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Immature legume pods and green seed are used as vegetables. Green pods contain good quantities of fiber and most nutrients, especially protein, vitamins and minerals, but minimal oil and carbohydrates. Immature seed contains similar nutrients to mature seed but are higher in vitamins A and C and are easier to digest. A few leguminous vegetables contain toxic substances. All should be cooked before consuming. They can be adequately prepared by boiling 20 minutes.



  1. Las vainas inmaduras y las semillas verdes de leguminosas se utilizan como verduras. Las vainas verdes contienen buenas cantidades de fibra y de la mayoría de los nutrientes, especialmente proteínas, vitaminas y minerales, pero muy poco aceite y carbohidratos. Las semillas inmaduras contienen...
  2. Abstract,International Journal of Current Microbiology and Applied Sciences, 2018 Vegetables farm an important portion of human diet and are more important for the vegetarian population. Family Leguminosae is one of the highly diverse families of vegetables. In addition, vegetables belonging to...
  3. 1/11/2017 By integrating legumes intoc ropping systems, small-scale farmers in low-resource settings can invest in the long-term health and resilience of their soils. Success or failure depends largely on choosing the right legume(s). Selection or screening trials are use ful experiments that direct...
  4. 1/1/1978 Papers presented in the 1st International Symposium on Developing the Potentials of the Winged Bean. One outcome of the symposium was the discovery that the great potential offered by this plant seems to be matched only by the complex problems, biology-or market-related, associated with its...
  5. 19/1/1996 This publication lists the pathogens and locations where they are distributed for chickpeas and pigeonpeas.
  6. 1/1/1981 Few crops have risen so quickly from total obscurity to the winged bean's current level of prominence. The publication is written to acquaint administrators and uninitiated researchers with the plant and it's promise.
  7. The Winged Bean Flyer was established in 1977, with the support of The Asia Foundation, as part of the Foundation's effort to encourage development of a cooperative international program on the winged bean. This publication reported on the efforts to bring about the development of winged bean as...
  8. 1/1/1982 This publication contains the major aspects of pigeonpeas production. It has been prepared as part of a program to study Biological Nitrogen Fixation for Food Production in the Tropics.
  9. The objective of this unit is to describe the morphological characteristics that differentiate the cultivated species of the genus Phaseolus. Agronomic and adaptative characteristics will be considered, as well as the potential use and genetic variability of each species.
  10. This publication discusses all aspects of growing mung beans from climate, cultural management, weed control, pests and disease to harvesting and storage.
  11. The worshop proceedings begin with a general overview of Mucuna and its food and feed uses. After that, the papers themselves appear according to the six workshop sessions: A View from the Field, Anti-Nutritional Factors in Mucuna, Mucuna as a Food, Mucuna as a Feed for Ruminants, Mucuna as a...
  12. 1/1/2003 This notebook is a special issue of Tropical and Subtropical Agroecosystems, 2003 on Increasing Mucuna's Potential as a Food and Feed Crop.

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