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I am currently visiting my uncle in the Bay Area, California. On his acreage are a lot of California bay laurels. And as it turns out, bay nuts are edible:

https://www.pressdemocrat.com/lifestyle/4750923-181/santa-rosa-man-finds-new

I am going to try these, and thought others in the area might be interested, too.
 
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Thanks for sharing.  According to that article bay nuts may be chocolate of the future.  We have had some discussion on substitute for chocolate.

https://permies.com/t/tastes-like-chocolate
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