Legumes

White Pea Beans

A variety of kidney bean with a small white seed. Beans, are white in color and usually no larger than a pea in size. They are actually the seeds of the common bean, Phaseolus vulgaris. Pea beans are considered very nutritious because they contain lots of soluble fiber and protein.

White Kidney Beans

White kidney beans are also referred to as Cannellini beans or fazolia beans. They have a firm, ivory colored skin, creamy texture and mild flavor. This type of kidney bean is a good recipe add-in for dishes that have a relatively short cooking time. The texture of these beans enables them to absorb flavors well.

Purple Speckled Kidney Bean

Purple speckled kidney bean is a kind of kidney bean which is a variety of the common phaseolus vulgaris. Purple or red speckled kidney bean is also a perfect nutritional powerhouse to provide indispensable nutrient source for people's diet composition.

Light Speckled Kidney Bean

Light speckled kidney bean is also called LSKB, pinto bean, rose coco bean, sugar bean or cranberry bean. Light speckled kidney bean with beige, pink or red color is abundant in nutrition, especially along with high protein, calcium, iron and vitamin B.

Kidney Bean

An edible and nutritious usually kidney-shaped seed of any of various cultivated beans of the common species (Phaseolus vulgaris) especially : a large dark red kidney bean. Red kidney beans are thought to have originated in Peru. They're part of a larger group called “common beans,” which were cultivated as early as 8,000 years ago. Common beans were spread by migrating tribes and served as an important protein source in the diets of the Indians of the Americas.

Lentil

It can lower cholesterol and protect against diabetes and colon cancer. A daily dose of fiber pushes waste through your digestive system and prevents constipation, too. The potassium, folate, and iron in lentils also provide lots of benefits. Potassium counters the bad effects of salt and lowers blood pressure. Lentils, like beans, are legumes. They're high-protein, edible pulses that grow in pods. Lentils are typically sold dried and look like tiny lenses or pebbles and have a mild, earthy flavor. When cooked, they soften while still maintaining a substantially pleasant chew, much like an al dente noodle.

Mung

Mung beans (Vigna radiata) have been grown in India since ancient times and are still grown in Southeast Asia, Africa, South America, and Australia. The bean may go by a variety of names such as: green gram. This warm season legume is a native of India and is still grown on a large acreage there. Often called green gram or golden gram in international publications, it is also cultivated in several countries of Asia, Africa, and South America. In the U.S., most mungbeans are grown in Oklahoma. It is rich in Vitamin A, B, C and E and also in many minerals including iron, calcium, and potassium. Not to forget it is a powerful source of vegetarian protein. It good to Lose Weight: It is considered a healthy weight loss food as it is a low-fat food rich in proteins and fibre.

Chickpea

As a rich source of vitamins, minerals, and fiber, chickpeas may offer a variety of health benefits, such as aiding weight management, improving digestion, and reducing your risk of disease. Additionally, this legume is high in protein and makes an excellent replacement for meat in many vegetarian and vegan dishes. Chickpeas are one of the earliest cultivated legumes. Remains of chickpeas from the Middle East have been found that are roughly 7,500 years old. These remains were found in the aceramic levels of Jericho and Çayönü, Turkey, meaning that humans had been cultivating chickpeas since before they could produce pottery.
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