Ayurvedic Staple Traditionally Used to Make Kitchari
Yellow mung dal is made from whole mung beans that have been hulled and split, resulting in a delicate lentil-like legume that is quick to cook and easy to digest. It is high in dietary fiber and an excellent source of protein, making this a healthy choice for vegans, vegetarians, and omnivores alike. When combined with our organic basmati rice and tasty Kitchari Spice Mix, you will have a simple and nourishing meal that is an Ayurvedic tradition—kitchari. Yellow mung dal is a staple food in many countries all over the world and certified organic dal can be difficult to find in the United States. Our dal is certified organic, sustainably sourced, and can make a great addition to your pantry.
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