cashew

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  • noun

Synonyms for cashew

tropical American evergreen tree bearing kidney-shaped nuts that are edible only when roasted

kidney-shaped nut edible only when roasted

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Cashew trees are native to Brazil and grown in hot, humid climates, and researchers will need to consider whether upping the production level of this rainforest crop (as well as generating the energy needed to produce and transport the oil) is an ecologically sound practice.
Juan Luis is a member of the Aprainores co-operative in El Salvador that shares 250 cashew trees with four other families.
It was part of a wider scheme by charity Alupro to raise cash to plant mango and cashew trees in Africa to supply povertystricken natives with food and medicine.
All of the existing cottages and villas which are set amidst coconut and cashew trees on sloping terrain have sea views and direct access to the beach which can only be accessed through the property.
With 55 private villas set among coconut palms and cashew trees, it was like arriving in a different world, a bit Jurassic Park but without the dinosaurs.
Their plan called for a three-pronged strategy directed at religious devotees, surf junkies and eco-tourists drawn by killer whales, penguins, sea turtles and golden-faced monkeys singing in cashew trees.