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  1. photo Short on Time? These 3 <b>Beans</b> Don’t Need SoakingShort on Time? These 3 Beans Don’t Need SoakingArticle
    it supports best. Green legumes, such as green lentils, split peas or mung beans, support the liver (as do other green foods like sprouts, leafy greens and herbs). Red beans like adzuki or kidney beans supportRead more
  2. photo Sprouting 101: How to Sprout Everything from <b>Adzuki</b> to LentilsSprouting 101: How to Sprout Everything from Adzuki to LentilsArticle
    -friendly. In the process of changing my diet, I’ve learned some great tips on sprouting everything from adzuki beans to lentils. Try this seven-step process to become a sprouter extraordinaire and enjoy someRead more
  3. photo DIY Kitchen Staples: <b>Beans</b>, <b>Beans</b>, They’re Good For You!DIY Kitchen Staples: Beans, Beans, They’re Good For You!Article
    , mung, fava, lima, adzuki, soy, and garbanzo (aka chickpeas)…I’m getting hungry just writing the list! Whichever bean you prefer, here are some general rules of thumbs on how to prepare them: In orderRead more
  4. photo The best natural sources of manganeseThe best natural sources of manganeseNews
    the Old and New World. They are also consistently high in manganese. Half of a cup (85 grams) of lima beans and winged beans, for example, contain just over half of our RDI. Chickpeas, adzuki beansRead more
  5. photo Crafting a Vegan Winter StewCrafting a Vegan Winter StewArticle
    first, or opt for the convenient canned, cooked beans, try anything from the familiar black beans and kidney beans to the lesser-known adzuki beans or black-eyed peas. Lentils are also a great choiceRead more
  6. photo Sprouting a Revolution: Are Sprouts the Latest Superfood?Sprouting a Revolution: Are Sprouts the Latest Superfood?Article
    and adzuki bean sprout salad is a must-make, filled with flavors, nutrients and protein. This sprout wrap is an inexpensive and healthy lunch for work or school. This Korean bean sprouts recipe is perfectlyRead more
  7. photo Getting Into the Macrobiotic Diet? 5 Essential Kitchen ToolsGetting Into the Macrobiotic Diet? 5 Essential Kitchen ToolsArticle
    Any beginner to macrobiotic cuisine can feel a little intimidated when learning new ingredients and terms: gomasio, adzuki beans, amasake, kudzu, to name a few. And while you still may needRead more
  8. photo Maintain health this autumn and beyond with traditional Chinese medicineMaintain health this autumn and beyond with traditional Chinese medicineNews
    , sesame, tofu, seaweed, yogurt, wood ear mushroom, pear, persimmon,and honey.Warm and nourishing foods are also valuable. Focus on sourdough bread, millet, rice, sweet potato, adzuki beans, carrots, leeksRead more
  9. photo 4 Fall-Inspired Healthy Make-Ahead Meals to Make Now for Tomorrow’s Breakfast, Lunch or Dinner4 Fall-Inspired Healthy Make-Ahead Meals to Make Now for Tomorrow’s Breakfast, Lunch or DinnerArticle
    letting it go overnight). Some tasty fall flavors to use in there? Try any mixture of the following: winter squash, adzuki beans, pumpkin puree, fire-roasted tomatoes, chopped bacon or tempeh bacon, onionsRead more
  10. photo 6 Ways to Kick the Canned Food Habit for Good (A User’s Guide)6 Ways to Kick the Canned Food Habit for Good (A User’s Guide)Article
    canned beans. Really. You can also start out with beans that don’t need soaking like mungs, adzukis and even lentils (technically a legume). 2. Soups Canned soups suck. You may not know this yet, but onceRead more

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Adzuki bean

The adzuki bean (Vigna angularis; from the Japanese アズキ(小豆 (azuki?), sometimes transliterated as azuki or aduki) is an annual vine widely grown throughout East Asia and the Himalayas for its small (approximately 5 mm) bean. The cultivars most familiar in Northeast Asia have a uniform red colour. However, white, black, gray and variously mottled varieties are also known. Scientists presume Vigna...More