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Frozen peas, my love affair continues…

You know that you can add them to ANYTHING that you want it to cool down quickly, don't you? Well, anything savoury, I suppose.

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8 Responses to “Frozen peas, my love affair continues…”

  1. Anonymous says:

    my daughter eats frozen peas … straight out from the freezer. Is that ok?

  2. Anonymous says:

    I think if you can make your peace with the choking hazard thing (and i certainly have) then they are brilliant. Babybear loves them.

  3. Anonymous says:

    I'm not so worried about the choking point. Is it safe to eat without defrosting and cooking??? Sorry, stupid question, I know ….. but mother-in-law says it will give her an upset tummy eating frozen and raw stuff.

  4. Anonymous says:

    they're just raw peas, really. absolutely fine, i promise. taste them yourself and you'll see, they're really nice.

  5. Anonymous says:

    raw peas are really nice, i also used to eat frozen carrot when i was little too – i hated cooked carrot tho :)

  6. Anonymous says:

    Thanks for your replies. I'm glad that you all think it's ok. My daughter loves them and it's about the only thing that will keep her occupied while I cook….. she would even ignore the TV!!!!!
    I guess mother-in-laws have all sorts of weird beliefs …. esp so if she's chinese! Not being racist here … am chinese myself but don't follow all the old traditions …. the hot and cold theory or the 30 day confinement after baby! Anyway, gone off track a bit here ….

  7. Anonymous says:

    I gather that it's somewhat of a tradition here in the mid-western US…desperate moms trying to get nutrition into willful toddlers have mixed frozen peas into *anything* the young'un'll eat (mashed potatoes, rice, pudding…you name it). Mine's five months, though, so I've no experience with the practice..just keeping it tucked away for a rainy (fussy) day. Personally, I can't STAND peas in just about any form (except fresh spring peas straight from the garden that you have to shell and all….oh, yum)…but I'm certainly more than willing to let my little pequena sort out her own preferences.
    Great blog! Thanks for all the wonderful info!! (and I'm really enjoying the slang from the other side of the pond…makes it even funnier reading for me..)

  8. Anonymous says:

    cheers savymom, so long as you know that a chip isn't a crisp and a fanny, well it's Quite Different. doesn't come up that often in BLW conversations, thought, than the lord. this may prove helpful, it's on our forum. nice of you to join us… and for the record, i also do a lot of carrot grating. never into rice pudding though…

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