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Dog nuts (dungaromberiaceae)Dungaromyberiacea are a family of small nuts which are found in Australia and New Zealand, the European countries and Asia.
They are often called dog nuts.
Dungaroms are usually ground up, chopped, smoked, roasted or ground up in a grinder to create the dried product.
Dungoromberies have been grown for more than 4,000 years in Australia, New Zealand and Europe, with their cultivation and processing having expanded since the Middle Ages.
The seeds of the genus Dungoromyberia are used in many traditional medicines, including some in Chinese medicine.
In the 19th century, the species was considered sacred to the Chinese people.
Dried dog nuts have a high fat content and have a mild taste.
Some people like to add them to salads or to a smoothie.
They can be used to make nut milkshakes and smoothies and can be baked and used to flavour cookies, muffins, cakes and pastries.