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Homegrown/Homemade: How to Prep Peas

Danielle Sherry, Sarah Breckenridge, and Robyn Doyon-Aitken. Videography by Gary Junken. Edited by Cari Delahanty
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Welcome to our video series Homegrown, Homemade. We’ve teamed up with Fine Gardening to show gardeners and cooks of all skill levels how get the most out of their crops from seed to plate. In this series with Fine Gardening‘s Danielle Sherry, Danielle shows me how to grow and harvest peas. Then, we move into the kitchen, where I show Danielle how to make the most of her homegrown peas.

Episode Four: How to Prep Peas
Shelling peas have a tendency to taste starchy if you don’t prepare and eat them the day they’re picked. But there are a few things you can do to preserve their freshness and flavor. In this episode, I show Danielle how to blanch and freeze peas for later use.

Other episodes about peas
How to Plant Peas How to Care for Pea Plants How to Harvest Peas
Episode One: How to Plant Peas   Episode Two: How to Care for Pea Plants   Episode Three: How to Harvest Peas
How to Prep Peas Pea Soup Recipe
Episode Four: How to Prep Peas   Recipe Demo: Pea & Mint Soup with Lemon Cream

For more on growing peas, see our sister site, VegetableGardener.com.

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