Moong daal is harvested in North India from August through to September. The grains of this variety are smaller in size as the legume is of the traditional variety.Daals are wonder foods as they are low in fat and absorb the flavor of spices and herbs. The specialty of our moong is that it is organically grown and the consumer gets to enjoy the tasty original flavour combined with the benefits of an assured healthy diet.
Soya bean is harvested during the months of September and October in Northern India. It is a versatile bean, having a diverse range of uses extraction of soya milk to form bean curd and also milk which is flavoured and consumed as a source of protein, minerals and vitamins. It is also consumed as flour.
Of the many varieties having different colours, we grow the white soya which is adapted to the climatic conditions of the North. Soya bean replenish the soil with nitrogen and minerals . The white soya bean, from the farms of Punjab/Haryana are distinct in flavour as they are organically grown.
Is harvested in March sourced from organic farms of the area in North India. It is also one of the oldest varieties of legumes grown in India. It is eaten with rice and can be mixed with other lentils. A widely used ingredient in nearly every regional cuisine, it is said to have a very low glycemic index making it suitable for many people with blood sugar problems. In its organic form and use of original seeds the lentil is a tasty alternative to Indian cuisine. It is soaked overnight to tenderize the bean before cooking.
Kabuli is harvested here in the month of March and is sourced from Madhya Pradesh from organic farmers who are trained and supervised to grow this gram in its true organic form. The gram can also be soaked overnight to tenderize.