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Pigeon peas plant makes cooking easy

A pigeon peas plant flourishes in the yard of a resident on Aranguez Main Road, San Juan. This plant makes it easy for you to prepare a delicious pot of pelau or Sunday lunch with stewed pigeon peas without the hassle. Having a kitchen garden gives you chemical free foods and cuts down your grocery bill drastically. Try planting some pigeon peas today and enjoy it.

February 2016 – Issue 20    www.sweettntmagazine.com

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