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Nut (fruit) - Wikipedia

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A nut is a fruit composed of a hard shell and a seed, which is generally edible. In a general context, however, a wide variety of dried seeds are called nuts, ... Nuts used for food, whether true nu...

horse chestnut facts, information, pictures | Encyclopedia.com ...

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The name hippocastanum is thought to refer to the horse chestnut's ability to heal horses ... The fruit of the horse chestnut is a dark brown smooth-surfaced nut ... Chinese herbalists consider horse chestnut to be a part of treatment not only for ...

QI: Quite interesting facts about nuts - Telegraph

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Apr 7, 2011 ... Warning: may not contain any actual nuts Photo: Tony Rolls/Alamy ... Peanuts, almonds, pistachios, cashews, horse chestnuts and pine nuts are not nuts. ... up on top if you shake the packet; this is called the Brazil nut effect.

Is 'chestnut' a 'nut'? | Allergy Foodie: Thrive with top 8 food allergies!

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Oct 22, 2011 ... I remember coming across a calcium-rich grain called Ragi in India. ... As stated in the FAAN website, 'The water chestnut is not a nut; it is an ...

A Guide for Successfully Growing Nut Trees: Chestnuts

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Oct 12, 2014 ... The Chestnut section of Nut Growers Guide provides Knowledge ... "Named cultivars" are grafted clones of trees whose characteristics are desirable for many reasons. Since they are genetically identical, and chestnuts will not ...

Nuts and Seeds - Ingredients Descriptions and Photos - An All ...

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The so-called seeds aren't really seeds, but the fruit of the 2 foot high Carum carvi ... (Cashews) The cashew tree is relatively small, usually not growing over twenty to ... Chestnuts that are flat on both sides are the inner nut of a "three cluster".

Revival of the American Chestnut - American Forests

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Chestnuts dominated eastern hardwood forests not only in numbers; an estimated .... The bush (and nut) I'm talking about is called the “chinquapin” and I' m ...

Tree Nut Allergy - Kids With Food Allergies

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Always read the entire ingredient label to look for the names of the tree nut(s) you ... But, there are many foods and products that are not covered by the law, so it is ... Bush nut. Butternut Cashew Chestnut Coconut* Filbert Ginko nut. Hazelnut

New Zealand Chestnut Council - fact sheet

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The chestnut is probably the most important nut crop found throughout the ... pests and diseases (such as chestnut blight and gall wasp) which would not only ... The large edible seeds are called chestnuts and are produced annually on the  ...

Nut Growing: Nut Species

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This native species is the most dependable nut plant for Illinois. ... So-called hardy northern pecans are native to the bottom lands in southern Illinois along ... should be grown in areas where chestnuts were not native to avoid Chestnut blight.

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Nut Photos - Wayne's Word

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In chestnuts (Castanea) and beech (Fagus) the involucre is spiny, while in filberts and ... Unfortunately it does not use the term "nut" as a distinct fruit type. ... Fruits with a distinct endocarp layer surrounding the seed are called drupes.

Nuts vs. Drupes: What's the Difference? | Serious Eats

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Apr 14, 2010 ... Walnuts are technically a drupe, not a nut. ... all day and I kept thinking about how names for some things sometimes come to mean something else. ... Some examples of botanical nuts are chestnuts, hazelnuts, and acorns.

Chestnut | Define Chestnut at Dictionary.com

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Chestnut definition, any of the several deciduous trees constituting the genus ... 1350-1400; 1880-85 for def 6; earlier chesten nut, Middle English chesten, Old ... but probably both places are named for the trees, not the other way around, and ...