Pulses are the dry seeds from leguminous plants, used for the purposes of food or animal feed. They exclude those seeds that are harvested fresh i.e. green peas (considered vegetables) or used mainly for oil extraction (soyabean, groundnut).
Some common examples of pulses used in Indian cuisine are kidney beans (Rajma), chickpeas (Chole), lentils (Arhar daal, chana daal). These form an integral part of a typical Indian meal, across every part of the nation
Growing pulses impacts the soil and environment in multiple ways
Pulses maybe seen as a superfood owing to the many benefits they provide on consumption.
REFERENCE: https://www.fao.org/world-pulses-day/en/ #WorldPulsesDay #PulsesForPeople #SustainableFood
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