Is a Peanut a Legume?

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When you are taking a look at your diet, you may find that you have some questions. If you like peanuts and wondered if they are considered legumes, your answer is yes. A peanut is most definitely considered to be a legume. 
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A legume is the fruit or seed of plants of the legume family (as peas or beans) used for food. Yes. A peanut is considered a legume.
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