It varies with the size of the can and the size of the peas. But interestingly the NET weight is not the weight of only the peas, but rather the peas, PLUS the liquid in the can, and most cans have about an equal amount of peas and liquid.
'Like two peas in a pod' is a simile.
Two peas in a pod means to be very similar in something. In a literal sense, two peas in the same pod are identical. This expression is then used when two people, two animals, or objects are very alike.
Two peas in a pod mean they are very close friends,.... and it is a meatophorBy: Darkstar59
Carrots are orange and peas are green.
The cast of Two Peas - 2010 includes: Emily Taaffe as Mary
Dos guisantes en una vaina is how you say two peas in a pod in Spanish.
As an idiom, nothing. The saying is two peas in a pod, which is a way of saying that two people are very much alike, as similar as a pair of peas from the same pod.
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It's two peas in a pod. It means that two things or people are nearly identical, or that they are nearly always together, very close to one another.
The phrase two peas in a pod means that two people or items are identical or very similar. It dates back to as early as the 16th century.
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The noun 'pea' is a countable noun. The plural form is peas.Examples:They're like two peas in a pod.The recipe calls for one cup of peas.
spinach and peas
Two peas in a pod.
Peas in a pod.
Quarter a potato or two and slowly simmer then in peas to soak up some of the salt
The types of peas are: snap peas, snow peas, and garden peas (some people know it as green peas, English peas, or shelling peas).
Two peas in a pod
they grew rice, wheat, barley, peas, and cotton