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    Id just like to air my disapointment with garden peas.

    I bought some the other day and only realised my mistake upon tasting them.

    I have since realised I prefer petit pois which I had previously purchased.Who would have thought peas could be dissapointing?
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  • #2
    Hmmm i am the same, prefer the petit pois rather than the ordinary garden pea.
    Why is that?
    What on earth is the difference any way?
    I just feel posh buying them.
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    • #3
      Thank goodness your getting back to your "good old MAD self "

      You always make me laugh. By the way were your pea's frozen ?

      Thanks for the laugh

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      • #4
        Yep, they were indeed frozen.
        Im having fish again tonight(got to eat before sell by date)but I thin I will forgo the peas.

        You say mad old self Rodeo Lady, I think I may have made a person smile today due to my silliness, and....he was male!!!!!
        Maybe Im changing, maybe leaving here is making me more myself rather than th ebig ball of negativity I became!!
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        • #5
          Sorry, unable to join in on the peas situation cos I don't like them so wouldn't know the difference if they sat on me.

          I know what a mushy pea is though, and I probably be a mushy me if one sat on me

          hehehehehe

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          • #6
            Pea Poll

            ...can't stand garden peas unless they are straight out of the pod eaten raw.

            Definitely petit pois people here.

            Have you tried the minted peas? eewwwwww.....

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            • #7
              You sound as though you are feeling happier.... you must be coz the other day I doubt you'd have bothered to moan about peas!
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              • #8
                Im happy to say as I was rifling through the freezer I found ahalf a bag of petit pois so I had those with my fish(which I burnt)
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                • #9
                  I myself am a fan of all things pea, split peas (yellow AND green) marrowfat pea (dried AND canned), petit pois (small pea?), grand pois, any pois really

                  Cover your eyes if you are not a fan of the mighty pea, as this next bit might make you feel sick (It makes my boyf feel ill - and he's disected people at doctor school)

                  I get two servings of mushy peas with my fish supper, can't help it, I am after all only there for the peas!
                  I eat canned mushy peas, covered in mint sauce (In fact there was a time I had mint sauce on nearly every meal, then it was chilli sauce - they don't call me the queen of condiments for nothing you know, top shelf of fridge is crammed with condiments!)

                  Translate on babel fish - petit pois actually means pea..... so it's just a fancy french name for a pea!
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                  • #10
                    Petit Pois...

                    ...little peas.

                    Mushy peas....oh gawd no. Please, no. They look pre-digested.

                    And I used to live in the Greater Manchester area and still managed to escape with my mushy pea virginity intact. Oh 'eck. The very thought of that glutinous green slime. blech.

                    No. I'm sorry but no. I am actually shuddering here.....

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                    • #11
                      I agree, they look/taste/smell horrid.But my dad loves them!!
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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Apple Tree Crafts View Post
                        Mushy peas....oh gawd no. Please, no. They look pre-digested.

                        And I used to live in the Greater Manchester area and still managed to escape with my mushy pea virginity intact. Oh 'eck. The very thought of that glutinous green slime. blech.

                        No. I'm sorry but no. I am actually shuddering here.....

                        Jules
                        When I lived up in Manchester, I went to see a band play at a small club in Bolton. They actually had a "pie'n'peas" interval in the performance when everyone in the club formed a queue for pie and mushy peas. I was stunned!

                        So I took advantage of the distraction to keep drinking Jack Daniels at the suddenly deserted bar...

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                        • #13
                          Peas....yuk yuk yuk

                          I hate peas,

                          always have, ever since I was a kid.

                          I'm going to stick my fingers in my ears and cover my eyes.....someone poke me when you have stopped talking about PEAS.....

                          Change the conversation to chocolate and you have my attention
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                          • #14
                            petit pois - I think they are very young peas hence their suculence. Just a guess.
                            Carol
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                            • #15
                              I love garden peas especially the frozen ones that go wrinkly when they've been boiled, still sweet but with a few dimples I quite like mushy peas too, faggots, peas and mash aaaah! but only out of the tin. Hate the processed peas, we had them when we were kids and I hated the shells separating, eughhhh!! Petit pois are nice too but the ones in the tins can be pretty icky....this is a really daft thread!! Love it!!
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