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Also included: What 'hog peanuts' are
pea vine
Hog peanut is a member of the pea family and looks like a thin, vining garden bean. It has two types of flowers. One type, pictured here, is borne high on the plant and produces seeds in small, flat, bean-like pods. - photo by ARTY SCHRONCE/special
Question: What is a hog peanut? Answer: Hog peanut (Amphicarpaea bracteata) is a native vine noted for producing edible peanut-like seeds underground. It is also known as American hog peanut, hogpeanut, hog-peanut, talet, ground bean and wild peanut.
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