Difference between revisions of "Legumes"

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See: [[Wikipedia:Legumes]]
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The [[fruit]] or [[seed]] of '''Legumes''', in their dried condition called ''pulse'', are one of the main sources of plant [[Protein]].
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Legumes are a family of plants that are technically fruits.
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Well-known legumes include [[beans]], peas, [[clover]], [[chickpeas]], [[lentils]], [[soybeans]], Tamarind, peanuts, [[carob]], and [[alfalfa]]. They have a unique ability to coexist with nitrogen-fixing bacteria to provide a reliable digestible source of plant proteins.
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== See ==
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* [[Wikipedia:Legumes]]
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== Links ==
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* [https://lettucevegout.com/vegan-food-groups/legumes/| Legumes for a Healthy Vegan Diet]
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* [https://www.theveganrd.com/2014/02/plant-protein-why-vegan-diets-need-beans/ Plant Protein: Why Vegan Diets Need Beans]
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* [https://www.livekindly.co/eating-legumes-vegan-diet-everything-you-need-know/ Eating Legumes on a Vegan diet]
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* [https://veganheaven.org/category/beanslegumes/ Beans & Legumes Recipes]
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* [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=exeZTWz8D5I| Talk about legumes & lysine (video)
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[[Category:Legumes]]

Latest revision as of 05:24, 17 May 2020

The fruit or seed of Legumes, in their dried condition called pulse, are one of the main sources of plant Protein.

Legumes are a family of plants that are technically fruits.

Well-known legumes include beans, peas, clover, chickpeas, lentils, soybeans, Tamarind, peanuts, carob, and alfalfa. They have a unique ability to coexist with nitrogen-fixing bacteria to provide a reliable digestible source of plant proteins.

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