The Q&A Archives: Fruit From Black Walnuts

Question: I have a bag of the green fruit from a black walnut tree. I have put them in bowls for decorations but they are starting to get moldy. Is there anyway to preserve for decorating purposes? You had a tip on husking that included running over with a car but I don't understand exactly what part of the fruit used for cooking, is it the nut inside the green outer shell, or do I need to break the nut inside to get to the actual edible part? Are black walnuts typcally used for cooking? What is considered the seed for planting and how do I go about starting a tree?

Answer: glone.

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