We set out on our culinary journey searching for exciting flavour combinations that would work well with our naturally delicious and nutritious pulses to create a new breed of savoury Super Snacks. From street food vendors in Asia to spice markets in India and back to our own shores, our inspiration has come from near and far.
#We Love Pulses!@Love Pulses. They're so good that the United Nations has proclaimed 2016 the International Year of Pulses.
#LovePulses. Why Pulses?
Pulses are our culinary heroes. They are:
- As delicious as they are nutritious
- Deliciously and culturally diverse
- Good for people and good for the planet
“They are high in protein, fibre and various vitamins, provide amino acids, and are increasingly becoming recognised as an excellent part of a healthy diet throughout the world. Pulse crops are one of the most sustainable crops a farmer can grow. It takes just 43 gallons of water to produce one pound of pulses, compared with 216 for soybeans and 368 for peanuts. They also contribute to soil quality by fixing nitrogen in the soil.” IYOP