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Are pine cone seeds edible?

Some are edible, and pretty tasty, too. Pinon pines grow in the Southwest U S & have large seeds in their cones which were, and still are, gathered by the Native American people who live there. Other residents of the area gather and eat them also. I've tried them several times, and like them. The ...

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