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09-18-2004, 01:51 AM
Has anyone tried Pulse?
If so ....is it really Raw? And do you think it could be homemade?
09-18-2004, 02:06 AM
I have not heard of a specific dish being referred to as "pulse"...this is what "Pulse" is to me (Encyclopedia Definition):
Crop such as peas and beans. Pulses are grown primarily for their seeds, which provide a concentrated source of vegetable protein, and make a vital contribution to human diets in poor countries where meat is scarce, and among vegetarians. Soybeans are the major temperate protein crop in the West; most are used for oil production or for animal feed. In Asia, most are processed into soymilk and beancurd. Peanuts dominate pulse production in the tropical world and are generally consumed as human food.
Pulses play a useful role in crop rotation as they help to raise soil nitrogen levels as well as acting as break crops. In the mid-1980s, world production was about 50 million tonnes a year."
Do you mean "Dulse", Sea Veggie/Weed?
09-18-2004, 02:16 AM
No here is a website about it.. wondered if anyone has tried it.
09-18-2004, 03:03 AM
Oh...I saw a rather gimmicky product line exactly like this being offered at Donas' Doula Conference a few years ago...the foods are "wind chamber dried". It looks like just another substitute for whole fresh foods...Let me know if you try it! I had a friend with me at the conference and she bought the whole line of products ( a different brand- same concept) for a "2 week cleanse" and it cost her $500.00 for several packets of what looked and tasted like improperly combined freeze-dried foods...
09-18-2004, 03:06 AM
I Think I will pass on this product.
Thanks for the info :)
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