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Jewish Recipes --> Spices and Ingredients -- > Acacia seeds

Acacia seeds (often known in Australia as wattle seeds) are the seeds of the acacia, a genus of shrubs and trees. They are often dried and used in food, or ground into flour.

Long a staple of the Aboriginal diet, acacia seed flour has recently gained popularity in Australia due to its high nutritional content, hardiness, availability, and low toxicity. Due to its low glycemic index, it is also often incorporated into diabetic foods. As a flavoring, roasted acacia seeds are often added to ice cream, granola, and bread.

 

 

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