Guisantes is the Spanish word for "peas". In the Philippines, peas called Guisantes are avaiable in cans. So far, I have not seen fresh peas, if we want to use peas, we buy the canned peas Guisantes is one of the Spanish words being used in the Philippines to refer to peas, too. It can be spelled as Gisantes.

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