What is the origin of a peanut?

Answer [1] Peanuts are native to Latin America. [2] Latin America refers to the countries of Central and South America. It also includes the North American country of Mexico.

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What is the origin of peanut butter?

Peanut butter is made by grinding roasted peanuts until a smooth paste is formed. Some peanut butters contain chunks of peanuts, while others are creamy. The peanut butter known and loved today was... Read More »

What is the origin of peanut brittle candy?

Peanut brittle is an American invention from the mid 1800s. The first recipe resembling peanut brittle was found in "The Carolina Housewife" by Sarah Rutledge, which was published in 1847. While br... Read More »

If you son had a deadly peanut allergy and a child at school knew it and taunted him with a peanut butter?

First, the teacher seems like s/he has the situation under control. Thank him or her for that. That's what I would do. If there is a repeat, and the teacher doesn't escalate action (contacting p... Read More »

Jeff Dunham has a purple friend named Peanut. What kind of creature is Peanut?

Peanut is a purple skinned woozle. A woozle, which appears to be a reference to Winnie the Pooh, tends to be a weasel like creature.