Black Soya Bean / Bhatt Ki Dal
Organically and naturally grown Black Soya Bean/ Bhatt Ki dal from the pristine hills of Uttarakhand farms.
Black Soya Bean Nutrition
Bhatt or black soya bean is a pahadi dal/lentil, is a famous food among the people of Uttarakhand especially of the Kumaon region. It is a high protein pulse grown in the hilly regions of Uttarakhand and is eaten by every Kumaoni. The good thing about the Kumaoni cuisine is that the cereal that is grown here in hilly regions of Uttarakhand is free from fertilizers and is 100 percent organic food.
"Bhatt ki Dal" is highly nutritious and free from fertilizers and is eaten because it helps people of colder regions survive the harsh conditions of mountains.
Apart from being so healthy Bhatt ki, Dal is finger-licking good in taste.
The people of Kumaon call it Bhatt ki Churdkani.
Recipe of Black Soyabean dal :
White Soya Bean
The white variety is higher in some phytonutrients, including antioxidants. The only distinction between white and black soybeans is the color of the hull, so any nutritional difference will be found in the white outer shell. Similar to blueberries and raspberries, the dark exterior of the white soybean contains antioxidants that inhibit the oxidation of other molecules.
‘Organic food’ vs ‘non-organic food’ Organic food is grown without fertilizers and pesticides, on land that has been left fallow to free it of chemical residue. The foods are environment-friendly and do not contain additives, antibiotics, hormones, or genetically modified organisms.
Benefits Of Going Organic
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