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List Of Legumes - Healthy Protein

Maggie LaBarbera • RN, MBA • May 12, 2012
 

Legumes are plants that bare their fruit in pods, which are casings with two halves, or hinges. Legumes are a very healthy food because it is low in fat and high in protein.  Legumes are also very high in fiber and other nutrients.

Legumes Are Made Up Of:

  • beans
  • lentils
  • peas
  • peanuts

Legumes Are Rich In The Following Nutrients:

 

  • Calcium
  • Dietary fiber    legumes healthy protein foods for families
  • Folate
  • Iron
  • Magnesium
  • Phosphorus
  • Potassium
  • Protein
  • Riboflavin
  • Thiamin
  • Vitamin B6
  • Zinc

 

Legumes A-C

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Legumes A-C

Abura-Age
Aburage
Aka Miso
Akamiso
Anasazi Beans
Appaloosa Bean
Apricot Seed
Arhar
Arhar Dal
Asuki Bean
Atsuage
Atsu-Age
Awase Miso
Azufrado Bean
Baby Lima Bean
Bamboo Yuba
Barley Miso
Bayo Bean
Bean Cheese
Bean Curd
Bean Curd Sheets
Bean Curd Skins
Bean Curd Stick
Bean Paste
Bean Stick
Beechmast
Beluga Black Lentil
Beluga Lentil
Bengal Gram
Black Aduki Bean
Black Adzuki Bean
Black Azuki Bean
Black Bean
Black Beans In Salted Sauce
Black Chickpeas
Black Gram
Black Lentil
Black Salted Fermented Bean
Black Turtle Bean
Bolita Bean
Bonavist Bean
Borlotti Bean
Boston Bean
Boston Navy Bean
Breadnut Seeds
Brown Lentil
Brown Rice Miso
Brown Speckled Cow Bean
Buah Keras
Butternut
Butterscotch Calypso Bean
Calypso Bean
Canaria Bean
Canario Bean
Chana Dal
Channa Dal
Chestnut Lima Bean
Chili Bean
Chilke Urad
Chinese Black Bean
Chinese Yuba
Chowli Dal
Christmas Lima Bean
Chufa
Coco Bean
Coco Blanc Bean
Continental Lentil
Crab Eye Bean
Cranberry Bean
 
 
 

Legumes D-L

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Daal
Dal
Dark Miso
Deep-Fat Fried Tofu
Deep-Fried Tofu
Dermason Bean
Dhaal
Dhal
Dhall
Doufu
Dow Fu Kon
Dow See
Dried Bean Curd Stick
Dried Bean Stick
Dried Chestnut
Egyptian Bean
Egyptian Lentil
Egyptian White Broad Bean
European Soldier Bean
Extra-Firm Tofu
Eye Of Goat Bean
Eye Of The Goat Bean
Fagioli
Fagiolo Romano
Fayot
Fazolia Bean
Fermented Bean Cake
Fermented Bean Curd
Fermented Black Bean
Fermented Soy Cheese
Firm Tofu
Flageolet
Foo Yi
Foo Yu
French Green Lentils
Fried Bean Curd
Frijo Bola Roja
Frijole Negro
Fu Jook Pei
Fu Yu
Fuji Mame
Genmai Miso
German Lentil
Gram Dal
Great Northern Bean
Green Gram
Green Lentil
Hang Yen
Haricot Bean
Haricot Blanc Bean
Hatcho Miso
Hat-Cho Miso
Hyacinth Bean
Inaka Miso
Inariage
Indian Bean
Indian Brown Lentil
Jackson Wonder Bean
Kala Channa
Kali Dal
Kemiri
Kidney Bean
Kinu-Goshi
Kirazu
Kluwak Kupas
Kyoto Shiro Miso
Lablab Bean
Lablab Beanval
Lentilles Du Puy
Lentilles Vertes Du Puy
Ling Chio
Ling Jiao
Ling Kio
Ling Kok
Lingot Bean
Lupini Bean

