Inca Nut Varietas
Inca nut is a semi-woody, vining, perennial plant in the Euphorbiaceae family native to the high altitude rain forests of the Andes in South America. It is grown for the large seed and seed oil, used in cooking. Raw seeds are inedible, but roasting after shelling makes them palatable. The viscous oil is yellow to orange in color and used for cooking.
Fruits are 3 to 5 cm ( 1.2-2 in) in diameter with 4 to 5 points. Green pods ripen to blackish brown.