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Aaron Flansburg, a pulse farmer from Palouse, Washington, introduces us to his family and talks about life on the farm.
Did you know November 11-17, 2012, is National Split Pea Soup Week? Dan D. Pea takes you from field to soup pot. Want to join in the celebration? Visit http://www.cookingwithpulses.com for split pea soup recipes.
Over a hundred pulse (dry peas, lentils, chickpeas and beans) enthusiasts gathered at the Black Cypress restaurant in Pullman, Washington to celebrate 2016 International Year of Pulses. This is but one of hundreds of Pulse Feast celebrations that took place around the world on January 6, 2016. Hav...
North American Launch, New York, November 18 The American Pulse Association, organized a media event to highlight the nutritional role of pulses to 100 journalists, bloggers and other influencers. Taking place at the Michelin-starred restaurant, Public, this dinner convened five famous chefs, who r...
How do you cook with pulses (dry peas, lentils and chickpeas)? This video gives tips on how to prepare, how to cook, length of time, what to cook them with and storage information.
Pulse crops, a food category include dry peas, beans, lentils, and chickpeas, are a true "Superfood" offering plant-based protein, high fiber, and essential nutrients. Pulses are affordable, versatile, healthy and nutritious, and is one of the most sustainable crops on the planet. Check them out!