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 Why are split peas split?

Answer Dried peas in their whole form have sustained people for 10,000 years. Beginning more than 6,000 years ago, ancient Egyptians began splitting peas for added ease of cooking and storage.FeaturesGree... Read More »
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Are lentils split peas?

No, they aren't the same. While lentils and split peas are both a variety of lentil, they come from different plants, they are shaped differently and are used for different recipes.Source:Legumes
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How many carbs in split peas?

Split peas are the dried and halved seeds of the legume Pisum Sativum, which grow in pods that contain several peas per pod. A serving is equal to one cup of cooked split peas and contains approxim... Read More »
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Do grocery stores have split peas?

Generally, yes; bags of dried split peas are a common grocery store item. You can usually find split peas in the same aisle where dried beans and lentils are sold, as they are used in similar types... Read More »
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Do split peas have soluble fiber?

Split peas are full of soluble fiber. One cup of cooked split peas contains over 65 percent of recommended daily fiber intake. Split peas can help with fiber-related health conditions including irr... Read More »
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