Legumes M-R 

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Maicoba Bean
Maine Yellow Eye
Mame Miso
Mamemiso
Mape
Marron
Marrow Bean
Masar
Masar Dal
Masoor
Masoor Dal
Masur Dal
Matki
Mayocoba Bean
Medium Tofu
Mellow Miso
Mexican Black Bean
Mexican Red Bean
Miso
Moath
Molasses Face Bean
Moong Dal
Mortgage Lifter Bean
Mortgage Runner Bean
Mugi Miso
Mung Bean
Mung Pea
Mungo Bean
Mussoor
Mussoor Dal
Nama Nori San
Nama-Age
Nato
Natto
Nattou
Navy Bean
Nigari Tofu
Okara
Orca Bean
Pea Bean
Peanuts
Pearl Haricot
Pecan
Peruano Bean
Peruvian Bean
Petite Beluga Lentil
Pignoli
Pignolia
Pignolo
Pine Kernel
Pink Bean
Pink Lentil
Pinolea
Pinoli
Piñon
Pinto Bean
Pinyon
Plant Protein
Preserved Bean Curd
Pressed Tofu
Prince Bean
Protein Crumbles
Purple Appaloosa Bean
Puy Lentils
Rajma
Rattlesnake Bean
Red Ball Bean
Red Bean
Red Eye Bean
Red Kidney Bean
Red Lentil
Red Miso
Refried Beans
Regular Tofu
Roasted Soybeans
Roman Bean
Rosecoco Bean
 

Legumes S-Z

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Salted Black Bean
Salty Black Bean
Saluggia
Salugia Bean
Scarlet Runner Bean
Sendai Miso
Shell Bean
Shinshu Miso
Shiro Miso
Shiromiso
Sieva Bean
Silken Tofu
Skinned And Split Black Lentils
Small Red Bean
Small White Bean
Snoober
Soft Tofu
Soy Cheese
Soy Mayonnaise
Soy Milk Skins
Soy Nut Butter
Soy Nuts
Soy Sour Cream
Soy Yogurt
Soya Cheese
Soya Mayonnaise
Soybean Curd
Soybean Paper
Soybean Paste
Soynut Butter
Soynuts
Spanish Black Bean
Spanish Tolosana Bean
Speckled Brown Cow Bean
Split Black Lentils
Split Lablab Beans
Steuben Yellow Bean
Steuben Yellow Eye Bean
Sui-Doufu
Swedish Brown Bean
Sweet Miso
Sweet White Miso
Tempe
Tempeh
Textured Soy Protein
Textured Vegetable Protein
Texturized Soy Protein
Texturized Vegetable Protein
Tofu
Tofu Mayonnaise
Tofu Sour Cream
Tolosana Bean
Tongues Of Fire Bean
Toor
Toor Dal
Tremmocos
Trout Bean
Tur
Tur Dal
Turtle Bean
Turtle Soup Bean
Tuvar
Tuvar Dal
Tvp
Uba
Unohana
Urad Dal
Usuage
Usu-Age
Val Dal
Vallarta Bean
Vegetable Protein
Water Caltrop
Wet Bean Curd
Whit Bean
White Kidney Bean
White Lentils
White Miso
White Pea Bean
Yankee Bean
Yellow Indian Woman Bean
Yellow Lentils
Yellow Miso
Yin Yang Bean
Yuba

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Written by Maggie LaBarberaWritten on May 12, 2012Last updated on Feb 24, 2014
 
 

 

4 Comments

 
johnson
Sunday, Oct 20, 2013 @ 12:51 AM

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Angela
Tuesday, Nov 12, 2013 @ 11:44 AM

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Just curious about a couple of things. One of my friends says he's allergic to peanuts...which we all know is a Legume. But he eats peanut butter and peas, well of course other things which are considered a legume. How is this possible? Other thing is my husband was diagnosed with Diverticulitis, and therefore cannot have any type of legume. Is there anything you can help me with in his diet? I'm really lost here and any help is appreciated.
 
Nourish Admin
Thursday, Nov 14, 2013 @ 11:13 AM

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Hmm. People who are truly allergic to peanuts can not eat peanut butter because it is made with peanuts. Often people use allergies and food intolerances or sensitivities interchangeably. But a true allergy to peanuts is very dangerous and those individuals who have a peanut allergy under no circumstances would be able to eat peanut butter. I suggest you meet with a dietitian who can help your husband with a customized meal plan and food guidelines. Here is another resource http://digestive.niddk.nih.gov/ddiseases/pubs/diverticular