamins

    Pickled okra offers several potential health benefits and contains various vitamins and nutrients. Here are some of the key vitamins and potential benefits associated with pickled okra: 1. Vitamin K: Okra is a good source of vitamin K, which is essential for blood clotting and bone health. When okra is pickled, it retains some of its original vitamin K content. 2. Vitamin C: Okra contains vitamin C, an important antioxidant that supports the immune system, helps with the absorption of iron, and contributes to skin health. While the pickling process may reduce the vitamin C content slightly, some of it is likely retained. 3. Fiber: Okra is a good source of dietary fiber, which is important for digestive health and can help promote satiety. Pickled okra retains its fiber content, which can aid in maintaining a healthy digestive system. 4. Low in Calories: Okra is naturally low in calories and can be a good choice for those looking to manage their weight. Pickled okra can be a flavorful, low-calorie snack or addition to meals. 5. Potential Probiotic Benefits: If the okra is pickled using fermentation rather than a vinegar-based brine, it may contain beneficial probiotic bacteria, which can contribute to gut health and overall well-being. It's important to note that pickled okra, like other pickled vegetables, can be high in sodium, so it should be consumed in moderation, especially for individuals who need to monitor their sodium intake. Additionally, the specific nutritional content of pickled okra can vary based on the recipe and preparation methods used. As always, it's best to read the labels and choose pickled okra made with natural ingredients and minimal added salt and sugars.
  • Caution

    For best quality taste and amazing shine refrigerate before use. This product has 1 year of shelf life.
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