Definition of breadnut
Note: Each breadnut berry contains a single large seed that is often roasted and ground to make a coffee substitute or boiled and eaten. The seeds are also sometimes ground to make a meal for bread. The leaves, fruit, and young branches of the breadnut provide forage for cattle.
Note: The breadnut was formerly treated as a seeded form of the breadfruit (Artocarpus altilis) but is now typically considered its ancestor.
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