Pepper is a berry-looking black nut called a pepper corn. When the pepper corn is ripe they pick it off the plant, dry it and ship it to the factories. The factory receives them and grinds them down to powder, package it, and send it to stores.
Corn nut was created in 1936.
Well a squirrel will eat just about any eatible nut they can find but i have also heard they eat dry corn,bird seed, and sunflower seed! But remember the most importend nut in the pack is a acorn! And that is also the most popular known! hope this helps
its a seed
The hazelnut's seed is contained within the nut, so it is both.
An acorn is a nut
Yes it does! :D
No, a "brazil nut" is not a nut at all, but rather a seed from a capsule.
It is not a tree nut it's a sunflower seed.
A nut is a seed or fruit of a tree.
In botany, a fruit is a structure that holds seeds. A sunflower seed is an achene type of seed. Corn and wheat seeds are grains. A walnut or hazelnut seed is a nut. Beans or peas have legume seeds. A peach or plum seed is a drupe. Tomato, grapes and citrus have seeds called berries.
Nutmeg is the seed of the nutmeg tree.
No. It is a type of nut.
no it is a seed
No, it's the seed of the tree so it's a nut.
Fruit, nut or seed. Can be all three.
Can people who have nut allergies use sunscreen with jojoba seed oil?
The seed of a plant is an embryonic plant that would grow into another specimen given time. It is protected by the plant's fruit. The nut is a kind of fruit and contains the seed.
No, it is not. Carbohydrates are derived from grains, whereas a poppy seed is a "seed" (like a "nut").
Anything that has a hard and woody and has ONLY one seed inside, is a nut. Thus, a chestnut is a nut.
The shell is a nut but the inside is milk. So it is a nut.