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Aesculus glabra

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The tree species Aesculus glabra is commonly known as Ohio buckeye, American buckeye, or fetid buckeye. Glabra is one of 13–19 species of Aesculus also ...

Chestnuts, horse chestnuts, and Ohio buckeyes : Yard and Garden ...

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In almost every case the 'chestnut' turns out to be the non-edible horse-chestnut or buckeye. True American chestnut (Castanea dentata) is rare here.

Heloise: Buckeyenuts poisonous, edible | Amarillo Globe-News

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Jan 3, 2012 ... They are considered a good-luck charm.□ Ohio is called the "Buckeye State," and the nut is the Ohio State University mascot.If you guessed ...

How to Preserve Buckeye Nuts | LIVESTRONG.COM

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Jun 25, 2015 ... Buckeyes are the nuts that grow on the buckeye tree. ... to the eye of a buck, after a leeching process to make the poisonous nut edible. Today ...

The World´s Tree Species: Edible Chestnuts vs. Horse Chestnuts

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To tell the difference between an edible chestnut (from Castanea Sativa) and a non-edible chestnut (Horse Chestnut or Buckeye) you need to take a close look ...

Buckeye Nuts - Lucky Mojo

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The California Indians leached both acorns and buckeyes, but there were many other easily edible nuts in the Midwest and East, including hickory, walnut, ...

Chestnuts, Conkers, and Buckeyes - Dave's Garden

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Dec 19, 2007 ... Aboriginal Americans, however, were able to leach the toxin from the nut, rendering the nut meal edible. They also used the powdered horse ...

red buckeye | Bernheim Arboretum and Research Forest

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Aesculus is Latin for “oak with edible acorns” and is also thought to be an ... Red buckeye ranges from Virginia to Florida, through eastern Texas and north to ...

Appalachia & Beyond: Poisonous Plants Series Part 2 {Nuts, Seeds ...

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Mar 11, 2011 ... I traced them back to a bag full of buckeyes she'd stored in her bookshelf! .... around here I've found it tangled amongst the Wild Grape (edible).

How to Make Peanut Butter-Chocolate Buckeyes | Serious Eats

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Sep 15, 2010 ... Peanut butter and chocolate. It seems almost cliché. That's what I was thinking when we made buckeye candies for a friend's wedding a few ...

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How to Leach Buckeyes | eHow

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The buckeye tree is the state tree of Ohio, and its nuts have been used by Native Americans as food, ... In order to be edible Buckeye nuts need to be leached first.

Read before foraging: How to identify the poisonous horse chestnut ...

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Oct 25, 2013 ... Horse chestnuts, conker trees, buckeyes—call them what you like; ... few majestic old chestnut trees are dropping edible seeds this time of year.

Are buckeye nuts edible - Answers.com

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The seeds and bark are slightly poisonous and bitter tasting. The properties can be eliminated by heating and leaching. The Native Americans roasted, peeled ...