Author: Alice Fawke


Peas come in three varieties: snow, snap and garden. During the 19th century peas played an important role in the early development of the study of genetics. Sugar snap peas were developed in 1970 as a result of a cross between garden peas and snow peas. Mangetout are garden peas which are undeveloped (eaten in their […]

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Eggs are a fantastic source of affordable protein and are rich in vitamins and minerals, often described as a “nutritional powerhouse”. Riboflavin (vitamin B2) is particularly important in enabling the body to break down food into energy. 2 large eggs contain 42% of your recommended daily requirement. Vitamin B12 is vital for producing red blood […]

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