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English Peas produce a large grass-green bulging pod that encases round and deliciously sweet and tender peas. The tough pods are not edible.
A peak season in Spring, English Peas are typically available year-round with sporadic gaps throughout the year.
Peas like beans are divided into two categories: those with edible pods and those without. The pea we are familiar with known as the English pea, green pea, and garden pea, falls into the latter category. Most commercial peas are called English Peas or garden peas. Today, of all the green peas grown, only five percent come to the market fresh; more than half is canned, and most of the rest is frozen.
As a fresh vegetable source of protein, English Peas are second only to Lima Beans.
English Peas can be enjoyed fresh, braised, sauteed, or pureed.
Locally grown at McGrath Family Farms in Camarillo, California, McGrath Family Farms has been growing exceptional produce since 1972. One hundred percent organic, this successful farm grows fifty to sixty-five different produce items on its thirty-five to fifty-four acres of fertile land.
Recipes that include English Peas. One is easiest, three is harder.
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