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Guiana Chestnut

Pachira aquatica
Family: Bombacaceae
Origin: Tropical America

Guiana Chestnut is cultivated for its edible nuts which grow in a very large, woody pod. The nuts are said to taste like peanuts, and can be eaten raw or cooked or ground into a flour to make bread. The leaves and flowers are also edible.

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