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Macadamia

Australian genus of trees in the family Proteaceae; grown commercially for their fruits (Macadamia, Australian bush or Bopple Nut). The leaves and seeds contain cyanogenetic glycosides and are a potential cause of cyanide poisoning. Includes M. integrifolia, M. ternifolia, M. tetraphylla, M. whelanii.
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50) has five new shades Cantaloupe Kiss, Praline, Macademia Beige, Real Red and Bordeaux
Mouth-watering dishes include Spring Spinach and Scallion Soup; Stuffed Bell Peppers; Chinese Chicken Wings; Steamed Bananas in Rum Chocolate Caramel with Macademia Nuts, and much, much more.
A detoxifying massage balm containing macademia, grapefruit, basil, sage and black pepper is used all over your legs and stomach area.
The five rich products contain a mixture of marine and plant extracts, green tea, macademia extracts and more but it's the effect of the therapists practised movements that seem to bring the biggest benefits.
The company has developed DNA based testing methods that can detect and differentiate trace amounts of peanuts, hazelnuts, Brazil nuts, almonds and Macademia nuts in all kinds of foods.
Verdict: Despite the lack of British sunshine, its blend of macademia nut oil and vitamin E repaired dehydrated, cracked lips with only one application.
Macademia nuts are crunchy, tasty, high in fat and low in carbohydrate.
We want to show that the garden is beautiful in the fall as (in) the rest of the year,'' said Millie Hamilton, handing out macademia nut cookies to visitors from the tea house.