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Vegetarians and vegans often welcome lentils into their diets because of its' high protein, fiber content, nutrients, and its' multifaceted properties especially when it comes to cooking.
Throughout history many civilizations have found the benefits of lentils, such as the Egyptians who had lentils in their tombs. Thus, implying that it was food of kings and held in high value. Nowadays, lentils are used in many cuisines around the world because of its variety and availability.
Being that lentils are upheld as a superfood because it offers outstanding amounts of vitamins and minerals we are proud to use this staple food as the main and only ingredient in our pasta. Plain and simple lentils have amazing benefits, let's talk about some of the simple characteristics of such:
With these and many more benefits, we are so thankful to have a food that can replace the most beloved pasta dishes you love!
Mercola , Joseph. “What Are Lentils Good For?” Mercola.com, 2020, foodfacts.mercola.com/lentils.html.
Ganesan, Kumar, and Baojun Xu. “Polyphenol-Rich Lentils and Their Health Promoting Effects.” International Journal of Molecular Sciences, MDPI, 10 Nov. 2017, www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5713359/#:~:text=Lentils%20are%20among%20the%20cost,prevention%20of%20obesity%20and%20CVD.