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Green Pea Flour (701453) Inland Empire Foods, Inc. Green Pea Flour (701453) is a light green colored powder made from dried green peas that has a sweet and starchy taste. This product is used in gluten-free baking and cooking. Green Pea Flour (701453) is found in soups, bread, dip, and baked goods.
Chick Peas Flour Dutch Organic International Trade Chick Peas Flour is an organic yellowish beige flour with a typical chick pea odor and taste. As with most flour it is best suited for use in breads and other baked goods, but also can be used as a thickening agent in other dishes. This product comes in a...view more Chick Peas Flour is an organic yellowish beige flour with a typical chick pea odor and taste. As with most flour it is best suited for use in breads and other baked goods, but also can be used as a thickening agent in other dishes. This product comes in a 25kg paper bag. Chick Peas Flour is an acceptable food product for vegetarians, vegans, and lactose-vegetarians. view less
Yellow Whole Peas Alliance Grain Traders Yellow Whole Peas are yellow peas that are dried. Yellow Whole Peas are eaten cooked as a vegetable, canned or frozen while ripe. Dry peas are used whole or made into flour. In some parts of the world, dry peas (green or yellow) are consumed whole as dal....view more Yellow Whole Peas are yellow peas that are dried. Yellow Whole Peas are eaten cooked as a vegetable, canned or frozen while ripe. Dry peas are used whole or made into flour. In some parts of the world, dry peas (green or yellow) are consumed whole as dal. In China, yellow peas are soaked to extract starch for the production of vermicelli noodles. Peas are among the four most cultivated legumes next to soybeans, groundnuts and beans and are a staple food around the world. view less
Green Whole Peas Alliance Grain Traders Green Whole Peas are green peas that are dried. Green Whole Peas are eaten cooked as a vegetable, canned or frozen while ripe. Dry peas are used whole or made into flour. In some parts of the world, dry peas (green or yellow) are consumed whole as dal. In...view more Green Whole Peas are green peas that are dried. Green Whole Peas are eaten cooked as a vegetable, canned or frozen while ripe. Dry peas are used whole or made into flour. In some parts of the world, dry peas (green or yellow) are consumed whole as dal. In China, green peas are soaked to extract starch for the production of vermicelli noodles. Peas are among the four most cultivated legumes next to soybeans, groundnuts and beans and are a staple food around the world. view less
Yellow Split Peas Alliance Grain Traders Yellow Split Peas are yellow peas, split in half, and dried. Yellow Split Peas are eaten cooked as a vegetable, canned or frozen while ripe. Dry peas are used whole or made into flour. In some parts of the world, dry peas (green or yellow) are consumed sp...view more Yellow Split Peas are yellow peas, split in half, and dried. Yellow Split Peas are eaten cooked as a vegetable, canned or frozen while ripe. Dry peas are used whole or made into flour. In some parts of the world, dry peas (green or yellow) are consumed split as dal. In China, yellow peas are soaked to extract starch for the production of vermicelli noodles. Peas are among the four most cultivated legumes next to soybeans, groundnuts and beans and are a staple food around the world. view less
Green Split Peas Alliance Grain Traders Green Split Peas are green peas, split in half, and dried. Green Split Peas are eaten cooked as a vegetable, canned or frozen while ripe. Dry peas are used whole or made into flour. In some parts of the world, dry peas (green or yellow) are consumed split...view more Green Split Peas are green peas, split in half, and dried. Green Split Peas are eaten cooked as a vegetable, canned or frozen while ripe. Dry peas are used whole or made into flour. In some parts of the world, dry peas (green or yellow) are consumed split as dal. In China, green peas are soaked to extract starch for the production of vermicelli noodles. Peas are among the four most cultivated legumes next to soybeans, groundnuts and beans and are a staple food around the world. view less
Pea Starch Concentrate – Starlite Scoular Pea Starch Concentrate – Starlite is a neutral flavor that has very low allergenicity. Clean labeling for baked goods and snacks. Expands when extruded, producing well-textured snacks and cereals. May be used to increase Resistant Starch (RS), Slowly Dige...view more Pea Starch Concentrate – Starlite is a neutral flavor that has very low allergenicity. Clean labeling for baked goods and snacks. Expands when extruded, producing well-textured snacks and cereals. May be used to increase Resistant Starch (RS), Slowly Digestible Starch (SDS). Also can be offered as organic. view less