You probably know lentils: yellow, brown, green, orange, etc. The ones you buy dry and can cook in soups, stews, salads, burgers and many more recipes. There is however, one type of lentil you might have seen before and you didn't realize is also a member of the pulses family.
Water lentils is one of the world's smallest, floating, flowering plant, that has been ignored for centuries since it tends to get pushed away, and covered by larger, more bulky plants. Water lentils are gaining global awareness since it grows and reproduces faster than any other leafed plant, it can be harvested every day. Furthermore, 98% of the post-harvest water can be recycled for the new crop.
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