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  • |title=Macadamia nut: Cooking Wiki |description=The macadamia nut is the edible kernel from the nut of the macadamia tree, a small evergreen tree that is a native of eastern Australia
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  • #REDIRECT[[macadamia nut]]
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  • |title=Spaghetti with Macadamia Pesto and Semi-dried Tomatoes Vegetarian recipe |Image = [[Image:Spaghetti with Macadamia Pesto and Semi-dried Tomatoes recipe.jpg|300px|alt=Electus]]
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  • ...ecause of the resulting rich taste, Brazil nuts can often substitute for [[macadamia nuts]] or even [[coconuts]] in recipes. Shelled Brazil nuts soon become ran
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  • * [[Macadamia nut]]
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  • ...fat and [[lard]] is about 40% monounsaturated fat. Other sources include [[macadamia nut]] oil, [[grapeseed oil]], [[groundnut oil]] (peanut oil), [[sesame oil]
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  • *The candle nut is similar (though "rougher") in flavour and texture to the [[macadamia nut]], which has a similarly high oil content. It is mildly toxic when raw
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