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Wednesday, June 16, 2010, 7:38pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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I enjoy eating both Field Peas and Black-eyed Peas but only B-ePs are mentioned in the list as 'highly beneficial' for O's.

I have not ever heard of Field Peas till I came across them in the store the other day. And I did not see them in the list of O's.

They were in the same type packaging as the Black-eyed Peas I usually buy and they look the same if you are not looking for one or the other. And on the internet they are given separate categories.

So is there a difference in consumption benefits when concerning O's?  
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Field peas are in the same family as black eye peas. Black eye peas have normally been harvested at the dry stage while field peas are harvested at the immature or "green" stage of development. Field pea varieties that I have heard of and grown as a kid are Purple Hull, Crowder, Mississippi Silversides, Cream Peas, and Pinkeyed Purple Hill. My grandparents were farmers and raised them commercially. Nutritionally I really can't tell you the difference.
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Hey thanks for all the great descriptions! I guess I will have to do further research. Because it's not in the little handbook either. So have to see if I could find the blood type encyclopedia.

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Quoted from Lola
consider neutral unless a noticeable reaction....listen to your body


Thanks! I will do that!  
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