Seeds: To Eat or Not to Eat

Seeds play a bigger role in your diet than you may think. Some are considered essential and some you need to stay far away from; see if you know which is which.

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The seeds of apricots, peaches and plums are often called stones. We pitch these seeds, but we make cobblers, smoothies and pies out of the sweet fruit.

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