Farrow's Giant Marrowfat Peas Reviews
Product Type: Farrow's Spices & Seasoning
Description:Type: Peas / Vegetables
Newest Review: ... dry out naturally in the field, rather than be harvested in their prime of youth like the normal garden pea. These are the ... more
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by - written on 18/03/10, updated on 18/03/10 (Very useful, 335 readings)
You can't eat fish and chips without peas and the best choice of peas here has to be Farrows Giant Marrowfat Processed Peas. Why are they called Marrowfat? Absolutely no idea but possibly from the fat Maro pea which was apparently introduced over 100 years ago by the Japanese. They differ from the so called garden pea in that they are green mature peas that have been allowed to dry out naturally in the field, rather than be harvested in their prime of youth like the normal garden pea. These are the variety of peas that make mushy peas. Are they better than garden peas? Apart from perhaps not so high in vitamin c as garden peas, I ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/09/09
Morrisons have their value range ones at only 12p a tin!
by - written on 17/09/09 (Very useful, 123 readings)
I am learning to cook more for myself as I get older but there are only a few vegetables I will eat and out of them peas are my favourites :) One of the brands we buy is 'Farrow's Giant Marrowfat Processed Peas' which are made by HL Foods in England. The tin I am reviewing is a 300g size with a drained weight of 180g. We bought these 3 for one pound at Morrisons but I think they are about 44p normally. The best before date is not until April 2011 so they last ages and the tin is recyclable with a paper label showing the big green peas that should be inside. These are advertised as low in fat and low in sugar and the ... Read the complete review
by Alan Clarke - written on 16/12/08
ive just opened a tin of farrows giant marrow fat peas and ive just thrown them in the bin , ive never seen such a mess , they were all shelled and out of the few that were not in bits they were all different colours from green to small black ones , i shall not be buying anymore .(disgusting).
by - written on 09/10/08 (Very useful, 1643 readings)
COST: (@ 9.10.09): 27p for a 300g tin, at my local village grocers NUTRITIONAL INFORMATION (per 100g): Calories: 88 Kj: 374 Protein: 6.7g Carbohydrate: 13.8g - of which sugars: 1.4g Fat: 0.7g - of which saturates: 0.3g Fibre: 5.9g Sodium: 0.26g INGREDIENTS: Peas, water, salt, sugar, colours (E102, E133), mint flavouring OTHER INFORMATION: Suitable for vegetarians, can made of recyclable steel ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Who is old enough to remember the TV advert....."Sorry mate, you're too late - the best peas went ... Read the complete review
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