Green peas, snow peas and sugar snap peas have different qualities, and can add flavor and texture to meals and snack in a variety of ways. One thing they have in common is that they are all delicious fresh, canned and frozen!
PeasKansas Fruit and Veggie Quick Facts (PDF | 6.66 MB)
Kansas State Department of Education, Child Nutrition & Wellness.
Fact sheets provide origin, availability, nutrition information, trivia, and riddles or activities for over 40 fruits and vegetables.
USDA. NAL. Healthy Meals Resource System.
Quantity recipes containing peas from the HMRS Recipe Finder database.
University of Illinois Extension.
Web site includes information about peas including varieties, planting information, selection and storage, nutrition and health information, preparation, storage and recipes.
Sugar Snap Peas (PDF | 133KB)
West Virginia University Extension Service.
Fact sheet about sugar snap peas includes information about freezing them and ways to use them (both raw and cooked).
Recipes for peas include appetizers and main dishes. Seasonal recipes, recipes for children, and vegetarian recipes are also included.
Pennsylvania Nutrition Education Network.
Visitors to this Web site can download and distribute newsletters, recipes, bookmarks, and other materials related to snap beans. Large type materials available.
What Fruits & Vegetables are in Season?
Produce for Better Health Foundation. Fruits and Veggies More Matters.
Discover what fruits and vegetables are available in each season of the year.