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    Default Pea recipes...

    So tell me what you do with peas - we have heaps and heaps in the garden. We are going to have to eat them every night to even attempt to get through them so after some good suggestions.

    Also, you know when you buy split green peas - are they just the inside of normal peas dried out? Do you think I could do this with my dehydrator?

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    my nana makes this delicious risotto rice dish with peas hahaha honestly couldn't tell u what's in it-


    fried rice ??

    pea and ham soup

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    could you put them into freezer bags and freeze for use whenever

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    You have a dehydrator? Oh man! Seriously jealous!! I'm yet to get one!!! The things I culd do in a dehydrator....


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    Quote Originally Posted by EmPowering View Post
    could you put them into freezer bags and freeze for use whenever
    Yeh i can freeze them if I need to but the problem is we have sooooooooooo much stuff almost ready in the garden we just won't have room for everything. Our aim is to just use whatever we grow while it is in season which means for the next two weeks its all snow peas, sugar snap peas and normal peas.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shinebrite View Post
    You have a dehydrator? Oh man! Seriously jealous!! I'm yet to get one!!! The things I culd do in a dehydrator....


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    You should get one - I use it heaps!!! You could dehydrate foods and they are still considered 'raw' from what I have read.

    Last year we tried corn and it turned into poppy corn.

    We dehyrdate pumpkin seeds and stuff too for tail mix.

    My favourite is dehydrated beetroot crisps.

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    I love peas in risotto or a paella... I think they add a really great flavour.

    We also used to do a side dish of stir-fried cabbage (usually wombok), bacon and peas... though that's more of a winter thing.

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    O M G!! I LOVE beetroot chips!!! I use my friends and she uses my Thermomix! We're doing these next

    http://www.rawfoodrecipes.com/recipe...doughnuts.html

    Im looking at buying one very soon, nearly got it on the weekend but I couldn't carry it with 3 kids!


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    Quote Originally Posted by shinebrite View Post
    O M G!! I LOVE beetroot chips!!! I use my friends and she uses my Thermomix! We're doing these next

    http://www.rawfoodrecipes.com/recipe...doughnuts.html

    Im looking at buying one very soon, nearly got it on the weekend but I couldn't carry it with 3 kids!


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    I do use my thermo more, but yeh dehydrator is great. I originally brought it because at my market stall I sell dehydrated organges dipped in chocolate, but now I use it a fair amount.

    WE don't eat much raw here, but my friend uses hers heaps for her raw diet.

    What is Irish Moss?

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    I eat them from the garden, or use them in rice dishes, stir fries, or steamed.


 

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