Inshell Walnut

Arabic: إنشل الجوز
Dutch: Walnoot in de dop
Portuguese: Noz Inshell
Spanish: Nuez Con Cáscara


Inshell walnuts are whole walnuts that still have their hard, woody outer shell intact. They are often eaten as a snack or used as an ingredient in recipes. Inshell walnuts have a slightly bitter taste and a crunchy texture, and are a good source of protein, healthy fats, fiber, and several essential vitamins and minerals. The nutmeat inside can be accessed by cracking open the shell using a nutcracker or other tool.

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