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  1. Vanilla Roasted ButterRecipe
    roasted butter should also (as long as it's not burnt). Is vanilla tamasic?aboutOrchid butters. Close your eyes. The vision arrives like a prayer, like the beige wings of an archangel and a single dropRead more
  2. 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
  3. photo The best plant-based sources of proteinThe best plant-based sources of proteinNews
    beans are high in , though some are higher than others. Studies have shown that soybeans contain the largest amounts of protein (between 9 and 13 percent), followed closely by winged beans (9-12 percentRead more
  4. photo 13 Decadent Vegan Super Bowl Party Food Ideas: Slide Over Celery Sticks!13 Decadent Vegan Super Bowl Party Food Ideas: Slide Over Celery Sticks!Article
    of black-eyed peas and spicy peppers. I like to add black beans to my version, too. Delicious. 10. Mango Guacamole: Mangoes in your guacamole, yum! Bonus for those with allergies, this guac is nightshadeRead more
  5. photo 7 Healthier Ideas for Your Super Bowl Snackdown7 Healthier Ideas for Your Super Bowl SnackdownArticle
     mess with the sacred combination of wings and beer. But you can back them up with a few tasty snacks that contain real food. Here’s a selection of recipes that are just as snackworthy as chips-n-dipRead more
  6. photo Meatless Monday Roundup: 5 Tempeh RecipesMeatless Monday Roundup: 5 Tempeh RecipesArticle
    this week. The first contender for the place at your Meatless Monday table is a delicious Indonesian dish known as sambal goreng, depicted above. The dish is a combination of tempeh, long bean and spicesRead more
  7. photo Benefits of Raising Chickens: Organic Weed and Pest ControlBenefits of Raising Chickens: Organic Weed and Pest ControlArticle
    , and can decimate crops such as kale, peas, beans and tomatoes in a matter of minutes. It’s important to either fence them into the area you want them to work in, or to fence them out of the area you wantRead more
  8. photo Healthier Chips and Dip Ideas for Football SeasonHealthier Chips and Dip Ideas for Football SeasonArticle
    the Doritos Jacked Ranch Dipped Hot Wings Flavored Tortilla Chips (yes, that’s a real thing). Instead, try plain old corn chips, whose ingredients are corn, corn oil and salt. Better yet, try the low-sodiumRead more
  9. photo 21+ Summer Slow Cooker Recipes21+ Summer Slow Cooker RecipesArticle
    and more ingenious ways to use them, from roasting a whole chicken to making brownies and just about everything in between. Bittman’s endless recipe starts with dry beans—which do gorgeously wellRead more
  10. photo Top 10 Healthy Food Trend Predictions of 2014Top 10 Healthy Food Trend Predictions of 2014Article
    plate. 1. Beans: With veganism topping Forbes’ list of food trends in 2013, it’s no surprise that beans are getting some well-deserved attention. High in fiber, digestible plant protein and healthy carbsRead more

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Winged bean

Seed / Vegetable

The winged bean (Psophocarpus tetragonolobus), also known as the Goa bean, asparagus pea, four-angled bean, four-cornered bean, Manila bean, Mauritius bean, and winged pea, is a tropical legume plant native to New Guinea. It grows abundantly in hot, humid equatorial countries, from the Philippines and Indonesia to India, Burma, Thailand and Sri Lanka. It is widely known, yet grown on a small...More