No. Chestnuts are nuts that grow on trees. Water chestnut is a type of vegetable.
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Fresh water chestnuts are fine. Canned water chestnuts require a kosher for Passover hechsher.
Water chestnuts come from a plant. Therefore, they are suitable for vegetarians.
You will be able to find water chestnuts in some grocery stores during certain times of the year. Asian markets will have water chestnuts all year long.
yes they are
Sea water will not freeze.
they are in the vegetable food group.
Water does not freeze instantly..
there's no kind of water can't freeze. sorry actually there is water that cant freeze running water and water falls cannot freeze
Water can freeze
If its the crunch you are seking, you might like water chestnuts.
Rice and water chestnuts to name a few.
yes because it is not a nut.
Chestnuts are actual nuts and grow on trees, are smoother and used in baked goods. Water chestnuts are more of a vegetable, are crunchy, have a higher water content and used in stir fry.
The water chestnut is reproduced by an underground stem... or also known as corm.
Water will freeze faster than salt water.
One of the main differences between chestnuts and water chestnuts is that the water chestnut is not a nut. A water chestnut is an aquatic plant that grows in marshes under the water. The regular chestnut actually grows on a tree and is classified as a nut.
All water can freeze, depending on the temperature.
water freeze faster
water will freeze when it is at its freezing point which is 0 degrees
Pure water freeze faster.
No, absolutely not.
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I believe it is water chestnuts wrapped in bacon; then broiled. It's an hors'deuovre.