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nullzero:

--- Quote from: fruitlovers on February 21, 2012, 06:43:27 PM ---As fas as taste is concerned, more of a novelty. But apparently baobab is very high in nutrition. Not for small back yards though as the tree eventually becomes giant sized, although maybe not in one lifetime?
Oscar

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I presume would do well for long term food forest tree. I always like drought tolerant perennial food crops. Trying to sprout some Acacia colei seeds right now, in the future would love making Acacia colei and Mesquite flour food. Sounds like Baobab is good dried and mixed into flours.

bsbullie:
I bought some baobab coconut granola today at Whole Foods...very yummy.

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