What Is Legume?

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Legumes are plants that are flowering and produce edible seeds. Examples of legumes are nuts, soybeans, lentils, clover and alfalfa. They are high in protein and vitamin B. You can find more information here: http://www.enotes.com/science-fact-finder/food-nutrition/what-legume
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legume is a vegetable used for food, or the fruit or seed of plants know as legumes such as peas or beans.
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Popular types of legumes include adzuki beans, green beans, peas, lentils, mung beans, kidney beans, lima beans, edamame and chickpeas. Legumes are available fresh, frozen or canned
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Vegetables; plants with seed pods, such as peas and beans. Thanks for using ChaCha!
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A legume is any of the thousands of plant species in the legume family, Leguminosae. Legumes have seed pods that, when ripe, split along both sides. The legume family is the third
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leg·ume
[leg-yoom, li-gyoom]
NOUN
1.
any plant of the legume family, especially those used for feed, food, or as a soil-improving crop.
2.
the pod or seed vessel of such a plant.
3.
any table vegetable of the legume family.
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