Chickpea

Chickpea

Formal chickpea seed, obtained from the plant of the same name, is one of the most widely used and cultivated plants in Asia. It can be said that chickpeas were one of the oldest human crops on the planet. The appearance of the formal pea plant, like many other...
Pinto Bean

Pinto Bean

Pinto beans are a dicotyledonous fruit of the legume group. One of the most popular legumes in the world is pinto beans, which are a very nutritious source and even a complete food for every human being. Among the nutrients in pinto beans are large amounts of amino...
Mung Bean

Mung Bean

Mung bean is one of the legumes of the bean group, which is actually a plant native to India. This plant has dicotyledonous seeds and has a pod like a bean plant, but it is green and black. Mung bean is actually a herbaceous plant and its stems reach a height of about...
Black Chickpea

Black Chickpea

One of the world’s first legumes, the chickpea (Cicer arietinum), also known as the Garbanzo bean, has been grown in India, the Middle East and parts of Africa for thousands of years. There is evidence that chickpeas may have first grown in Turkey 7,400 years...
Laird Green Lentils

Laird Green Lentils

The history of laird green lentils (large green lentils) dates back to 7000 to 8000 BC, in southwest Asia in the fertile lands that now border the Indus River. From there, the food spread throughout the Middle East and Northeast Africa, then to India and Eastern...
Masoor Dal (split red lentils)

Masoor Dal (split red lentils)

Masoor dal or lentil dal is the Indian name for split red lentil, which is known all over the world as masoor dal due to the great use of this lentil by Indians. In fact, in Hindi, double beans that have been cut in half are called dal. If you want to know the...