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acacia and wattle 

The Oxford Companion to Food

Alan Davidson

, Tom JaineTom Jaine

Acacia spp. There are over 600 species, most of them native to Australia but others distributed throughout Africa, S. Asia, and the warmer parts of the Americas. They belong to the family Fabaceae (Leguminosae) whose members, including the familiar beans and peas, characteristically produce seeds in pods.... ...

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