Hickory Nut


Hickory Nut -

There is an almost innumerable variety of hickory nuts, but all the types of noteworthy food value can be classified under the name of Pecans, Thick Shell Shagbarks, or "Western Hickory," and Thin Shell Shagbarks. Pecans are treated under a separate heading. Of the other two classes, the Thin-shell are considered the more desirable, the meat being whiter as well as more easily obtainable. The Thick-shell or Western Hickory often though bears very large nuts - frequently to a length of two inches.

The hickory-tree is a species of the walnut family and is found only in the United States.


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