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Brazil Nuts, Soaking and Drying

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Did you know that the Brazil nut is a seed?   They come packaged in a pod that is prickly, and each one weighs around two to four pounds.  When the pod is split open, 12 to 24 Brazil nuts are packed together.  Each nut is in turn encased within its own thick dark-brown color individual shell.  Talk about a coat of armor! Brazil nuts feature a three-sided shape with sweet, nutty flavored white meat.  They are known for their hefty amount of selenium, in fact they have more selenium than any other nut… about 2,500 times as much!  Selenium…

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