What nuts are considered tree nuts vs. other kinds of nuts?

interrogation by Denise B : What nuts are considered yellowwood nuts vs. other kinds of nut I’m trying to fig putout what nut are yellowwood nut and which ace are not. Some peoples have allergy to peanut and yellowwood nut to others. I kind to cook with nut and demand to knowing the separateness / s. Best Answer:

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All nut grow on trees.

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5 Responses to “What nuts are considered tree nuts vs. other kinds of nuts?”

  1. Beth G says:

    I believe tree nuts are like, walnuts, hazelnuts, cashews, etc. while peanuts are in a group of their own.

    Edit: Peanuts grow out of the ground.

  2. Little Willie says:

    quotes from link below:
    “The following common nuts are considered tree nuts under U.S. law: almond; Brazil nut; cashew; chestnut; filbert/hazelnut; macadamia nut; pecan; pine nut (pignolia nut); pistachio; walnut.”

    “The following are uncommon, additional tree nuts that require disclosure by U.S. law. However, the risk of an allergic reaction to these nuts is unknown: beechnut; ginkgo; shea nut; butternut; hickory; chinquapin; lychee nut; coconut; pili nut.”

  3. M M T says:

    The peanut is mislabeled as a nut – it’s actually a legume or bean. All other nuts are grown on trees. Some nuts are actually drupes, meaning the “nut” is covered by a fleshy fruit like covering which is removed and the nut is dried. Think butternut or walnut, almonds.

    As far as allergies are concerned, some people can eat almonds and others can’t. It just depends on the person and their allergies.

    Toasting nuts before use brings out the flavor. All it takes is a quick turn in a dry (no fat) skillet over medium heat and keep stirring every couple of minutes. As soon as you see a little color, remove from the heat. They will brown a bit more as they cool from the residual heat.

  4. malt_soda says:

    If people have allergies I would avoid nuts altogether. Also, make sure to check all your other ingredients for “may contain traces of.” You would be surprised what kind of ingredients have trace amounts. The problem if you use a nut that the person knows they can eat is that it might contain traces of a nut that they cannot eat. My husband will not eat anything that has any kind of nut in it, even though he may not actually be allergic to it, just to be on the safe side.

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