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PULSES & BEANS
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Seven Bean Mix 1kg Seven Bean Mix 1kg vgfftogs xN.B. this item cannot be split!
46831
4.14
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Soup Mix 12.5kg Soup Mix 12.5kg vgfftogs xN.B. this item cannot be split!
63254
28.49
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Soup Mix 5kg Soup Mix 5kg vgfftogs xN.B. this item cannot be split!
17298
14.81
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Soup Mix 1kg Soup Mix 1kg vgfftogs xN.B. this item cannot be split!
46829
3.19
0.00

Mung bean, also known as green bean, mung, moong, mash bean, munggo or monggo, green gram, golden gram, and green soy, is the seed of Vigna radiata which is native to India and Pakistan. The split bean is known as moong dal, which is green with the husk, and yellow when dehusked. The beans are small, ovoid in shape, and green in colour. The mung bean is one of many species recently moved from the genus Phaseolus to Vigna and is still often seen cited as Phaseolus aureus or Phaseolus radiatus. These are all the same plant. The English word "mung" derives from the Hindi moong. Mung beans are commonly used in Chinese cuisine, where they are called lu dou (literally "green bean"), as well as in Japan, Korea, Pakistan, India, Thailand and Southeast Asia. In Vietnam, they are called du xanh (again, literally "green bean"). They are generally eaten either whole (with or without skins) or as bean sprouts, or used to make the dessert "green bean soup". The starch of mung beans is also extracted from them to make jellies and "transparent/cellophane" noodles. In Vietnam, the transparent wrapping of Vietnamese spring rolls is made from mung bean flour. Mung batter is used to make crepes named Pesarattu in Andhra Pradesh, India.

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Mung Beans 25kg Mung Beans 25kg vgfftogs xN.B. this item cannot be split!
08909
86.00
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Mung Beans 5kg Mung Beans 5kg vgfftogs xN.B. this item cannot be split!
02396
22.36
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Mung Beans 1kg Mung Beans 1kg vgfftogs xN.B. this item cannot be split!
11336
4.82
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Mung Beans 25kg Mung Beans 25kg vgfftogs xN.B. this item cannot be split!
02392
57.00
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Mung Beans 5kg Mung Beans 5kg vgfftogs xN.B. this item cannot be split!
02394
14.82
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Mung Beans 1kg Mung Beans 1kg vgfftogs xN.B. this item cannot be split!
35774
3.19
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Natco Mung Dal 20x500g Natco Mung Dal 20x500g vgfftogs xN.B. this item cannot be split!
22454
26.07
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The pinto bean (Spanish: frijol pinto, literally "painted bean") is named after its mottled skin (c.f. the pinto horse), hence it is a type of mottled bean. It is the most common bean in the United States and northwestern Mexico, and is most often eaten whole in broth or mashed and refried. Either whole or mashed, it is a common filling for burritos. The young pods may also be used as green beans. This is the bean most commonly used for refried beans (fresh or canned) and in many dishes at Tex-Mex restaurants. Rice and pinto beans served with cornbread or corn tortillas are often a staple meal where there is limited money for meat; the amino acids in this combination make it a complete protein source. n the southeastern part of the United States, pinto beans were once a staple of the poor (usually eaten with cornbread, milk, and cabbage), especially during the winter months. Some churches in rural areas still sponsor "pinto bean suppers" for social gatherings and fund raisers.

