Walnut Kernels are the edible, wrinkled, brown-colored nuts, enclosed in a brown seed coat. They are obtained from the walnut trees, belonging to the Juglandaceae family, in the genus, Juglan. The kernels have two bumpy lobes that look like abstract butterflies. They can be cut in different sizes such as halves, broken or fragments.
Go for brown, amber-colored walnut kernels. Avoid cracked, shriveled and discoloured walnuts kernels. When buying in packaged form, look for the "use-by" date on the packaging of walnut kernels. They are available in different forms like half, broken and minced, choose according to the requirement.
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