The Global Pulse Confederation today introduced the Pulse Brand and ‘Made with Pulses’ seal at the IFT Annual Meeting & Food Expo. The Pulse Brand and ‘Made with Pulses’ seal are distinctive green and gold symbols intended to help consumers easily identify food products that contain pulse ingredients (dry peas, beans, lentils and chickpeas). The seal and Pulse Brand are available to food manufacturers, consumer packaged goods (CPG) companies and the foodservice industry to use on packages and in promotions.
Here at Banza, we're obsessed with food. And we believe you shouldn't have to choose between healthy and tasty. Which is where our chickpea love story begins...
In classical Greece, the austerity of everyday life was the Ancient Greeks’ greatest virtue. It also characterized a frugal diet based on the triad: olive oil, wheat, and wine.
Teaching my grandmother to suck eggs is not an activity in which I am practiced, being denied the opportunity because she will not touch them, resting somewhere on the spectrum between a vegetarian and a vegan. As a Jain, she adheres to the principle of ahimsa (अहिंसा) and her diet reflects this unwillingness to harm or injure other beings. Anekāntavāda (अनेकान्तवाद) is another key Jain tenet, reflecting the “many-sidedness” of truth and reality. My grandmother used to explain it to me by the ancient parable of the elephant, which still remains a valuable pedagogical tool on multi-perspectivity in a variety of contexts.
A 190-page book, featuring recipes from across the world, has been launched in Rome to celebrate the importance of beans, peas, chickpeas and lentils.
Nettie Cronish is a vegetarian and organic foods chef, culinary instructor and cookbook author. She is the author of 6 cookbooks: Nourish: Whole Food Recipes Featuring Seeds (which was co-authored with registered dietitian Cara Rosenbloom of Words to Eat By), Nuts & Beans, Flex Appeal: A Vegetarian Cookbook For Families With Meat-Eaters, Everyday Flexitarian: Recipes for Vegetarians & Meat Lovers Alike, New Vegetarian Basics, The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Being Vegetarian in Canada, and Nettie’s Vegetarian Kitchen.