Figure 9: Debris of E. ferox nuts after popping: (A) A handful of nuts (eight in number) generally popped together (N=50 fragments varying from 1mm to 1cm, the rest being <1mm). At the top right of the image, note a complete roasted nut of the same size group (diameter=11.49mm) as well as the final popped Makhana; (B) Close-up of nut fragments showing inner concave side; (C) One roasted Makhana nut (N=5 fragments) after popping. (Image credit: authors)
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