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Red Lentils

Red Lentils

Red Lentils
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Certified organic red split lentils

Ingredients: Organic red lentils
25g Sample
75g Stand Up Pouch
1kg Bag


  • Serving Size: 3g /cup
  • Steeping Temp: °C
  • Steeping Time: mins.
  • Certification: Organic
  • Origin: Turkey
  • Caffeine:

Red Lentils

Red split lentils are certified organic, gluten and wheat free. They are excellent source of protein, fiber and iron. High in soluble fiber, help to lower cholesterol, reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease and stabilize blood sugar levels. Red lentils are earthy and mild in flavor, while tender in texture. Cooked red lentils can be used as an alternative to meat in recipes, they can also be used as an addition to salads and soups. Red lentils blend or mash easily to add texture, thickness, and depth to recipes.

Tasting Notes

Certification: Organic
Base flavor: Sweet

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Ayurvedic Cleansing Kitchari - by Safiya Motala

Ayurvedic Cleansing Kitchari

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About this cleanse

This cleanse is a monodiet, which means you will be eating this for all meals each day. Generally, a kitchari cleanse is followed from a short 3-day cleanse, to a longer 2 weeks. If this is your first time, start with 3 days. For breakfast, some kitchari cleanses suggest a simple oatmeal could be substituted for kitchari.

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