The acclaimed Nehru Science Centre in Mumbai, India is hosting a packed exhibition with a series of educational activities to help raise awareness of the contribution of pulses to food security and nutrition among its thousands of visitors.
Imagine you are a budding young chef, with one chance to impress the First Lady of the United States with you cooking talent. It bears the killer question: what recipe am I going to choose?
A new Nielsen report ‘Consumers Up Their Protein With Quick And Healthy Meat Alternatives' shows rising pulse consumption in the USA driven by consumers seeking alternative protein sources to meat. Pulses are more commonly known as Dried Beans, Peas, Lentils & Chickpeas.
The report highlighted the growth of lentils & chickpeas, by 11.1% and 6.4% respectively, which Andrew Jacobs, Chair of UK Pulses Promotion Group, described as ‘unusual’.
Left to their own devices, nursery children love nothing better than to make mud pies and potions; concocting and mixing is such a magical business, you never quite know what you might end up with. Give a kid some edible ingredients to experiment with, and a little direction and then the fun really begins, sparking off a curiosity and love for food that can last a lifetime.
Youth Food Movement Australia kicks off the Meat Free Week celebrations with The Lazy Guide To Eating (and Enjoying) Plant Proteins. Check out this quick and easy guide to cooking with five quick and easy pulses during meat free week, or any time of the year:
British politicians celebrated the United Nations declared International Year of Pulses in the Houses of Parliament in London today.