When is a legume not legumes?
The answer depends on the time of year.
When the weather is cold and dry, most vegetables are legumes.
When it’s warm and humid, most legumes are not.
When you’re trying to eat your vegetables on the run, a few things will happen.
First, the seeds and roots of the vegetables will sprout.
Then, they will be packed tightly in the leaves.
As a result, the leaves will become hard.
And finally, you’ll get a sticky substance that you need to rinse off.
A common misconception is that legumes like spinach and broccoli can be eaten on the move.
This is incorrect.
In India, it is prohibited to eat legumes that have sprouted and are hard.
In a recent survey, only 5 per cent of respondents said they ate legumes while on the go.
(Source: Express Photo by Amit Shrivastava)When it comes to legumes, you must have the correct time of season.
In other words, you can’t eat a legumes as they are in season if it is warm.
If you want to eat them, you need the right season.
The most important time for legumes to be eaten in India is when they are on the leaves and are about to sprout, said Ritu Gupta, director general, vegetable industry, IPCI.
The time of the season varies from region to region, but for example, in the winter, the season starts in February and ends in May.
(Image: Express photo by Amit Srivastav)According to Gupta, the biggest challenge to eating legumes in India has been the fact that the plant is not always in the right place.
For instance, some vegetables are eaten after the seeds have sprout and become soft.
“We have to find the right balance and be careful,” Gupta said.
In fact, there is a rule that requires vegetables to be planted at the right time in the season.
So, it’s important that you don’t eat legume seeds that are not planted right away.
The seeds can be picked up after the leaves are ready to be harvested, Gupta said, adding, it should not be done during a heatwave.
For example, if you have a spinach plant that has sprouted, it will take about three months for it to reach maturity.
However, if the plant gets too hot and it’s not fully ripe, it might not be ripe for long.
So you can eat the plant even if you don