Did you know that the UN declared 2016 as the International Year of Pulses
? Not the pulse you take on your wrist, but legumes. Pulses include
crops such as lentils, beans, peas and chickpeas. That makes Banza pasta a great product to eat then! Banza
, a Michigan-based company, is a pasta made out of chickpeas, This pasta delivers 25 grams of protein and 13 grams of fiber. Their Instagram page is filled with delicious images like the one above with all of the dinner creations made with their pasta. Check out the recipes tab
on their page to get you started.
So a bit of background on this pasta created by Brian Rudolph. Brian grew like most kids, eating chicken nuggets and bagels. Later in life, he started to experience some health issues, including sinus issues. He decided to focus on how the foods he ate made him feel, and chose to eliminate gluten from his diet. When he did remove gluten, he noticed that his health improved. Now he stays up late reading food science books thinking about the next food innovation that can combine health and great taste. Stay tuned for a new product launch this summer that kids are sure to love!
What started as a project in the kitchen has spread across the country. In 2015, Time Magazine named Banza on of the Top 25 Innovations of 2015
, and Forbes magazine listed Brian on their 30 under 30 list of entrepreneurs. Brian wants to pass on his love of healthy pasta on to you. One lucky winner will win a case of their assorted pastas. Winner must live within the continental Unites States.
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