we used to laugh at my grandpa for his basement full of canned goods, but who's laughing now (still us, canned peas suck)
@christa my ancient fridge has a tiny freezer which is currently about 95% full of frozen peas and spinach, which leaves NO ROOM FOR ICE CREAM 😢
@ranjit what if... pea ice cream? (I actually had this once at a place in AK and it was so good!!)
up until yesterday my lil freezer was full of stock (like a gallon of crab) and future stock (mushroom stems) but I condensed all of those things down so now it's max ice cream time
like you can freeze bananas and mush them up for "ice cream"? or actual ice cream with peas?
anyway i love peas and i also have a tub of fresh peas in the fridge just for snacking and i think i will nibble them now
@ranjit I <3 fresh peas! this ice cream was like a fancy "pea protein" thing, so I think getting there from frozen peas is arduous. I'm sorry if I got your hopes up :/
@christa I keep thinking that experience with canned peas must be generational -- we had them as a kid (yuck!) but there's so much more access to fresh produce now
@audrey yeah that's an interesting point! I wasn't sure if my experience of beans & peas always being canned growing up was due to generation or price, since fresh produce still tends to be more expensive than the canned or frozen things
@christa Price was definitely an issue for us, too, and I have a 'hilarious' story about the time my brother and I thought it would be a good idea to take all the labels off the cans
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