Saturday, October 29, 2011

Nuts and Seeds

Fennel Seeds
Pine Nuts
Poppy Seeds
walnuts - English
Water Chestnuts
Brazil Nuts (South America)
Butternut/White Walnut (North America)
Hickory Nuts (North America)
Macadamia (Australia)
Peanuts (South America)
Walnuts - black (North America)

Those that need special consideration
  • Cashew Native to South America, but Portugal, Spain, and Italy  started cultivating it in last half of the 16th century

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