How to Dry Black Walnuts for Consumption?

Answer Fall brings black walnut harvesting season to many areas of the United States where the black walnut tree grows. Wearing gloves is important when harvesting the walnuts, whether you are shaking the... Read More »

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How to Cut Black Walnuts?

The black walnut tree also is known as the American walnut and produces golf ball-sized nuts that are encased in thick hulls. The hulls are a light green color when they first develop but darken to... Read More »

Where do black walnuts come from?

Black walnut trees are native to North America, according to the University of Minnesota Extension Service, and the trees grow from the Dakotas south to Texas and Florida (and most states in betwee... Read More »

How do I Harvest & Eat Black Walnuts?

Black walnuts grow on large trees that are often found in parks, on streets or in backyards. Before eating a black walnut you must remove the husk, wash the nut and then crack open the shell to get... Read More »

When do you pick black walnuts?

Black walnuts ripen in their husks and are harvested in September and October. When black walnuts are ripe, the husks fall from the trees. Once collected, the husks must be removed. After removing ... Read More »