Moth bean have high protein, cholesterol-lowering fiber, potassium. It also helps control blood sugar levels.
Vigna aconitifolia, called the moth bean (pronounced "moat bean"), mat bean, Turkish gram , is a small, drought-resistant annual trailing herb with small yellow flowers and deeply lobed leaves, grown especially in dry parts of South Asia for its tiny (3-4 mm) edible beans, which range in color from light brown to dark reddish brown.
The sprouted beans taste somewhat sweet. A hot whether legume, the moth bean thrives where temperatures are high.
Moth beans survives with little moisture; if it is placed near the end of rainy season the moisture remaining in the soil is often enough to mature a crop, which takes 2-3 months, with little or no additional rainfall or irrigation.
Growing only about 25 cm tall, the plant forms a mat across the soil surface. The pods when young, are eaten as a table vegetable, the tiny beans contain high protein and other nutrients.
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If you want to clean the exterior of the microwave oven, use baking soda. You can also wipe down the outside with vinegar after scrubbing. To thoroughly clean the inside of the microwave oven, add two tablespoons of lemon juice to a cup of water in a microwave safe bowl. Heat the mixture and allow to boil for approximately five minutes. Wipe out the inside with a sponge.
Mercury. Most of the fish and shellfish consumed has mercury in it. While some fish have less than others, it is almost impossible not to be putting mercury in your body when you eat fish.
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