Red Lentils

Lentils are known as poor peoples´ food. NO WAY!!! Pulses are just amazing!

The small seeds host the charme of the orient and are cultivated since more than 8.000 years. Lentils taste delicious, are very nutritious and contain a lot of precious vitamins, trace elements and proteins. Do you want to improve your blood fat and blood sugar level? Then you shouldn´t miss lentils. They bind the undesirable substances and support their elimination from the body.

At a glance:

  • High protein
  • Gluten free
  • Vegan
  • Very low salt
  • Source of fibre 



Buckwheat

Mmmh, lovely buckwheat…
Tastes like grain, but is none.

But what is it then? Have you ever heard something about knotgrass? For example rhubarb and sorrel also belong to this family. Buckwheat is a so called pseudocereal, that forms little nut-like crops. These crops you can peel and ground to flour. „Free-from“ gluten and lectin, buckwheat is perfectly suitable to be enjoyed as a proper meal! Do you want to improve your blood sugar and blood pressure? Then you definetely should try buckwheat. Japanese love the „super-pseudocereal“ as ingredient in Soba-Noodles, Canadiens make their pancakes from buckwheat flour… and we enjoy it as delicious pasta.

At a glance:

  • High protein
  • Gluten free
  • Vegan
  • Very low salt
  • Source of fibre 



Chickpea

Favourite food of chicks…. could be your first thought by hearing the name chickpea. 

Chickpeas are consumed since thousands of years and are full of nutrients. They don´t contain a lot of calories, but they DO have plenty of proteins, mineral substances and dietary fibre. Want giving up eating meat?Cchickpea is the perfect substitute!

A portion of cooked chickpeas (approx. 220 gram) provides about 20 grams of protein. So it´s no surprise that chickpeas have spread their culinary influence all over the world.

At a glance:

  • High protein
  • Gluten free
  • Vegan
  • Very low salt


Sorghum + Pea

Millet and legumes – what a great couple, soooo small and yet soooo big!

The pea itself is plays a prominent role in numerous fairy tales and now also in our brand new gluten free pasta. Nowadays, the yellow vegetable has lost its charm a bit, but yellow peas are full of healthy benefits. They contain a lot of protein as well as folic acid, iron, calcium, potassium, and magnesium.

Sorghum is a type of millet, which comes from Africa and is very rich in minerals. The small, valuable type of grain is also rich in antioxidants.

Pasta made from these combined ingredients is a winning team for every diet.

At a glance:

  • High protein
  • Gluten free
  • Vegan
  • Very low salt


Lentil + Chestnut

It is a popular wisdom that a chestnut in your pocket protects you from rheumatism, gout and backache.

We say that (pastas made from) chestnuts are perfect when you’re hungry.The yellow lentil is one of about 70 different types of lentils worldwide. Actually, it is a legume without a husk, since the bright yellow colour will only be revealed, when the lentils are peeled.
The lentils tangy taste, in combination with the sweet chestnut, gives the brand new pasta a real flavour boost. At the same time, the power pasta is rich in zinc, potassium, essential amino acids, and unsaturated fatty acids.

At a glance:

  • High protein
  • Gluten free
  • Vegan
  • Very low salt
  • Low Fat


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