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Peas Growing Resources

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Buying Organic Food on a Budget

Step into any supermarket these days and you’re sure to find a wide variety of organic foods on the shelves. From produce, milk and meat to breakfast cereals and snack foods, consumers have their pick of certified organic products—a far c...  Read more

6 Super Foods Blooming this Spring

April showers might bring May flowers, but they also bring spring fruits and vegetables and the start of farmer’s market season throughout much of the country and that is equally—if not more—exciting. As we switch from warm soups an...  Read more

An Introduction to Companion Planting

Companion planting, briefly, is the act of planting different crops in your garden in close physical proximity, based on the theory that they will help each other. The main use of this method is for deterring pests and disease without resorting to sy...  Read more

How to Grow Your Own Herbs for Cooking

The next time a recipe calls for fresh basil, skip the poor substitute of dried basil, forgo the last-minute dash to the supermarket for some overpriced wilted basil, and just pluck a few tender leaves off of the basil plant you have growing in your...  Read more

Cultivating a Child-Friendly Backyard

Imagine that you are the same age as your child… What grade were you in? Who was your teacher? Your best friend? Favorite game? Imagine that you are outside… Did you have a place that you considered your own? A treehous...  Read more

Growing my bangs for this!
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Planning on getting this cut! Right now my bangs aren't long enough. Growing them now!...  Read more

...dried peas, dried lentils, salsa, corn tortilla
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...dried peas, dried lentils, salsa, corn tortillas, light sour cream, butter, margarine, cashew or almond milk, etc....  Read more

We have a very short growing season in upstate New
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We have a very short growing season in upstate New York. Do any of you start seeds inside? Hoping to get more veggies from my garden this year....  Read more

I especially like to grow heirloom tomatoes, espec
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I especially like to grow heirloom tomatoes, especially beefsteaks and larger tomatoes. Cherry tomatoes are fun too--sungold, it isn't heirloom, but it grows really well here....  Read more

Herbs...I grow catnip, of course. The kitties req
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Herbs...I grow catnip, of course. The kitties require it. :-)...  Read more

Foods to Omit From your diet

Beets, corn, carrots, parsnips, peas,split pea soup, instant potatoes, Rutabaga are all high glycemic....  Read more

Green peas instead of chips!

My 5 year old likes to cook. He helped me put several items on a roasting pan...one of which was frozen peas....while it took the carrots and other veggies longer to roast, I left the peas in with them...the peas were crunchy and delicious. Now I r...  Read more

Thyroid Community

Got a thyroid disorder? Come share, learn and grow with our member driven, information oriented team....  Read more

What We're Reading: September

It's been busy here at SparkPeople, but we've still made time to keep up with the latest and greatest healthy living titles. Here's what we've been reading--what's on your bedside table? Forks Over Knives: The Plant-Based Way to H...  Read more

Have You Taken Your Nutritional Pulse?

The edible seeds of legumes like dry beans, dry peas, chickpeas, and lentils are called pulses, a name derived from the Latin word puls which means thick soup or potage. Pulses are very popular in Mexican, Middle Eastern, or East Indian cuisine and p...  Read more