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Speedy greens to sow and eat

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WIN­TER IS A GOOD TIME

to do a bit of in­door gar­den­ing. If you want to grow some­thing that’s fast, fun and good to eat, try pea shoots. A pea shoot is a baby pea plant, eaten be­fore it grows tall and bears peas. Find your in­ner Mas­ter Chef and try pea shoots in sand­wiches or sprin­kled over pizza or pasta. Pea shoots are ideal win­ter salad greens to grow by your kitchen win­dow or on an out­door ta­ble. They’re ready to eat in just two or three weeks! You can grow them from any kind of ed­i­ble pea seed. Snow peas grow the fastest.

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