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From the earliest times and before agriculture was even used by the Greeks to obtain better food resources, “nuts” were a stable food and a nutritional source in the diet of manhood in the dark age. At that time, nuts were abundant, as there were many more forests than today and were valued for their easy storage, which allowed people to keep them during periods when food was difficult to find. (Winter, rainy season, etc.)

Description & Varieties

In the nut category, we understand everything from seed to legume or tuber. Peanuts, for example, are legumes, Brazil nuts and macadamia nuts are seeds, and almonds are the seeds of peach-like fruit.

Some Of The Most Known Nuts:

Almond

Scientists view almonds as a stone fruit, as do cherries, peaches and prunes.

Because most people only know the seed (stone) of this fruit, it is generally accepted as a nut.

Almond on the tree, looks like small green peaches. At ripe, the shell opens and reveals the nut in its shell.

Bunya Bunya Pine Nut

The bunya bunya tree is part of the pine family and grows almost everywhere in Australia. Originally, the trees came from the Brisbane area and Rockhampton in Queensland in Australia. Only the female trees produce a 2 cm x 2.5 cm nut in the pine cone.

Formerly, the pine nuts of the bunya bunya pine were a stable food for the aborigines and also used in ceremonies. These days, nuts are gaining popularity thanks to the trend of native food in Australia (bush food) in recent years.

Red Bopple Nut

The bopple red nuts are a relative of the macadamia nut, and native to the tropical rain forest of the east coast of Australia.

The walnut is about the same size as a hazelnut and has a thick woody husk (0.5 cm 0 1 cm) with a bright red outer skin, which appears only if the nut is fully ripe.

Coconut

“He who plants a coconut tree,” the saying goes, “plants food and drink, containers and clothing, a habitation for himself and an inheritance for his children.” Indeed, every part of the coconut is used, but only coconut milk and coconut meat are foods. The shell is used as charcoal, the husk is used to make ropes, clothing and brushes, and the tree trunk and leaves are used for house roofs and building materials respectively.

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