Native Nut Mix- Bounty from Nature
A collection of nuts eaten by the Native Americans across North America, from the sturdy black walnut of the east to the tender pinon of the Southwest. Collection may vary depending on the season and availability of nuts.
A Bit of History
While a startling number of nuts are imports brought by settlers and explorers, the North American landscape still hosts a variety of native nuts eaten by the indigenous people. Some are familiar, such as the black walnut and the pecan, while others, such as the hickory nut, are hard to find.