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Cowpeas can be made into animal feed. In India, it is made into a cake steamed with sweet dumplings prepared with mashed cowpeas. In Sri Lanka, Cowpeas are cooked in many ways and are consumed in Asian countries as a vegetable and is usually mixed in baby food.
Abundant in the summer, Cowpea is a staple food crop for both humans and cattle. It is one of the most basic crops grown since ancient times even before cereal crops. In medicinal uses, it fights Shistosomiasis and is mixed in soups, sautéed and is eaten as a vegetable. In addition, it is also easy to grow for household consumption.
Cowpea may cause nitrate poisoning.
Alternative Crop Guide, Cowpea: http://www.hort.purdue.edu/newcrop/articles/ji-cowpea.html
Tropical Forages, Vigna sinensis: http://www.tropicalforages.info/key/Forages/Media/Html/Vigna_unguiculata.htm
Stuart Exchange, Cowpeas: http://stuartxchange.com/Paayap.html