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Pinto Beans 25kg Pinto Beans 25kg vgfftogs xN.B. this item cannot be split!
22932
70.00
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Pinto Beans 5kg Pinto Beans 5kg vgfftogs xN.B. this item cannot be split!
02401
18.20
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Pinto Beans 1kg Pinto Beans 1kg vgfftogs xN.B. this item cannot be split!
11333
3.92
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Pinto Beans 25kg Pinto Beans 25kg vgfftogs xN.B. this item cannot be split!
02397
42.00
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Pinto Beans 5kg Pinto Beans 5kg vgfftogs xN.B. this item cannot be split!
02399
10.92
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Pinto Beans 1kg Pinto Beans 1kg vgfftogs xN.B. this item cannot be split!
29249
2.35
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The soya bean (Glycine max) is a species of legume native to East Asia. The plant is classed as an oilseed rather than a pulse. It is an annual plant that has been used in China for 5,000 years as a food and a component of drugs. Soya contains significant amounts of all the essential amino acids for humans, which makes soy a good protein source. The plant is sometimes referred to as greater bean or edamame, though the latter is more commonly used in English when referring to a specific dish. The English word soya is derived from the Japanese pronunciation of shoyu, the Japanese word for Soya sauce; soya comes from the Dutch adaptation of the same word. Soya beans are an important source of vegetable oil and protein world wide. Soya products are the main ingredients in many meat and dairy substitutes. They are also used to make soya sauce, and the oil is used in many industrial applications. The main producers of soy are the United States, Brazil, Argentina, China and India. The beans contain significant amounts of alpha-linolenic acid also called Omega-3 fatty acid, and the isoflavones genistein and daidzein. The most important point regarding the use of soya beans for human nutrition is the absolute necessity to cook the soya bean with "wet" heat in order to destroy the trypsin inhibitors; serine protease inhibitors. It is not advisable to eat raw soya beans. Soya beans are considered by many agencies, including the US Food and Drug Administration, to be a source of complete protein. A complete protein is one that contains significant amounts of all the essential amino acids that must be provided to the human body because of the body's inability to synthesise them. For this reason, soya is a good source of protein, amongst many others, for many vegetarians and vegans or for people who cannot afford meat. According to the FDA, "Soya protein products can be good substitutes for animal products because, unlike some other beans, soya offers a "complete" protein profile. Soybeans contain all the amino acids essential to human nutrition, which must be supplied in the diet because they cannot be synthesised by the human body. Soya protein products can replace animal-based foods-which also have complete proteins but tend to contain more fat, especially saturated fat-without requiring major adjustments elsewhere in the diet." Because soya beans contain no starch, they are a good source of protein for diabetics.

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Soya Beans 25kg Soya Beans 25kg vgfftogs xN.B. this item cannot be split!
02419
45.00
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Soya Beans 5kg Soya Beans 5kg vgfftogs xN.B. this item cannot be split!
02420
11.70
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Soya Beans 1kg Soya Beans 1kg vgfftogs xN.B. this item cannot be split!
11331
2.52
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Split peas are the dried peeled and split seeds of Pisum sativum. They come in yellow and green varieties. They have been mechanically split so that they will cook faster. Yellow split peas are sometimes wrongly referred to as a synonym for the Indian toor dal (split pigeon peas) or chana dal (split yellow gram, chickpeas or garbanzo beans); while all commonly known as peas the latter are from other legume species. Split peas are a great source of protein. Green and yellow split peas are commonly used to make pea soup, and sometimes pease pudding. Yellow split peas are used to make a sweet snack in Beijing cuisine. Wandouhuang is a sweetened and chilled pease pudding, sometimes flavoured with osmanthus blossoms and dates. A refined version of this snack is said to be a favorite of Empress Dowager Cixi.

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Green Split Peas 25kg Green Split Peas 25kg vgfftogs xN.B. this item cannot be split!
02424
55.00
0.00
Green Split Peas 5kg Green Split Peas 5kg vgfftogs xN.B. this item cannot be split!
02425
14.30
0.00
Green Split Peas 1kg Green Split Peas 1kg vgfftogs xN.B. this item cannot be split!
13845
3.08
0.00
Green Split Peas 25kg Green Split Peas 25kg vgfftogs xN.B. this item cannot be split!
07096
32.00
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Green Split Peas 5kg Green Split Peas 5kg vgfftogs xN.B. this item cannot be split!
02386
8.32
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