Tuberous pea, a.k.a. Earthnut 🌍🌰 Pea, is native to most of Europe and western Asia. The species is an old food plant and has been cultivated since the 17th century. It grows a 1.2–2 in. long root tuber 🥕, which is both nutritional and good-tasting. The tubers are gathered in spring or autumn and eaten as they are, boiled, or fried. They taste like sweet chestnuts. It seeds that can cause a nerve disease if eaten in large amounts—though, they'd have to make up around 30 to 50 percent of your diet.👉👉🏿👉🏼👉🏻Double tap to like.