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meribelle
Thursday, October 25, 2007, 9:12am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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I cannot find any information on peas that we have here in Texas.  There are 'Field Peas,' 'Lady Peas', 'Purple Hull Peas".  Are they acceptable to O nonnies?  They are not the green round ones.  These tend to be looking more like a black eyed pea.


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I d treat them like green peas........consider those neutral, unless you perceive an inflammatory reaction or whatever.


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I was wondering the same thing.  I bought some the other day and had them for lunch.  They were delicious!!  I treated them the same as black-eyed peas.


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Quoted from accjulie
I was wondering the same thing.  I bought some the other day and had them for lunch.  They were delicious!!  I treated them the same as black-eyed peas.


That's what I might have done. Usually unknowns are treated as neutrals though.
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my bet  is that they are better than neutral, after seeing how many names there are for black eyed peas in the world...
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Exactly.
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meribelle
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Well, I have been overdosing on them lately.  I made a pea-dip for the office and nobody ate it, so I am eating it!!!  Not too good for me, especially since I added cheese.  


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Cheeeeeeese???????????
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add some home made mayo next time if you want your dip creamy.


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Ron-A-Non
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Aduke beans, field peas, and crowder peas are also the same kind of bean.  Very good.
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Ron I grew up raising crowder peas, pink eye purple hull peas etc. in the garden and my grandfather raised them for money on his farm. They are not Adzuke beans, they are most like the immature(non dried) version of black eyed peas. Now I know why I didn't really like to eat them. I just thought it was all the hard work picking and shelling bushels and bushels of them. I also know why my B father prefered butterbeans(immature lima beans). Snicker...he just found out the roast I served him a month ago was goat!
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