Where do black walnuts come from?

Answer 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 »

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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 »

How can I gather black walnuts?

Gathering black walnuts for use is a three-step process that includes identification of the tree, harvesting the nuts and removal of the husk and shell. The husk and shell are difficult to remove a... Read More »

What are black walnuts good for?

Walnuts are among the healthiest nuts, combining "good" fats and antioxidants benefits for the heart, brain and muscles. In addition, the black walnut is a versatile food, easily mixed into a daily... Read More »

How to Dry Black Walnuts for Consumption?

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 »