In cooking, acacia generally refers to the yellow blossoms of the acacia tree, which may be made into fritters. An extract is also a food additive known as gum arabic, used for emulsifying, stabilising and thickening. The leaves of Acacia pennata are sour leaves used in omelettes, curries, soups and stir fries in the cooking of the Far East.

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