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Nutritional Value of Navy Beans and Lima Beans

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Nutritional Value of Navy Beans and Lima Beans

Nutritional value of navy beans (French beans): Navy beans are small, dense, smooth and white colored beans. These belong to the family of legumes and are used for food like other common beans.

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Nutritional Value of Chickpeas and Black Gram

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Nutritional Value of Chickpeas and Black Gram

Nutritional value of chickpeas (garbanzo beans, Bengal gram): Chickpeas are the brown colored beans of a legume plant. These are green when raw and turn brown when dried. These are nutritious and rich in protein that makes the diet healthy.

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Nutritional Value of Cowpea and Pigeon Pea

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Nutritional Value of Cowpea and Pigeon Pea

Nutritional value of cowpea (black-eyed peas): Cowpea or back-eyed pea is a pale colored legume with a firm black colored eye shaped spot on it. It is commonly cooked to prepare food.

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