How to Store Peas Grown in Garden

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Peas grown in the garden need to be stored in a very particular way for maximum longevity. Store peas grown in a garden with help from a classically-trained chef with experience in both world class restaurants and private dining companies in this free video clip.

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Video Transcript

I'm Teca Thompson, and this is how to store peas grown in your garden. I have a fresh bowl of garden peas. I am going to wash them in water just by moving them around in a circular motion. I'm going to set them on the towel to drain while I go over to my storage bag and write the date and the contents of what I'm putting in. It's always good to sign and date everything. That way you know when you picked it and what it is. Okay, so the peas are actually alright if they're kind of moist because this helps them store well. And this will make the paper towel that I put them in moist and that's how vegetables stay fresher. So I'm going to just line them up, drained, but not dry on the paper towel and then I'm going to fold that over and just place it in a Ziploc bag. You just seal it up, it's already signed and dated, put it in your fridge and store for further use and that is how to store your garden peas. Thanks for watching.


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