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A variety of dried peas that splits naturally during the drying process. To use them, they should be washed, to remove any grit; then covered with boiling water and soaked for about 2 hours. They then need about an hours further cooking to make them edible. They make excellent soup, patties and a good addition to rustic-style casseroles. See our Recipe Section.
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