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Tips for getting Caragana (Siberian) peas out of the pods

 
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I have many Siberian pea bushes on my property. My kids and I do enjoy eating them fresh when we are out and about. But to honest, I can't see it being realistic to pod all thos tiny things like that for long. Would be nice to see some dry even.
I have heard that they pop open on their own when dry on the bush. Is this true, and is there a way to use this somehow?
 
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