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I believe this is the first 5 star rating ive given on any product. Actually im surprised it is a food item at that.Im not easily impressed with anything,Especially when it comes to dried legumes. Ive always bought those at the grocery store. For some reason the store i shop at does not carry split peas in my area ( its a very big super store chain, everyone has been to it guaranteed) anyway i ordered mine from this company. Last night i made split pea soup. I had no idea that dried split peas could taste so good. They actually tasted like peas. I know what your thinking; what else would they taste like? Believe me there is a big difference between thse peas and what you buy from the storeI cooked my soup for 90 minutes and the peas were still holding together, not turning into mush like they always do. I actually had to mash them some to get the right consistency for the soup. Ive never been so impressed about a food product. I never thought i would write a review about split peas eitherNow this is the second time ive ordered from this company.The first time i ordered I thought i was ordering split peas but i accidentally ordered lentils. I didn't want to go through the trouble of returning those plus i will use them eventually especially if they are as good as the split peas.Ive read some reviews about how the items the company sells aren't organic and other stuff and how disappointed the customer was, but in the company's defense they do tell you in the description exactly what you are ordering, so I dismiss those reviews as being bad.I really like the packaging the peas come in. Its a cloth sack with draw strings to close it up. No plastic liner, nothing but cloth. So when its empty i can clean it and find another use for it.Im happy with my purchase and will be reordering from this company again and will continue to do so as long as the quality remains the same.The company sent me an email thanking me for the order and give tips about storing the product since it hasn't been irradiated or whatever. Anyway its good advice.
I've only recently learned about Palouse Brand, this being my second product order. Well, ....Where have I been all your life? I love split peas, all green foods for that matter, and these are certainly special. I felt like I was opening a gift rather than a grocery box. They're bright green, no debris whatsoever, and I can track the field where they were grown. This is inspiring. My small city is surrounded by fields. My parents, like all neighboring farmers, plant mostly corn and soybeans. I doubt any of our local farmers have even heard of 'farm to table' tracking. Just WOW!Thank you sincerely, and best of luck to your future business endeavors!Weloveflowers
Our house uses one 25 lb bag every 6 months. We make split pea soup at least once a week. Great protein, plant based diet food. 2 cups split peas and 10 - 12 cups water. Cook for 8 hours in the crock pot and add 2 Tbs salt, 1 tsp. celery seed, 1 Tbs. Parsley and 1 tbs garlic powder. Best soup ever!
Nice hearty green split peas which don't just turn into mush in soups! I tried the grocery store basics, then the bulk at Whole Foods Market, but these little suckers are awesome! (Also love the BRIGHT green) color straight out of the bag.First off, let's establish getting my millennial peers to eat "split pea soup.... that's for old people, right?" is a task in and of itself.. Yet now they keep asking when I'm making it next and if they can have some ;)While they cost a bit more than the basics, the quality is also on par or better than many of the "premium" or "heirloom" dried beans/peas I've seen around San Francisco. Just bought my second (5 lb this time) bag as we enter the winter months!
I make split pea soup in my instant pot. The organic split peas I got at whole foods took FOREVER to cook, even in the IP. I tried these and 15 minutes and they were done and perfect. My recipe calls for 1 pound of peas per batch - so this lasts me a while... I eat a lot of soup.And, I take the canvas bag that the peas come packaged in, and turn it into a tote bag with the addition of some lining fabric. Just because I can!Thanks for a great product - am happy to support my local farmers!
I've used these split peas for making excellent soups. My recipe starts with some store bought vegetable broth, then adding a good quantity of cut up carrots, tomatoes and any other left over fresh veg like asparagus, potato, celery or onion. The peas are nicely complemented by chunks of other vegetables. Add more water as the peas cook, they seem to absorb more water than the package calls for. In less than an hour you can made a delicious soup. The quality and flavor of the split peas is excellent and largely hold together for a nice range of thickened liquid and nicely cooked but not mushy split peas. Some amount of salt is needed while a spoonful of soy sauce and tomato paste enhance the flavors.
I'm not a pea fan. One might wonder why someone who doesn't love peas then proceeded to acquire some, especially such a large quantity. Well, I'm trying to be healthy and gosh these are loaded with good vitamins and nutrients. I tried cooking them once and it didn't turn out yummy. Since I have enough non yummy thing I need to eat each day, I decided to try them without cooking. I like them uncooked now after testing out that experiment. I eat about an ounce uncooked as a snack. Very flavorful and crunchy. If you don't like peas and still want to try to bring them into your diet, eating them without cooking may be a worthwhile consideration. Stay healthy, my friend.