Beans are a super food because they are high in protein, fibre, and other minerals. Lima beans are particularly high in iron. One cup of lima beans contains approximately one-quarter of the necessary daily iron intake.
Rava, colloquially referred to as semolina or suji, is a granular form of maida. Similarly to maida, rava is produced from finely crushed wheat endosperm that is bran and germ-free. Rava is used to make idlis, uthpam, upma, halwa, and laddus. Rava is nutritionally equivalent to maida flour. The item is used as a batter ingredient in a number of Indian cuisines.
Green gram, commonly called mung bean or moong, is a leguminous plant of the Fabaceae family with the scientific name Vigna radiata. This little, oval-shaped green bean is commonly utilized in Indian cuisine, and no meal is complete without dals, whether served with rice or roti.
Bamboo rice is a unique and rare product since it grows at the conclusion of the 60-year lifespan of bamboo grass. It has a characteristic jasmine hue and scent. It is extremely nutritious and grows organically. Give yourself this natural gift.