(Pisum sativum)
Peas are a unique product. They contain a lot of protein, on par with meat, and a large number of carbohydrates that provide energy throughout the day. The largest amount of the following elements: vitamin A, B vitamins, vitamin H (biotin), as well as iodine, fluorine, zinc, selenium, carotene, and fiber. Dried peas are an excellent source of molybdenum.

First, in terms of benefits, it is an effective anticarcinogenic agent since selenium, part of the product, protects the human body from the effects of radioactive metals and rejuvenates the body's cells. The coolest thing is that you can feel the lack of selenium if you listen to your body – weakness, pain, and inflammation in the muscles. Therefore, in terms of health benefits, peas are the No. 1 product in the weekly diet.
Interesting fact: pea seeds dating back to the period between 7500 and 5000 BC were found in Neolithic excavation sites in Greece and Iraq, but it needs to be clarified whether the peas were collected in nature or grown in the fields. Over time, the culture spread westward to Europe and eastward to India.

To make dry pea puree, the peas are first blanched (boiled) to avoid unwanted diseases and to make them sweeter and softer. After that, the peas are dried until they are no longer deformed and then milled to the required fraction.
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