Why do we eat bean flour during fasting? Learn how it is made and the benefits

Most bean flour is eaten during fasting. Its flour is used to make puriyas, parathas, pakodas, pouches, but do you know why bean flour is eaten during fasting and from it? Come on, learn special things-

Due to the lack of grains, this flour is eaten during fasting.
Buckwheat is called buckwheat in English, but it is not related to any kind of grain because wheat is a cereal and grass species but bean is a Latin name Fagopyrium esculent and is a plant of the Polygonaceae family. Fruit obtained from the buckwheat plant is triangular in shape. The flour made by grinding is called buckwheat or buckwheat flour. The bean does not grow large. It contains flowers and fruits in clusters. It is grown in very few places in India. It is grown in parts of the Himalayas such as Jammu and Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand and Nilgiris in the northeastern states of the south. In India, it is only used for eating during fasting.

Nutritional bean flour
Bean flour is rich in protein. It is rich in magnesium, vitamin-B, iron, calcium, folate, zinc, copper, manganese and phosphorus. It has a phytonutrient routine that lowers cholesterol and blood pressure. People with celiac disease are advised to eat it.

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