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Pine Nuts


Nuts harvested from the low-growing Pinon pine. These nuts are indigenous to the high plains desserts of the Sierra Nevada where small quantites are still harvested by hand. China is now the largest producers of commercially available pine nuts.
Pine nuts have a very delicate flavor and can be used toasted and sprinkled over salad as well as added to cookies and other pastries.
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Substitute for pine nuts

Any other nut but you won’t replicate the delicate flavor.

Equivalents

5 oz   =   1 cup

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