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Yellow Split Peas vs green?

coll | Oct 10, 200503:19 PM     8

I just put on a pot of split pea soup with ham, made with the usual green split peas, and found a bag of yellow split peas in my pantry that I got at a food show last spring. I was thinking they would be something exotic like red or black lentils vs brown, but I just looked on the bag for a recipe, and it was "Split pea soup with ham". Any advantages or difference in using the yellow? It would be nice to have a special recipe to try them out.

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