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No, cashews and walnuts are tree nuts. Peanuts grow underground and are legumes.
CashewsNo, cashews are not related to peanuts. In fact, cashews are a member of the Poison Ivy family1.1. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cashew
No. Hamsters can't eat cashews. They can only eat peanuts that are not salted.
Some scientists did a survey and found that on average people prefer to eat cashews. It depends on what aspect you are comparing them... They are both rich sources of protein for vegetarian people. Cashews are a bit costlier than peanuts and hence peanuts are better for your budget.
If the ratio of cashews to total nuts is 16 to 50, and there are only cashews and peanuts in the bag, then the ratio of peanuts to total nuts is the number of total nuts minus the number of cashew nuts, or 50 - 16 = 34 to 50 To find the percentage of peanuts, divide the number of peanuts by the total number of nuts and multiply that number by 100 to obtain (34/50) x 100% = 68% Note: Depending upon how sly your teacher is, this is a "trick question" because neither cashews nor peanuts are actually "nuts". Peanuts are legumes and cashews are seeds. Therefore, the answer might be: "None of the nuts are peanuts, because peanuts are legumes, like peas or beans, not nuts."
You can react to any type of nut - usually peanuts, pine nuts and walnuts. Cashews are used in place of peanuts in some cases because of those with allergies. Cashew butter is sold just like peanut butter... You have to be careful with a nut allergy because most processing plants don't segregate nuts in storage, sorting or packaging. If they do, they will say they do on the product. Yes - you can be allergic to a compound found in cashews that is not found in peanuts.
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