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Be Healthy. Try these Recipes in the Early 2017

 

Organic. Sustainable. Healthy. These are not simply buzz words that we have heard in the past year, but these words strongly described an acquired way of life for many people. The demand for organic food has grown tremendously in many …

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Great Recipe Ideas and Foods to Explore in 2017

 

We have curated Western Rice Mills top articles in 2016 and we would love to share some food knowledge and feature select recipes. The year 2016 was the year when we explored tremendously topics and recipes on pulses and lentils. …

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Creating Healthful Diets Could Be Simple

 

How simple could it be to achieve eating nutritious meals? Creating healthful diets could start by setting your mind towards becoming healthy. And that should start with the right attitude towards choosing the right foods; and becoming determined with that …

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Learn to Cook Pulses, Lentils and More!

 

Learn to Cook Lentils and Other Pulse Foods! Heard about pulses early this year? Pulses such as lentils, beans and peas have gained popularity these days. In fact, 2016 has been named as the International Year of Pulses. Read the …

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Just What are Pulses, Lentils, Beans and Peas?

 

Just What are Pulses, Lentils, Beans and Peas? It has been known since the early part of the year 2016 that it is the “International Year of Pulses” (IYP). This was declared in the 68th United Nations (UN) General Assembly. …

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WRM 10 Best Fave Tweets on Quinoa, Rice and Lentil This Month of May

 

Get healthy! Find smart ideas on cooking and eating better. Western Rice Mills’ (WRM) is pleased to present its 10 best featured tweets on Quinoa, Rice and Lentil this month of May. These are excellent recipes that you can try …

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8 Links to Recipes Featuring Lentils and More

 

Lentils, like peas and beans, belong to legume family. These foods contain nutrients including iron, folate, potassium and phosphorous. They are very rich in protein and fiber; and are very low in fat. As such, these foods can be your …

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