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Sugar Snap Peas



We really like the sugar snap peas that now grow. You eat them pods and all, but they are very different form snow peas, since there are large peas inside the edible pods. It’s great not to have to shell them. but they have to be string on both sides. I serve them either raw with a dip or sauté them briefly in butter, sprinkle with salt, and serve. They really should be sautéed for 2 or 3 minutes or only until they are heated through. Over cooked peas lose their color and texture.