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2007-11-05 14:40:55

Yes. They are found in pine cones which come from pine trees. (see: http://www.answers.com/topic/pine-nut)

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Yes, as they come from pine trees.


Yes they do. They come from the cones on many pine trees and are apparently very nutritious to eat.


ALL pine trees are cone-bearing -that's where the pine-nuts come from. AND that is WHY they are classified as coniferous.(Coniferous means cone bearing.)


No. They are actually seeds from pine trees.


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Pine nuts are actually seeds from pine trees.


Pine nuts are edible seeds from pine trees. In Europe pine nuts are harvested from the Stone Pine or the Swiss Pine. In Asia pine nuts are harvested from the Korean Pine in northeastern Asia and are harvested from the Chilgoza Pine in the western Himalaya. Also in Asia pine nuts are harvested from the Siberian Pine, the Siberian Dwarf Pine, the Chinese White Pine, and the Lacebark Pine. In North America pine nuts are harvested from the Colorado Pinyon, Single-leaf Pinyon, the Mexican Pinyon, the Gray Pine, the Torrey Pine, the Sugar Pine, and the Parry Pinyon. In the United States, pine nuts are mainly harvested by Native Americans. The tribes that harvest pine nuts include the Shoshone, Paiute, Hopi, and Washoe tribes.


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Most nuts grow on trees, including walnuts, almonds, pecans, macadamias, hazelnuts and Brazil nuts. Pine nuts also grow on trees: they grow in the pine cones of certain pine trees. On the other hand, peanuts grow underground, so they are also called "ground nuts." Technically, they are not nuts but a legume or bean, so another name for peanuts is goober peas.


Yes, of course pine trees are real. That's where pine needles and pine cones come from.


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No, Brazil nuts come from the Bertholletia excelsa tree. Apples come from apple trees! Both apples and Brazil nuts do grow in Brazil.


They come from pine trees, so wherever pine trees live. Most likely in colder climates.


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good question. they do a matter a fact!


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Trees with needles, like pine and balsam.


yes, if you mean growing on trees there is the pine cone. other then that we import it to our stores.(:


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yes. Pine nuts do grow in Nevada.


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