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Oleaginous fruit, de.: Ölfrucht



The term oleaginous fruit is used in the context of the production of cooking oil. An oleaginous fruit is the part of a plant that is used to produce a vegetable oil. It can be a fruit (for example olives), seed (for example sesame) or nut (for example walnuts).


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