How to Get Canadians to Eat More Pulses

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Canadian farmers are world leaders in growing pulses, but Canadian consumers are way behind in actually consuming these good-for-you ingredients.

As we wrap up the International Year of Pulses, Shaun Haney sat down with Delaney Seiferling to reflect on not just this last year’s spotlight on the crop, but also significant changes over the last five years when it comes to consumers’ knowledge and awareness of pulses.

From how a love of food transcends language barriers, to the deliciousness of pulses for breakfast and on to at least one British woman’s love of drunken faba beans (recipe here), listen below for a fun chat on increasing Canadian consumption of pulses.

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