. Once upon a time, however, pistachios used to be bright red -- not a natural red, but a dyed red that left your hands (and potentially your face) a vivid hue of cherry. But they're not around anymore. So what gives
Pistachios are native to the Middle East and Asia, and up until the 1970s, the United States imported most of its pistachio nuts. Though
was enforced in 1979 due to the Iran hostage crisis. While the ban was lifted in 1981, it was enforced again from 1987 to 2000, and then reinstated by President Obama in 2011 in response to Iran's nuclear program.
Today the United States is the second largest producer of pistachios -- after Iran -- and around
Thinking the market for them just drop off and best are green chile favor pistachio - - - - - -
In case any one is wondering where I have been since wed been in the hospital (3 days) for another flare up in my lungs and though this is it but OK for now,so no more weed and haven't had a smoke since 5-1-20 - - - - - - -