Millets, Grains,Pulses and Oilseeds

Toor:

Toor/Arhar (Pigeon pea) is full of nutrition and offers many health benefits. It is a very well-known and commonly used pulse in India. It has been cultivated since prehistoric times for its nutritional and medicinal benefits. …(More About Toor)


Kodu:

Kodu is used as a staple food in various parts of India and is traditionally known for its medicinal uses. All parts of the plant have uses in folkfore medicine. …(More About Kodu)


Amaranth:

Amaranth literally means denying death, or rather, granting immortality.
 Amaranth has been cultivated as a grain for 8,000 years.  Amaranth seeds is a well known grain that has many nutritious benefits and is also used in the ayurvedic medicine for treating many disorders. …(More About Amaranth)


Mustard:

Mustard seed is used as a spice. Grinding and mixing the seeds with water, vinegar, or other liquids, creates the yellow condiment known as prepared mustard.  (more about Mustard)


Til (Sesame):

Sesame seeds may be the oldest condiment known to man. Sesame seeds are highly valued for their high content of sesame oil that is very resistant to rancidity. (more about Til)


Bajra:

It is the most widely grown type of millet. It has been grown in Africa and the Indian subcontinent since prehistoric times. The earliest archaeological records in India date to around 2000 BC. (more about Bajra)


Maize:

Maize is highly rich in carbohydrates. Many people would prefer maize to other energy foods to supply them with energy.  (more about Maize)