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Let's Eat Pulses

In 2013 the United Nations declared that 2016 will be the International Year of Pulses. The hope of the 2016 International Year of Pulses (IYP 2016) is to position pulses as a primary source of protein and other essential nutrients. IYP 2016 will ...

2016 - International Year Of Pulses

The 68th UN General Assembly declared 2016 the International Year of Pulses (IYP) (A/RES/68/231)The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) has been nominated to facilitate the implementation of the Year in collaboration with...

The Real Foods Guide To Pulses, Beans And Peas

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Dals are very commonly used in the Indian cuisine. It is hard to find an Indian household that does not stock up different types dals. As dals have to prepared on a daily basis, we need to have a lot of dals on board to maintain the variety. Besid...

Health Benefits Of Pulses

Pulses are part of the food grain family known as legumes and include foods such as chickpeas, peas, lentils, beans and peanuts. Pulses are an important source of nutrition throughout the world but are not a common component of the typical Western...

Going On A Diet? Eat Lots Of Pulses!

Despite endless efforts nine in ten of us who try to lose weight fail, and it's mostly due to caving into hunger pangs and cravings. But scientists claim to have finally found the solution to doomed diets - and it lies in beans, peas, chickpeas an...

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Let’s take a look at horse gram, the miracle pulse, and how it can benefit our health. Plus, there’s a recipe in here too! You may be familiar with red, black and green grams, but even the most passionate foodies sometimes miss horse gram ( ). Thi...

10 Health Benefits Of Pulses (Legumes)

10 Health Benefits of Pulses (Legumes)

Healthy Eating: The Benefits Of Pulses

Pulses are excellent foods for people managing their diabetes, heart or coeliac disease. DID YOU KNOW? A study found that those of us who eat pulses four or more times a week have a 22 per cent lower risk of coronary heart disease than those who a...

Beans And Pulses Recipes

Our beans and pulses recipes combine hearty British faves and a selection of original ideas to fill the whole family up.

Cooking With Pulses

Pulses deliver great flavor that’s not only nutrient-dense, but also gluten-free with low allergen and low glycemic responses. Additionally, pulses have fewer calories and considerably more fiber and protein than whole grains like white and brown ...

Grains (Cereals, Pulses & Legumes) | Simple Indian Recipes

Grains (Cereals, Pulses & Legumes) - Simple recipes with different cereals, pulses and legumes.

Pulse Recipes: Vegetarian Recipes Using Pulses

A pulse is the edible seed of leguminous plants, sometimes eaten fresh but usually dried and includes all beans, peas and lentils.  They are high in protein, so very, very good for vegetarians. Pulses are a slow-release carbohydrate so help you to...

Indian Vegetarian Food Recipes Using Pulses And Lentils

Lentils do not significantly differ in nutritional content from common beans. Lentils are good source protein, folic acid, and dietary fiber. They also contain many trace minerals. India has over 60 varieties of pulses which provide a primary sour...

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