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Nuts

What is nuts? Nuts is one of the many names used to indicate oily achenes produced by different plant species. Also commonly called dried fruit, not to be confused with dehydrated fruit, these foods are today considered a valid ally against metabolic pathologies ; in the section on nutrition we will find out better why

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Fruit - Fresh and dried fruit - Nutritional properties

Fruit in the diet In dietetics, nutrition and nutrition, fruit is generally divided into: Fresh fruit (associated with the fleshy, acidulous and sugary products of plants) Dried fruit (dried fruits such as hazelnut, some drupes of fleshy fruit like walnut, etc.) Preserved fruit NB. The following will be considered the fresh fruit and dried fruit, while for the description of the preserved fruit, see the article concerning the seasonality and the methods of preserving the fruit
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Cashews

Generality Cashews, or cashew nuts, are known throughout the world with different nouns: acajou or cashew nuts, casher nuts, noix d'acajou, noix d'Arabie, anacarde occidental, Tintennusse, Mahagoininnusse, Mahagoni Kernel, Kernel westindische, elefanten lause. Cashews - which belong to the so-called category of dried fruit - from the botanical point of view are the fruits (or rather the achenes) of the Anacardium occidentale Linn
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Hazelnut flour

Hazelnuts Hazelnuts are the fruits of an arboreal plant belonging to the Betulaceae family, Genus Corylus, Avellana species; the binomial nomenclature of the hazelnut tree is Corylus avellana . Called hazel in the common language, it is a medium-sized tree with heart-shaped, toothed and deciduous leaves
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Dried figs

What are? Dried figs are foods of vegetable origin obtained by processing the fruits of the tree commonly called "fig"; this plant belongs to the Specic Ficus carica , of which several varieties differ. It should be pointed out that what we have just called fig fruit is actually a large infructescence called siconius; the true fruits of the fig grow inside this infructescence and are commonly called seeds (in reality they are achenes, dry fruits inside which the seed is enclosed)
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Fruit - Fresh and dried fruit - Nutritional properties

Fruit in the diet In dietetics, nutrition and nutrition, fruit is generally divided into: Fresh fruit (associated with the fleshy, acidulous and sugary products of plants) Dried fruit (dried fruits such as hazelnut, some drupes of fleshy fruit like walnut, etc.) Preserved fruit NB. The following will be considered the fresh fruit and dried fruit, while for the description of the preserved fruit, see the article concerning the seasonality and the methods of preserving the fruit
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Nuts

What is nuts? Nuts is one of the many names used to indicate oily achenes produced by different plant species. Also commonly called dried fruit, not to be confused with dehydrated fruit, these foods are today considered a valid ally against metabolic pathologies ; in the section on nutrition we will find out better why
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walnuts

Generality Walnuts are the fruit of the plant "walnut or white walnut". Like pine nuts, almonds, pistachios, etc., walnut is a seed, or rather an achene, belonging to the "dried fruit" group. Walnut is a plant that belongs to the Juglandaceae family, Genus Juglans, Species regia
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Peanuts: nutritional properties, role in the diet and how to use them in the kitchen of R.Borgacci

What are What are peanuts? Peanuts - or American peanuts - is the common name of edible seeds (cotyledons wrapped in a fibrous covering) produced by the peanut plant ( Arachis hypogaea ), herbaceous legume of South American origin (Fabaceae family). There are many varieties, of which the most important from the commercial point of view are American: Spanish, Runner, Virginia, Valencia, Tennessee Red and Tennessee White
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Macadamia nuts

Generalities and Description Macadamia is a genus of plants originating from the Australian continent, more precisely from the Southern New Welsh (state of Australia located in the south-eastern part of the country). Belonging to the Proteaceae family, the genus Macadamia has four species of plants that produce edible seeds (called macadamia nuts ), respectively: Macadamia integrifolia , Macadamia jansenii , Macadamia ternifolia and Macadamia tetraphylla
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Pecan nuts

Generality Pecan nuts are plant foods in the dried fruit group. They have a high energy value but also an excellent concentration of essential fats; the taste is rich and buttery. They can be eaten alone or in preparations such as desserts, first and second courses. Pecan nuts are the fruit of a plant native to the United States of America and their trade in Italy is mainly supported by imports
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