If you can find it, opt for a soup with a legume base like lentil or black bean.
The legume is kidney-shaped, and the cells are divided from each other by thin membraneous partitions.
The pod or legume, which splits into two valves, with placenta on one side.
Pod, specially a legume, 122; also may be applied to any sort of capsule.
The legume has only one or two seeds, and it is so small as generally to be hidden by the calyx.
Carefully dig up a root of clover, cowpea, soy bean or other legume and wash the soil from it.
legume, a simple pod which dehisces in two pieces, like that of the Pea, 122.
Some farmers in order to get more available nitrogen in the soil plant a crop of some legume.
Specimens were found in the daytime in stumps, dead cacti, and the hollow branches of the legume, Apoplanesia paniculata.
legume, a plant belonging to the bean, pea and clover family.
plant of the group of the pulse family, 1670s, from French légume (16c.), from Latin legumen "pulse, leguminous plant," of unknown origin. One suggestion ties it to Latin legere "to gather" (see lecture (n.)), because they can be scooped by the handful. Used in Middle English in the Latin form legumen (late 14c.).