edible seed

NOUN
  1. many are used as seasoning
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How To Use edible seed In A Sentence

  • The flesh contains tiny, edible seeds and you can even eat the skin.
  • An Asian plant (Vigna radiata ) in the pea family, widely cultivated for its edible seeds and pods. It is the chief source of bean sprouts.
  • Bamboos and other canes often have edible seeds.
  • From the first, the English word nut meant an edible seed surrounded by a hard shell, and this remains the common meaning. On Food and Cooking, The Science and Lore of the Kitchen
  • An Asian plant (Vigna radiata ) in the pea family, widely cultivated for its edible seeds and pods. It is the chief source of bean sprouts.
  • The remaining half consists of mixed pulses - the edible seeds of pod plants - and seeds which are germinated before use.
  • Really, the word quipu scarcely enters the English language at all, unlike quinine or the edible seed quinoa, which if its current popularity continues may well end up pronounced kwiNOa in English KEENwah is preferred for the time being. languagehat.com: QUIPU.
  • Edible seed or nut of Anacardium occidentale, a tropical and subtropical evergreen shrub or tree in the sumac family, native to tropical Central and South America.
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