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 Are sesame seeds considered nuts?

Answer Although the terms "nut" and "seed" are used interchangeably in some contexts, as with trees, sesame seeds are not considered nuts. Sesame seeds come from the flowering annual or perennial sesame p... Read More »
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Are Sesame Seeds Tree Nuts?

Sesame seeds grow in pods on plants and their cultivation is traceable back more than 4,000 years to the farmlands of Assyria and Babylon. Today, India provides most of the world's sesame seeds. Th... Read More »
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How to Dry Herbs, Seeds and Nuts?

Drying is the easiest method of preserving herbs to use at a later time. Simply expose the leaves, flowers or seeds to warm, dry air. Leave the herbs in a well-ventilated area until the moisture ev... Read More »
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Can you live off of nuts and seeds only?

Yes it is called Fruitarianism. Fruit & seeds are only the sexual disperse of the plant. The plant is not harmed by eating fruit/seeds. Fruit is the pinnacle, shining star of nutrition, so yes yo... Read More »
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Are sunflower seeds tree nuts?

Sunflower seeds are not tree nuts, they are the seeds of a very large flower. The seeds are left on the flower head to dry. It is common to wrap the flower in cheesecloth or a paper bag to protect ... Read More »
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