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For easy to pack vegetables try baby carrots, sliced sweet bell peppers, or crunchy snap peas.
Drain snap peas and run under cold water to cool and toss dry.
Tender beets mixing and mingling with stewed swiss chard spiked with pickled onion and barely blanched snap peas add a bright and pleasing crunch.
Fortunately, the salads continue to be on point and creative such as one with radishes, snap peas, tuna, puffed rice and almonds under a loose blanket of mache ($10).
The luscious, silver-skinned fish fillet was draped over a garden-fresh potpourri of sweet peas and snap peas, and a thick corn minestrone.
Sea lettuce, a green algae found in shallow saltwater pools, turned up in a salad, tangled among crisp snap peas, pea vines and mint, cushioned on creamy ricotta.
In a large mixing bowl, combine quinoa, snap peas, chicken, cabbage, carrots, beets, cilantro, green onions, cashews and sesame seeds.
Two small bags of produce, containing just fruit, snap peas and beans, cost 82.99.
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