Also known as the cobnut or the filbert, the hazelnut is mostly used in confectionery goods, including praline, truffles, Nutella, and Ferrero Rocher. It is also used in Frangelico liqueur and some brands of coffee creamer. Hazelnut oil can be used for cooking. Turkey is the largest producer of hazelnuts in the world. However, you can find them almost anywhere. Hazelnuts can be used raw, roasted, or ground into a paste. The kernel of the hazelnut seed is also edible. Hazelnuts are rich in protein, vitamin E, manganese, and other essential nutrients.

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