Where did the Paiute Indians get their pine nuts?
from the pine cones that grow on the 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…
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The Paiute Indians wore clothing appropriate to their area, which was Northern California, Idaho, Nevada, and Oregon. In cold weather, this pretty much covered the body. The article on Wikipedia on the Paiute People shows a number of people, many dressed in traditional clothing. There is a like to it below.
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.
What can be substituted for almond meal in a recipe if nut allergy is an issue. Can it be substituted by a mix of peanuts and pine nuts and what ratio should the two nuts be?
It depends on which group of Paiute people you are talking about: For the languages of the Northern Paiute of California, Idaho, Nevada and Oregon, click here. For the languages of the Mono of California and Nevada, click here. For the languages of the Southern Paiute of Arizona, California, Nevada and Utah, click here.