GOA BEAN, FOUR-ANGLED BEAN OR ASPARAGUS PEA
The winged bean is known as ''a supermarket on a stalk'' because it combines the desirable characteristics of the green bean, garden pea, spinach, mushroom, soybean, bean sprout and potato. Save for the stalk, virtually the entire plant is fit for human consumption - from flowers and leaves to tuberous roots and seeds.
The winged bean tuber has a whopping 20 percent of protein! Additionally, save for the stalk, virtually the entire plant is fit for human consumption - from flowers and leaves to tuberous roots and seeds. It is also an excellent soil nitrifying bean crop.
Winged bean nutrition facts
Wing beans offer an abundance of essential nutrients, including protein, complex carbohydrates, B vitamins, calcium, iron and fiber.
Health Benefits Of Winged Beans:
Low In Calorie
Rich In Vitamin C
Rich In Minerals And Vitamins
Rich Source Of Folate
High In Protein
Contains Healthy Fats
Rich In Calcium
Contains Wide Spectrum Of Sugars