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Pea Shoots

Pea shoots are the young tender growth of pea vines. They are delicate, lovely and taste exactly like spring!


Store pea shoots in a clamshell or plastic bag, in the refrigerator. They're best eaten within a few days. 


Cooking Tips

Pea shoots can be dressed and eaten on their own or tossed into any salad. They also make a beautiful and nutritious garnish to almost anything: a grain or noodle salad, an omelette, a piece of meat, or a tartine/open-faced sandwich.


As a Garnish:

Spring Abundance Bowl

Crostini with Ricotta and Pea Shoots

Coconut Yellow Split Pea Soup

Palak Paneer

Vegan Samosa Shepherd’s Pie

Simple Carrot Soup

Meatless Mondays: Earth Bowls

In a salad:

Pea Shoot and Arugula Salad with Lemon Vinaigrette

How to make a simple dressing in a jar

Green Goddess Cobb Salad

Basic Vinaigrette

Citrus Vinaigrette

Lettuce, Beet & Egg Salad

Stir-fried dau miu 

Image by Augustine Fou
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