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Almonds are actually in the rose family and are often called "the queen of the rose family." The fuzzy hull around the almond nut feels kind of like a peach, and that’s because other family members of the almond are the peach (and the apricot).
The Brazil nut trees grow to a height of 150 feet and have a trunk diameter of nearly eight feet.
The shell of the cashew nut is toxic, which is why the nut is never sold in the shell to consumers.
The cranberry gets its name from Dutch and German settlers, who called it "crane berry." When the vines bloom in the late spring and the flowers' light pink petals twist back, they have a resemblance to the head and bill of a crane. Over time, the name was shortened to 'cranberry'.
Hazelnuts are also known as "filberts." Some speculate the name originated from “full beard,” which refers to the husk (or “beard”) that entirely covers the nut in some varieties.
Peanuts account for two thirds of all nut consumption.