Alberta Pulse Growers have print resources and recipe sheets available free of charge for educators, dietitians, and home cooks. Order yours today!
A two-sided sheet with suggestions about how to incorporate canned pulses into your diet regularly. Includes tips for rinsing and pureeing pulses.
Alberta Pulse Growers is pleased to share 10 new recipes inspired by Canada’s 150th birthday! These recipes celebrate regional Canadian cuisine while highlighting pulses grown right here in Alberta.
A two-page sheet providing four recipes using lentils and black bean flour.
An informative 36-page book with tips on how to buy, store, and bake pulses, as well as recipes for breads, biscuits, muffins, squares, cookies, cakes, and pies.
A colourful 28-page book with information on buying, storing, and cooking pulses, as well as a variety of recipes for snacks, soups, salads, main dishes, and desserts.
A colourful 36-page book with information on buying, storing, and cooking pulses, as well as a variety of recipes for snacks, soups, salads, main dishes, and desserts.
Four exciting split pea recipes: an enticing crostini appetizer, a thin-crust vegetarian pizza, a warm and hearty soup, and a Mediterranean salad.
A two-page sheet that answers common questions about soaking, cooking times, and making puréed pulses. Recommended for displays or clients who need pulse soaking and cooking summary.
Add some fun to your outdoor parties and BBQ’s with beans, peas, lentils and chickpeas!
This 32-page cookbook is your guide to using pulses in a variety of meals, baked goods, and desserts — all of them gluten-free.
A 36-page booklet featuring our favourite “tried & true” recipes, a few new dishes to try and information on buying, storing, cooking and baking with pulses!
Alberta Pulse Growers is pleased to share this workbook with health professionals, teacher, and community leaders who are interested in doing their own pulse food demonstrations or pulse workshops with their clients and students.
Check out the Creating Awareness video series developed during 2016 International Year of Pulses. The series of three videos highlight the main attributes of pulses: better nutrition, healthy outcomes and environmental sustainability.