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Organic Green Split Peas.
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Reviews For Organic Green Split Peas
Based on 5 Reviews
I love to make pea soup and these peas cook up tender and tasty. Just add to your favorite pea soup recipe and enjoy
Best split peas
I've made split pea soup for many years and these are the best greenest dried peas with the best flavor I have ever had!
Beautiful green split peas
Love these! They are the greenest healthiest looking split peas I have ever seen. Usually I have to pick out many yellow or brownish peas then wash and wash but these had very few 'bad' guys in the bag and appear to be much cleaner too although I still rinse thoroughly.
Makes dinnertime easier
Our household loves split peas, but I didn't like the unorganic varieties I could get from the store. It was starting to concern me about my family's health. These were a better alternative, and they're even certified organic! Just boil water and simmer with these, and you'll have full and yummy split peas within an hour. It makes dinnertime a whole lot easier.
- Kathleen Defoor
Good for meals
These are so easy to work with, and they've made it really simple to add vegetables to my kids' meals without them complaining about it. I don't have to worry too much about preparation, and it goes really well in pretty much any soup I've tried it in. They bake nicely, and they end up nice and cooked - without being soggy.
- Daniel Pierce
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