How do you make pea soup without gas?

Chef's answer
The trick is to soak your legumes for a sufficient amount of time, and in the right TYPE of water. Beans, lentils, and split peas have a compound in them called phytic acid. This compound is the plant's defense against having predators such as humans eat them.
Frequently asked Questions 🎓
No, you don't have to soak beans before you cook them. If you forget, you can simply start the cooking process, but expect them to take longer to cook than if you had soaked them first. It can take up to twice the time if you don't soak them first.
It's so simple!
  • Step 1: Place chickpeas in a thick baggie. If you are making small batches, use sandwich size bags. ...
  • Step 2: Add liquid watercolor and close the baggie. Just a few squirts will do. ...
  • Step 3: Shake, shake, and shake! Massage the color into the chickpeas. ...
  • Step 4: Grab a tray and cover with wax paper or foil.
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    It's true, soaking peas overnight in water shortens their cooking time. But soaking isn't entirely necessary. ... Unsoaked peas take from 1 to 2 hours of simmering.
    Special care should be taken when washing split peas as their starches are exposed and will leach out into the washing water. The washing water will appear cloudy as if dirty, but it is not. Wash split peas quickly to avoid the loss of nutrients and flavor.
    Green peas are a popular vegetable. They are also quite nutritious and contain a fair amount of fiber and antioxidants. Additionally, research shows they may help protect against some chronic illnesses, such as heart disease and cancer.
    Lentils, split peas and black-eyed peas, for example, are lower in gas-producing carbohydrates than other pulses. Practice the following tips to continue enjoying beans without the excess gas. (Some people with irritable bowel syndrome, however, will continue to be sensitive to oligosaccharides in beans.
    If your split peas are hard after this length of cooking time, there is something wrong with the peas or with your water. If the peas are very old and dried out they won't soften. And if the water you use for making the soup is hard with lots of dissolved minerals that can stop the peas from softening. ... Soup.
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