Pea Recipes

The pea season does not last long, so make sure you take advantage of it while it is in its full swing.

In its raw form, sugar peas are edible, and I personally gladly remember how we, as children, loved to open young pea pods, take out the peas and eat them straight from the pods. Please note, as children we did not even know about the concept of raw food, we just knew that we liked raw peas right from the pods 😊

Interesting: When I was in Denmark for the first time, I was surprised to see raw peas in pods being sold in the street, packed like popcorns! πŸ˜ƒ

Raw peas in pods are sold by street vendors, packed in paper bags. People buy them and snack on them while walking. I don’t know if this is a custom in any other country, I only saw this in Denmark.

Personally, I prepare (cook without cooking πŸ˜‰) peas as follows:

  • I take the peas out of the pods.
  • I put the peas in a plastic bowl and cover them with some filtered water.
  • I put the bowl with peas covered in water into the freezer for at least 8 hours, so that the peas freeze together with the water.
  • I take the bowl of peas out of the freezer and let the ice containing the peas thaw.
  • I remove the water from the thawed ice, and use peas.
  • I make some of the recipes from my Raw for Glow recipe book and add peas.
  • Typically: I make some zucchini pasta with some delicious dressing and then I add peas with some fresh vegetables.Β 

Easy and delicious! πŸ‘ŒπŸ‘©β€πŸ³

The pictures below are here to inspire you to make your own raw-vegan-culinary magic πŸ‘Œ

With love,
Your Health Glows Chef

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