This heirloom variety of peas is tender and sweet
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This is the first time I've tasted pea shoots this sweet. Tastes like a sugar snap pea in shoot form. Other species I have tried get really woody and fibrous, these stay nice and tender.
I saw that it was "tender and sweet", but though I never used speckled peas, which I'm told is just like eating sweet peas, and they look so tall and delicate, but these Grays don't make me think much of the taste of peas, and they seem tougher that what I only assume is a much sweeter and more tender experience than these Gray Dwarf Sugars. Sugar is in the name of the variety, so I thought they would be sweet. Does anyone know a little more than I about these two?