What is the difference between Peas and Beans? - ProProfs Discuss
Advertisement

What is the difference between Peas and Beans?

Asked by Isa , Last updated: Mar 17, 2021

+ Answer
Request
Question menu
Vote up Vote down

3 Answers

Jori

Jori

Have keen interest in writing, traveler by heart.

Jori
Jori , Writer, M.A, Zürich

Answered Nov 18, 2020

Some people easily misidentify beans and peas just because they are legumes and seeds. There is a lot of difference between peas and legumes. Peas are also regarded as vegetables, but they are still a naturally occurring fruit. Peas usually thrive during the cooler season. They are round in shape. The average weight for a pea is weighed within 0.1 to 0.36gm. When it comes to sowing, peas are sown deep either in double or narrow rows. When it comes to stem, the stem for peas is hollow stems. Beans are seeds and pods of herbs. There are different types of beans, like French beans, runner beans, dry beans, and broad beans. Beans have more solid stems, and they also lack tendrils. When it comes to cotyledon development, beans have their cotyledon emerging from the ground.
upvote downvote
Reply 

N. Jarah

N. Jarah

N. Jarah
N. Jarah

Answered Jul 01, 2020

Beans are classified as large bean plants. The term bean is utilized to describe the seed of broad beans. Beans contain seeds that you can eat. This bean includes the garbanzo beans you have in your salad to the French style green beans you have with your dinner. Beans are also considered the edible seeds of pods and herbs. Beans are planted after the last frost of the winter and thrive during the spring and summer. On the other hand, peas are a naturally occurring fruit, but they are considered a vegetable. Typically, peas are served on the side in the form of little round green pellets.

Sugar snap peas are also gaining popularity to eat in salads or to use in a stir fry. The pea crops thrive during the colder seasons. This season is why they are planted during the winter or before the beginning of summer. The most important distinction among the two is that peas have hollowed stems, while beans have more solid stems.

upvote downvote
Reply 

M. Delilah

M. Delilah

M. Delilah
M. Delilah

Answered Jul 01, 2020

Peas and beans are both legumes and have some similarities, which make them confusing to identify sometimes. First of all, beans are known to be large seed plants. Beans are actually a term that is used when referring to the seed of the broad bean. Beans are also known to include the pods and palatable seeds of herbs. Cocoa, coffee, and other leguminous trees or shrubs are also referred to as beans, due to their similarities.

There are several kinds of beans, which include the French beans, drying beans, runner beans, and broad beans. Peas belong to the sativum species and the Pisum genus. When it comes to the kitchen, peas are known to be vegetables and also seen as a fruit occurring naturally. Most times, you find the peas in the pea pods occurring as round seeds. This crop is usually planted before summer set or during winter because it grows well during cooler seasons. A single seed of peas generally weighs between 0.1 and 0.36 grams on average.

upvote downvote
Reply 

Advertisement
Advertisement
Search for Google images Google Image Icon
Select a recommended image
Upload from your computer Loader
Image Preview
Search for Google images Google Image Icon
Select a recommended image
Upload from your computer Loader
Image Preview
Search for Google images Google Image Icon
Select a recommended image
Upload from your computer Loader

Email Sent
We have sent an email to your address "" with instructions to reset your password.