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  1. Ginger DalRecipe
    1/2 tsp Turmeric 1c Yellow Lentil (Toor Dal) preparationBring toor dal and green chilies to a boil in 1 quart of water. Mash dal and green chilies. Heat oilRead more
  2. photo Red Lentil <b>Dal</b>Red Lentil DalRecipe
    (Masoor Dal) 1/2 tsp Salt (Mineral Salt) 3tbsp Sunflower Oil 2whole Tomato 1/2 tsp Turmeric 3c WaterRead more
  3. photo A Warming 5-Lentil <b>Dal</b> RecipeA Warming 5-Lentil Dal RecipeRecipe
    friends and I would treat ourselves to dinner out. While I’ve added meat back into my diet since then, I still love preparing some of my favorite vegetarian Indian dishes, like this 5-lentil dal recipeRead more
  4. photo Mung <b>Dal</b> Kitchari (kapha Reducing)Mung Dal Kitchari (kapha Reducing)Recipe
    the liquid, and add another 4c of fresh water to the mung dal. 2. When the mung beans are dissolved into the broth (1-3hrs depending upon desired textured), grind the ginger, cinnamon, cardamom and cuminRead more
  5. photo Mung <b>Dal</b> Kitchari (Vata Reducing)Mung Dal Kitchari (Vata Reducing)Recipe
    off any foam that forms on the top. Then, strain out the liquid, and add another 4c to the mung dal. Meanwhile mash the ginger with a mortar and pestle, or slice thinly. Set the mustard seed aside. MixRead more
  6. photo Mung <b>Dal</b>, Coconut & Cilantro Kitchari (pitta Reducing)Mung Dal, Coconut & Cilantro Kitchari (pitta Reducing)Recipe
    c Mung Bean 1/4 tsp Salt (Mineral Salt) 1/2 tsp Turmeric 6c Water preparationWash the mung dal and rice separatelyRead more
  7. photo Is Mung <b>Dal</b> Kitchari (Kapha Reducing) Good for Me?Is Mung Dal Kitchari (Kapha Reducing) Good for Me?Recipe
    Experiences: Stimulates-energy, Cardiac-stimulant, Diuretic Type: Beans-Legumes Meal: Lunch-Dinner Occasion: Cleanse, On-the-mend Preparation: Boiled Style: Ayurvedic Recommended for:...Read more
  8. photo Is Mung <b>Dal</b> Kitchari (Vata Reducing) Good for Me?Is Mung Dal Kitchari (Vata Reducing) Good for Me?Recipe
    Experiences: Stimulates-energy, Flushes-sinuses, Diuretic Type: Beans-Legumes Meal: Lunch-Dinner Occasion: On-the-mend, Cleanse Preparation: Boiled Style: Ayurvedic Recommended for: Spring,...Read more
  9. photo Is Mung <b>Dal</b>, Coconut & Cilantro Kitchari (Pitta Reducing) Good for Me?Is Mung Dal, Coconut & Cilantro Kitchari (Pitta Reducing) Good for Me?Recipe
    Experiences: Stimulates-energy, Flushes-sinuses, Relieves-burning Type: Beans-Legumes Meal: Lunch-Dinner Occasion: Cleanse, On-the-mend Preparation: Boiled Style: Indian Recommended for: Summer,...Read more
  10. photo A User’s Guide to Traditional Nepalese FoodA User’s Guide to Traditional Nepalese FoodArticle
    affair experience that tells the story of the country in every bite. Here are a few of the dishes you’ll taste when you visit Nepal. 1. Dal Bhat – Arguably, Dal Bhat is Nepal’s national dishRead more

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Color blindness

Disease

Color blindness, or color vision deficiency, is the inability or decreased ability to see color, or perceive color differences, under normal lighting conditions. Color blindness affects a significant percentage of the population. There is no actual blindness but there is a deficiency of color vision. The most usual cause is a fault in the development of one or more sets of retinal cones that...More

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Dal

Legume

Dal (IPA: [d̪aːl]) is a dried pulse (lentil, pea or various types of bean) which has been split. It is also known as pappu, paripu or paruppu (Tamil).The outer hull is usually stripped off; dal that has not been hulled is described as chilka (skin), e.g. chilka urad dal, mung dal chilka. The word dal is also used to name the thick stew prepared from these pulses, an important part of Indian,...More