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  1. Fudco Samo Seeds 400g

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  2. Heera Toor Dall Plain 500g

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  3. Heera Kala Chana 500g

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  4. Heera Dariya Split 300g

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    Seelans Soya Chunks Big 200G

    These granules and chunks can be cooked by interchanging them with certain meat preparations in many recipes. Meant especially for those who are seeking to go aboard a vegetarian diet, or simply wishing to reap the health benefits of soya chunks nutrition, soya beans, soyabean benefits, soya chunks can be an excellent add up to a diet. The soya chunks contain a profound amount of protein, which is more than the quantity of protein found in eggs, meats, wheat and milk.

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    Seelans Soya Chunks Small 250G

    These granules and chunks can be cooked by interchanging them with certain meat preparations in many recipes. Meant especially for those who are seeking to go aboard a vegetarian diet, or simply wishing to reap the health benefits of soya chunks nutrition, soya beans, soyabean benefits, soya chunks can be an excellent add up to a diet. The soya chunks contain a profound amount of protein, which is more than the quantity of protein found in eggs, meats, wheat and milk.

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    Seelans Superstore Little Millet 500g

    Little Millet is high in healthy fats in addition to all the general millet characteristics (gluten-free, low glycemic index, high fibre, etc). It also has the smallest grains, so cooks faster than the other millets. The little millet may be called little but in no means its nutritional content is little. It is a rich source of B-vitamins, minerals like calcium, iron, zinc, potassium among others. It also provides essential fats to the body, the kind that helps in weight loss. Its high fibre content is yet another positive making it an ideal part of Pongal or even kheer instead of rice. Little Millet is also called the Same (in Kannada), Samai (in Tamil), Samalu (in Telugu) and Kutki (in Hindi).

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    Seelans Red Lentil 500G

    Red Split Lentils are also called polished Masoor Dal. Masoor dal is the most common dal cooked in every home of India. Whole Masoor beans are small round legume that comes in many colors and sizes. Masoor lentils contain high level of proteins and dietary fiber. These milder lentils have nutty rich taste and also hold their shape after cooking.

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    Seelans Daria Dall 500G

    Daria dal, is obtained by roasting chana dal. It gives chickpeas a wonderfully rich and nutty taste. Roasted chana dal is tiny, tough, creamy white with a little aroma or taste and should be crispy.Fried dal is rich in manganese, folate, and protein, dietary fiber, copper, phosphorus and iron. There is no need to cook this dal, you can directly eat this chana as a healthy, crunchy snack too.

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  10. Seelans Vermicelli Roasted 1KG

    Seelans Vermicelli is made from suji and can be cooked sweet or hot It is hygienically processed and is non-sticky making the dish a true delicacy From the desi aromatic payasam to spicy upma, make the choicest recipe with Vermicelli.

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    Seelans Roasted Sooji 1 KG

    Roasted Rava. Rava is milled from maida, by grinding the husked wheat after which the flour is ground. Rava is used to make many Indian dishes in a short time like Rava dosa, Rava Idli, Rava Upma, Khichdi's and also sweets like Rava laddoo, Rava Halwa or Rava Kesari.

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    Seelans Yellow Lentils 2 KG

    Yellow lentils: Also known as yellow split peas. Being quite similar to red split lentils, the yellow variety are used in a similar way and are great for adding colour to winter dishes.

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