To harvest pine nuts, producers must first crack the pine cones, typically with heat. Then, the pine nuts themselves need to be shelled. After shelling, pine nuts have a short shelf life, because of their high oil content. To keep pine nuts from going rancid, you should store them in the fridge or use them quickly. You can also purchase unshelled pine nuts in some parts of the world. Unshelled pine nuts will also be less expensive, since less labor was required to bring them to market.
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