The peas can last for many days without spoiling, but there’s a risk you didn’t store them properly, and bacteria are multiplying. Your nose and sight are probably the most trustworthy devices for determining if your peas have gone wrong; however, they aren’t ideal. A sour odor and a white-colored liquid surrounding the peas are signs of poorly cooked peas. A white skin (freezer burn) and a wrinkled texture are signs of badly frozen peas.
They are dark green, and when peas are damaged, their color changes from green to brown.