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Anthroplogy of Food

Nuts

and Seeds

In the News

see also
Peanuts
Tiger Nuts
Food Alergies

Peanut shells, with one split open revealing two seeds with their brown seed coats.

Some common culinary "nuts", including walnuts, hazelnuts, Brazil nuts, pecans, and almonds -- Wikipedia

NOUN: 1. A hard-shelled seed.

There are many sort of nuts - peanuts, cashews, pistachios, Brazil nuts and more.
ETYMOLOGY:   From Middle English nute, note, from Old English hnutu, from Proto-Germanic *hnutuz (“nut”) (cf. West Frisian nút, Dutch noot, German Nuss, Danish nød, Swedish nöt), from Proto-Indo-European *knu-, *kneu- (cf. Irish cnó, Latin nux (“walnut”), Albanian nyç (“a gnarl”)).

In the News . . .

SCOTT SMITH , Associated Press, StarTribune (18 January 2014)



  • Albala, Ken. Nuts: A Global History. London: Reaktion Books, 2014.

  • Nuts -- The Cook's Thesarus

  • The Macadamia Story -- Ian McConachie

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    A graph detailing the nutritional properties of nuts and oily seeds.

    A graph detailing the nutritional properties of nuts and oily seeds.
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