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  1. Aug 20,  · Mongongo nuts are very popular with the San bushmen of northern Botswana and Namibia. Archaeological evidence has shown that they have been consumed for over 7, years. They taste great, store well, and remain edible for much of the year. And they are easy to cook. But there are two ways to prepare them.
  2. The difficulty of extracting the kernel is one reason why exploitation of mongongo has been limited in the past. In harvesting for KNO, women have continued to dominate, and constitute 80 per cent of the mongongo collectors in Sesheke. Harvest time comes in April and May, with a single tree yielding as many as nuts per year.
  3. May 25,  · Mongongo Nuts Hi there, anybody that knows these nuts? Apparently they grow in the north of Namibia, nothern Botswana and southern Zambia. I would like to know if it is commersially available in Namibia and where would I be able to taste or buy these nuts. Thanks.
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  6. Jan 04,  · mongongo nuts are found in elephant droppings. try africa. 0 0 0. Login to reply the answers Post; Still have questions? Get your answers by asking now. Ask Question + Join Yahoo Answers and get points today. Join. Trending Questions. Trending Questions. Is .
  7. (Schinziophyton rautanenii) / Mungongoma (Sh) / Umgoma or Umganuompobola (N) Mongongo trees have been used by Kalahari peoples for centuries. The wood makes excellent fishing floats, canoes, toys and musical instruments. The fruits are consumed especially during times of drought. The nutritious nut is pounded; the oil is extracted and used in cooking.
  8. The mongongo tree, mongongo nut or manketti tree (Schinziophyton rautanenii) is a member of the family Euphorbiaceae and of the monotypic genus Schinziophyton.A large, spreading tree, the mongongo reaches 15–20 metres tall. It is found on wooded hills and among sand dunes, and is associated with the Kalahari sand soil-types. The leaves are a distinctive hand-shape, and the pale Family: Euphorbiaceae.

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