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This Multifunctional LACHI Beans Peeler Can Be Yours Today!

LACHI beans peeler is an innovative, revolutionary, multifunctional food processor for anyone that desire variety, promote healthy living, and want to eliminate the stress and reduce the time involved in food preparation. 

LACHI Beans Peeler 3-in-1 is peeler, blender jar, and dry grinder. The peeler can peel brown beans for moi-moi (bean pudding) and akara (bean cake) in just 2minutes with no soaking required. It peels and separates the hulls (skin of the beans) automatically and can also peel chickpeas, lentils, soya beans, mung beans, and locust beans for healthy meals like hummus, dahl, soymilk, tempeh, tofu, mung bean cake, and locust bean seasoning.

The peeler also serves as a yam pounder, palm fruit peeler for banga soup, and mixer of dough for snacks. The 3-in-1 set comes with a multipurpose blender jar for blending beans, pepper, tomato, and other ingredients. The blender jar is perfect for making smoothies from tiger-nuts, coconut, almond nuts, fruits, and ice cubes. The 3-in-1 set is also equipped with a multipurpose dry grinder for grinding dry ingredients.

LACHI Beans Peeler saves time and effort, saves water consumption by using same quantity for peeling and separating the hulls, it is compact and portable, it aligns with United Nations vision of increasing legume consumption to get the health benefits of beans that provides the needed and preferred plant protein for good health. It is also ideal as Corporate Gifts, Wedding Gifts, Empowerment Tool, or just a Unique Gift for Someone Special. Own a LACHI Beans Peeler today and start enjoying healthy meals, fresh, faster, and stress free!!!

Health Benefits of Beans

Beans provide a myriad health benefits. They are digested slowly, which helps keep blood glucose stable, and may curtail fatigue and irritability.


Beans are high in antioxidants, fiber, protein, B vitamins, iron, magnesium, potassium, copper and zinc. Eating beans regularly may decrease the risk of diabetes, heart disease, colorectal cancer, and helps with weight management.

Beans are important sources of nutrient despite the differences in shapes and sizes.

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How to make Lentil Dal

Lentils are generally used in soups and stews. Green and brown lentils hold their shape fairly well if not overcooked and can be added to salads and other dishes. The varieties that are soft after cooking are used mainly to thicken stews and soups or are made into purees.

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How to Make Hummus

The word hummus is an Arabic word meaning “chickpea.” Hummus is a Levantine Arab dip or spread that is made from chickpeas (also known as garbanzo beans) that have been cooked and mashed, then blended with tahini (a paste made from sesame seeds), olive oil, lemon juice, garlic and salt. Continue reading…

How to make Green Mung Bean Paste Cake (绿豆糕 lǜdòu gāo)

Mung bean cake is a traditional and popular Chinese dessert in summer. The main ingredient, mung beans or sometimes called as green mung bean is a common and daily ingredient in Chinese cooking. In traditional Chinese medicine, those little green beans have a cold property, which can further help to protect our body from hot temperature in summer. Continue reading…

Soya Milk (Soy Milk)

Soya Milk is a refreshing rich drink. Drink a glass every morning to start your day on a good note. Use it to wash down your meals, when eating snacks: cookies, Nigerian Puff Puff and many more.

It is plant protein (milk from a plant) hence a great alternative to cow milk for those have lactose intolerance.

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