What is nuts in Spanish? This is a question many people ask, but few can give a clear and straight answer. Nuts are part of the cashew family, and like other foods from this family are used throughout the Spanish language. The meaning of what is nuts in Spanish depends on who you ask, and what country you are talking to.
First, we should look at exactly what a nut is. In English, a nut is simply an endosperm. These are held together by a “casein” protein that makes the nut hard. Cashews are in fact one of only two seeds used whole. Another type is cashew nut oil, which is another type completely.
To clarify what is nuts in Spanish, let us look at some words associated with nuts. Anise tastes like anise, after which there are different flavours associated with each variety. Fenugreek has a unique flavour, while the pungent flavor of the cayenne pepper is very pungent. Then there are words like manzanita, halachas and garbanzo. All these terms have a slightly different flavour when spoken, and can be used interchangeably if you know what they mean.
The main word associated with cashew fruit is guacamole. This is the sweetest and most flavourful part of a cashew. The Spanish word for cheese is churros, so we have the words molli, queso and rondo. Then there are words like nieve and serrano, which refer to white and sour sweets. There are other words like ruta and rue and even una carta, which means empty.
The final group of words for what is nuts in Spanish include words that sound more like an exotic fruit rather than a nut. These include words like grande, granular and patatas. Patatoes is a fruit, granules are seeds and grandes are a type of salsa. Cashews are a legume, granular or otherwise and patatas are spicy sauces.
So what is nuts in Spanish can appear as a part of a sentence, but it will always sound out wrong. This does not mean that all Spanish is wrong, only that it has the odd spelling. It is necessary to check for yourself and check which versions you use in your own applications. It might also help to get someone who speaks both English and Spanish to look over what you are doing and to correct any mistakes you might make. Then you will be well on your way to speaking the language as fluently as possible.