Fruits and veggies are at the core of SNAP-Ed. Many SNAP-Ed programs work in Farmers' Markets and promote produce. Nutrition educators do food demonstrations and hand out recipes. SNAP-Ed also partners with others to bring EBT to more markets. This supports local agriculture and makes produce more available in communities. SNAP-Ed nutrition education classes also teach kids and adults how to eat veggies.
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Recipes with Peas
Recipes with Peas. USDA. MyPlate Kitchen. SNAP Recipes.
Recipes with Peas. SNAP-Ed. Maine SNAP-Ed. University of New England.
Recipes with Peas. SNAP-Ed. Oregon State University. Food Hero.
Learn About Peas
Discover Foods: Fresh Peas and Beans. SNAP-Ed. San Francisco Human Services Agency. EatFresh.
Peas: Nutrition. Selection. Storage. Produce for Better Health Foundation.
Beans, Peas, and Lentils. USDA. Center for Nutrition Policy and Promotion.
Top 10 Ways to Enjoy Peas. Produce for Better Health Foundation.
Preparing Peas. University of Illinois Extension.
Teach About Peas
Pea Basics (PDF, 2.9MB). SNAP-Ed. Oregon State University. Food Hero.
Peas Family Newsletter (PDF, 869KB). SNAP-Ed. Michigan Fitness Foundation. Michigan Nutrition Network. Harvest of the Month. Also available in Spanish translation of Peas Family Newsletter (PDF, 869KB)., Arabic translation of Peas Family Newsletter (PDF, 869KB)..
All About Peas - Brochure (PDF, 2.4 MB). SNAP-Ed. Washington State University Extension.
Serving Size: 1 cup peas ( 145g)
|Total Fat||1 g|
|Saturated Fat||0 g|
|Trans Fat||0 g|
|Dietary Fiber||8 g|
|Total Sugars||8 g|
|Added Sugars included||0 g|
|Vitamin A||6 mcg RAE|
|Vitamin C||64 mg|
|Vitamin D||0 mcg|
N/A - data is not available
Note: only nutrients that are available will show on this display