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08
Sep

Nutrition Facts and Health Benefits of Soybeans

soybeans health benefits

Did you know that one of the most widely produced crops in the United States can…

03
Sep

What are non-genetically modified organisms?

non-genetically modified organisms

Non-GMO implies non- genetically modified organisms. GMOs (genetically modified organisms), can be defined as unique living…

28
Aug

Organics in Canada

canada organics

With its wide expanse of land and varied cooler climates, Canada is the ideal country for…

25
Aug

Saskatchewan Lentils, the best in the World

saskatchewan lentils

Saskatchewan has become home to over 1.6 million hectares of one of the hottest pulse crops…

31
Jul

How to Measure Quality of Pulses

quality of pulses

Analytical tests: Identify the quality characteristics of pulses Determine end use of the pulses Help pulse…

28
Jul

Pulses for Better Health

pulses for health

Pulses, which include peas, beans, lentils and chickpeas, are finally beginning to be recognized medically for…

22
Jul

Lentils should be a Staple in Everyone’s Diet

lentils meals diet

Lentils should be a staple in everyone’s diet, low in calories and very high in nutrition…

21
Jul

All you need to know about Legumes

legumes types

What is a legume? Legumes encompass a wide range of edible nuts and vegetables, this includes…

12
Jul

A Beginners Guide to Pulses and Legumes

pulses and legumes guide

Pulses are legumes or plants that have a pod produced from flowers. Inside the pods are peas, beans, soybeans, peanuts and lentils.

29
Jun

Lentil Dahl with sweet potatoes, and spinach

Lentil Dahl with sweet potatoes, and spinach

A terrific one-pot recipe that is low fat, low calories and iron and mineral rich. Suitable for vegans and vegetarians. The dahl freezes well and will keep in the fridge for 2 days.