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I hate to burst your bubble, but I have always found those to be vile.
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Posted to Thread #21307 at 8:45 pm on Dec 29, 2011
You'd be better off just cooking dry or frozen ones. The only place I ever find fresh black eyed peas is the farmers market. Even in the South they are not readily available anymore, and even then, only in the heat of the summer.
Other messages in this thread:
- 21307. Fresh black eyed peas on sale!! Suggestions?NT [NT] - daricem - 6:38pm on 12/29/11 (5)
- Just cut up some bacon and fry it until it is starting to brown, add peas, water - Melissa Dallas - 7:37pm on 12/29/11
- you may be right...I saw them advertised as "fresh" at a respected (more) - daricem - 8:14pm on 12/29/11
- I hate to burst your bubble, but I have always found those to be vile. - Melissa Dallas - 8:45pm on 12/29/11
- Be sure they don't smell "moldy" either. They pull them out for Hoppin' John for the New Year - MarilynFL - 8:29pm on 12/29/11
- My grocer sells fresh black-eyed peas in the freezer case... - Richard in Cincy - 10:57pm on 12/29/11