Beans, Brinjals & Okra

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  •  50.00

    About

    Beans are high in protein, complex carbohydrates, folate, and iron. Beans also have significant amounts of fiber and soluble fiber, with one cup of cooked beans providing between nine and 13 grams of fiber. Soluble fiber can help lower blood cholesterol.
    Benefits

    Folate,Antioxidants,Heart health,Reduced risk of cancer,Diabetes and glucose metabolism,Preventing fatty liver,Controlling appetite, Protein is a vital nutrient that plays a key role in maintaining and repairing the body.

    Storage and Uses

    Store unwashed fresh beans pods in a plastic bag kept in the refrigerator crisper. Whole beans stored this way should keep for about seven days.Remove from heat and let them cool thoroughly before placing them in freezer bags and storing them in your freezer.
  •  10.00

    About:

    Brinjal , also known as eggplant or aubergine, is an easily cultivated plant belonging to the family Solanaceae. Its fruit is high in nutrition and commonly consumed as a vegetable. The fruit and other parts of the plant are used in traditional medicine.
    Benefits:
    Eggplant is a high-fiber, low-calorie food that is rich in nutrients and comes with many potentialhealth benefits. From reducing the risk of heart disease to helping with blood sugar control and weight loss, eggplants are a simple and delicious addition to any healthy diet.
    Storage and Uses:
    The best place to store eggplant is not in the refrigerator, but at room temperature, where it’s likely to last longer. Keep eggplant in a cool spot, away from direct sunlight, and use it as soon as possible after harvesting or buying.
  •  20.00

    About:

    Okra, also known as gumbo or ladies’ fingers, is a warm-season vegetable. It is a good source of minerals, vitamins, antioxidants, and fiber.Okra has a mild taste and a unique texture, with a peach-like fuzz on the outside. Inside the pod are small, edible seeds.
    Benefits:
    Okra is a nutritious food with many health benefits. It’s rich in magnesium, folate, fiber, antioxidants, and vitamin C, K1, and A. Okra may benefit pregnant women, heart health, and blood sugar control. It may even have anticancer properties.
    Storage and Uses:
    To store okra in the fridge, wrap them in a paper towel or place inside a paper bag, and store in the vegetable drawer. Do not wash fresh okra until you are ready to use it. To freeze okra, blanch the whole pods in boiling water  dunk them in a pot of boiling water for no more than one minute.
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