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Peas with edible pods

PEAS WITH EDIBLE PODS


Peas with edible pods

PEAS WITH EDIBLE PODS

Peas belong to the vegetable family known as legumes whose plants produce pods with enclosed seeds. They are divided into two categories: those with edible pods and those without them.


Peas with edible pods

PEAS WITH EDIBLE PODS

An edible-podded pea is a cool season vegetable. The peas are planted in the spring. They grow on a vine and require a trellis for support.


Peas with edible pods

PEAS WITH EDIBLE PODS

Peas will be 2 to 3 inches long when ripe. They should have a crisp pod encasing four to six peas inside. Snow peas have a flat pod while sugar snap peas have a rounded pod.


Peas with edible pods

PEAS WITH EDIBLE PODS

The soft and tender pods of snow peas or sugar snap peas are often eaten raw. They may also be stir-fried or steamed. Pod peas are nutritious and filling.


Peas with edible pods

PEAS WITH EDIBLE PODS

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