Goober peas

Not a fan of Georgias ‘boiled peanuts,’

Do enjoy Walmarts ‘Great Value Dry Roasted Peanuts,’

Tossed in a sprinkle or two cinnemon not to shabbie mom would say,

Starving,potatoes with stewed tomato’s not enough,

Nearly one am hungry,

Got to eat some nuts,

Why are they called Goober Peas?

Inquiring hungry Val’s want to know,?

Pretty interesting,

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4 thoughts on “Goober peas

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  2. In the South, boiled peanuts are often called “goobers” or “goober peas.” Goober is the Gullah adaptation of “nguba” – the African word for peanut. Peanuts aren’t nuts! They’re actually part of the legume or bean family. Unlike other nuts, which grow on trees, peanuts actually begin as a ground flower.

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      1. I didn’t see it. But that’s the way we talk. I think it had to do with the cilvil war and that’s all they ate or starved. I never knew that the peanut was a legume. I thought they were nuts. My mother boils them for supper and they remind me of black eyed peas as far as taste.

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