This is quite the conundrum.
I think it’s a Nut, but what do I know
Sometimes I feel like a nut, sometimes I don’t. But this is definitely either a pea or a bean.
Stole my answer!
So here’s my secondary answer.: On the one had it’s a chickpea, on the other, it’s a garbanzo bean. We could compromise and call it a peabean (a garbanzo-chick?)
Hey happy Jake Cake day! It’s a banner day at the ol Bender house.
The experts who categorize such things place them on the “canned vegetables” aisle, so that answers that.
I guess it does depend on whether we’re speaking botanically or culinarily - I know they’re peas but I certainly cook them like beans.
Well, first we have to check if they’re full of beans or peaness.
I don’t think you people are taking this seriously. If we don’t solve this, we’re in big trouble!
Just make a nice hummus and be done with it.
IT’S NOT THAT SIMPLE! WHAT ABOUT SALADS?!
Salads aren’t nice. Salads say, “I don’t want to go out with you any more and I am ordering the cheapest thing on the menu so as not to feel indebted.”
Counterpoint: There was a burger place in my hometown that put caesar salad on a burger and it was amazing.
It doesn’t want to be labeled, man. It just wants the freedom to be itself, you know? With so many bad vibes in the world, why add to to that? We’re all one, just love each other. Peace to all.
It’s a hip-pea.
We already have one of those and they are disgustingly anti-salad. We don’t need another.
I love peas. My Significant Otter also loves peas. Kirby the bird also loves peas. We cook lots of peas. Without enough peas, the peace is disrupted, right before the peas. Please cook peas to maintain the peace.
It’s deconstructed falafel!
Why, that sounds like appeasement!