Peas

Green and Dried Peas: Protein, Fiber and More

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The article offers information on the nutritional content of peas. As legumes, it has higher in protein than an egg. Green peas are a leading source of lutein and zeaxanthin, phytonutrients that ...

Perfect peas

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The article offers health benefits from peas which delivers a good dose of vitamin K, folic acid and vitamin B. Peas contains substantial dose of vitamin C which is responsible to reduce the risk...

Secrets to Sweet Pea Success

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WHEREVER YOU LIVE, YOU CAN GROW BOUQUETS FULL OF THIS FRAGRANT AND COLORFUL CLASSIC FLOWER.

An exquisite fragrance, ruffled blossoms, and a palette of glowing colors (not just pastels!) make sweet peas the most irresistible and memorable of garden flowers. A small bouquet of the fluted beauties perfumes a room with a scent that reminds me of orange blossoms and honey. Sweet peas' soft, seductive fragrance never overpowers or cloys, and isn't replicated in any artificial perfume.

Exploring the English Pea

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The article presents the author's view on the versatility of English pea in cooking. He discusses the significance of English peas in several cooking techniques from soups, main course, and even ...

prime time for peas

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Spring-sow a crop of tender, sweet shelling peas to savor their classic flavor at its peak.

ANTICIPATION FILLS THE AIR in spring. Months of eating store-bought produce and last season's preserves have whetted our appetites for the first sweet mouthfuls. Peas, sown when the air and soil are still chilly and picked just weeks later, are one of spring's fresh treats.

"When you're hoeing the garden on a warm spring day, there's no better snack than a freshly shelled pea," says Organic Gardening reader Jackie Smith of Belle Plaine, Minnesota.

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