Prosopis velutina, commonly known as velvet mesquite and closely associated to other Mesquite trees like Prosopis pubescens commonly known as screwbean mesquite. The pods on these trees are edible, however, different trees have different tastes and some may not appeal to some people. They can be dried and ground up and used as flour or they can be eaten raw.
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