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In Pattaya I get dried peas from an Indian shop at the back of TukCom but I'm sure you can find them in an Indian shop in Bangkok. 

I put all the packet in a bowl add a couple of dessert spoons of bicarb and add a load of boiling water leave overnight drain add fresh water salt, pepper, mint to taste bring to boil and simmer, stirring all the time. When they are soft and mushy to your taste.  Eat and enjoy. What you don't eat pack into portions and freeze. Easy and cheap. 

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Lancashire Black Peas and Vinegar (Parched Peas)

Parched peas, also known in Lancashire as black peas, are cooked and served with vinegar and are a traditional treat in the North of England especially when served on Bonfire Night on November 5th. Family and friends will gather around the bonfire to celebrate the failed plot of Guy Fawkes to blow up parliament in 1605. As it is (usually) a cold, often wet night these peas are more than welcome to help warm up cold tummies.

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7 hours ago, ChipButty said:

Lancashire Black Peas and Vinegar (Parched Peas)

Parched peas, also known in Lancashire as black peas, are cooked and served with vinegar and are a traditional treat in the North of England especially when served on Bonfire Night on November 5th. Family and friends will gather around the bonfire to celebrate the failed plot of Guy Fawkes to blow up parliament in 1605. As it is (usually) a cold, often wet night these peas are more than welcome to help warm up cold tummies.

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We had a guy travel a fair distance on his motorcycle (adapted) one night a week selling "black peas" in our area,he used to ring a school bell announcing his arrival...my mother used to send me out with a huge bowl and sixpence and always instructed....ask for plenty of juice with the peas :thumbsup:

what with the black and mushy peas plenty of flatulence (apple tarting) generating material for later in the evening :cheesy:

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