Red Bean

Also called the lima bean or the “Bean of Lima” after the city where the Spanish discovered it for the first time. Adopted by navigators for its nutritional qualities, its ability to be transported and cooked, this bean was t
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Soy

The protein in soy can easily replace any animal proteins. Its milk contains no lactose and therefore is a good substitute for animal milk. Soybeans are transformed into many variations: Sprouting, Edamame, Miso Paste, Milk, Tofu,
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White Bean

Very rich in proteins, white beans are economic vegetable that will make you feel full fairly quickly with many benefits to your body and health.
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Garbanzo

Chickpeas generally don’t have good press, “especially when it is in the head,”as French joke goes. And even growing on arid soil, they are packed with nutrients, having nourished us since the dawn of time.
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Lentils

The lentil is the steak of the vegetable garden. If you can’t eat meat, this legume can supplement your protein intake. In salad, soup, or as an accompaniment, lentils are relished by both the young and old.
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