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The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 8




I discovered black-eyed peas !

Posted By: SalG
Date: Friday, 22 January 1999, at 12:16 a.m.

Move over soy, we have a new wonder crop.

They were right there in CRFYT. I am an O and my wife is an A: HB for both of us. I was getting pretty tired of rice and needed something new. B's and AB's should be able to find other HB beans.

Black-eyed peas are high in protein and fiber, and NO fat. My wife is doing Weight Watchers (WW) and has had success. (I am riding her coat tails and she is riding mine. I tried WW without ERFYT guidelines and failed miserably.) Interestingly enough, under the WW point system, black-eyed peas are ZERO points and tofu is TWO points.

I really black-eyed peas. The texture is a lot better than tofu. You can have them as a main dish with rice, a side dish, or sprinkle them through your salad. I'm not one, but I think they are perfect for type O vegans.

If anybody says "What left to eat?", they're not looking hard enough. The only down side is the long prep time and possibly more gas. (At least for me. Does anybody have any experience with Beano?)

This has been a public service announcement. Enjoy!


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