Everything you always wanted to know about pulses and information about the wide variety of pulses in the United States.
In this section you will find all kind of recipes based on pulses, arranged in different categories to facilitate the search.
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Welcome to the club of real experts in pulses: individuals and establishments who really know how to appreciate the culinary and nutritional values of this foodstuff, promoting it on a daily basis in their professional lives. In this section they tell us all about their experiences, their knowledge and even their secrets involving one of the most tasty and versatile of natural foods: the Pulses.
Under the slogan ‘nutritious seeds for a sustainable future,’ the United Nations, led by its Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO),  launched the 2016 International Year of Pulses

Pulses or legumes have played a vital role in almost all cultures and civilizations that we know today.

  • From Latin puls ‎(meal, porridge), probably from Ancient Greek πόλτος ‎(póltos, porridge)
  • Legume (Latin legūmen, -ĭnis)
  • Pulses are part of the legume family. “Pulse” refers to the dried seed: peas, beans, lentils and chickpeas.

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UN launches 2016 International Year of Pulses

“The International Year 2016 is a great opportunity to raise awareness of the benefits of pulses as the world embarks on efforts to achieve the newly adopted Sustainable Development Goals.”
UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon


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