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Organic Black Urad Dal

Organic | Unpolished | Chemical-Free
137 (₹0.274/g)
M.R.P.: ₹ 145
Inclusive of all taxes
Pack Size : 500g 1kg 2kg

Black Urad Dal is also known as black gram urad dal, kali urad dal, and vigna mungo. It is a bean grown in South Asia and is widely used in Indian cuisine. It is hard to touch, is black, and has a slimy consistency once cooked. It is mainly eaten as a dal alongside roti or rice but can also be eaten after boiling it.

Black Gram Urad Dal is used to make Maah Da Maadhra, a dish belonging to Jammu and the lower Himachal regions, and a Dongra-style Khichdi eaten during the Makar Sankranti. In Northern India, it is used to make Dal Makhani, and in West Bengal, it is used to make Kalai Ruti.

In medieval India, Kali Urad Dal was used to make containers solid so that no liquid could pass through them during long journeys undertaken for trade with other kingdoms. 

Climate: Black Gram Urad Dal can be grown in warm and cool climates, but a moist climate is preferable for optimum yield. 

Soil: A stiff and loamy soil such as black cotton or brown alluvial is preferred for Black Gram.

Sowing: Black Gram is a Kharif and Rabi crop and can be sown in February, June, or October depending on the climatic conditions.

Harvesting: Black Gram Dal shatters once it is ripe, so harvesting is done before that. A few rounds of picking are done beforehand to check the quality. They are either uprooted or cut using a sickle.

Threshing: Harvested Gram is sun-dried for seven to ten days and threshed using a wooden stick to beat the grains. They are then cleaned through winnowing. 

Kali Urad Dal can be stored without any trouble for up to 42 weeks. However, if you want to extend its shelf life, you should ensure that it is placed in an airtight container and away from direct sunlight. Any contact with moisture should also be avoided. 

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Black Urad Dal is also known as black gram urad dal, kali urad dal, and vigna mungo. It is a bean grown in South Asia and is widely used, especially in Indian cuisine. It is hard to touch, is black, and has a slimy consistency once it is cooked.

Organic Black Urad Dal or Urad Dal Black Split Gram has many health benefits, including reducing inflammation of the skin, regulating diabetes, improving digestion, and strengthening bones. 

You should buy Organic Black Gram Dal not only because of its great taste but also because of its nutritional value and health benefits. For further information, you can visit our website- True Story Organics. 

Both, Whole Black Urad Dal and Urad Dal split have similar nutritional values. Split Black Urad Dal cooks quicker and has a creamier texture and is thus used for dals and curries, whereas whole black urad dal is mostly used for sprouting and fermenting.

Organic Black Urad Dal is mainly eaten as a dal alongside roti or rice but can also be eaten after boiling, fermenting, or sprouting it.

Organic Black Urad Dal takes 30-35 minutes to boil, soften, and cook completely for a wholesome meal.

Yes, Organic Black Gram Dal can be eaten raw by soaking it in water and waiting until it sprouts.

Black Gram Urad Dal is used to make Maah Da Maadhra, a dish belonging to Jammu and the lower Himachal regions, and a Dongra-style Khichdi that is eaten during the Makar Sankranti. In Northern parts of India it is used to make Dal Makhani and in West Bengal to make Kalai Ruti. 

Organic Black Gram Dal should be placed in an airtight container and away from direct sunlight. Any contact with moisture should also be avoided.

The shelf life of Organic Black Urad Dal is 42 weeks. However, the shelf life can be extended if proper measures are taken. 

Our organic Black Urad Dal is grown with utmost care. No chemicals or preservatives are used in our chana dal.

Yes, our Organic Black Gram Dal, along with all of the other products, is 100% organic certified with Ecocert, Jaivik Bharat, and Indian Organic. 

You can return your purchase within 30 days of receiving the shipment. It will only be accepted if it has not been opened or used and is still in the same packaging.

Why True Story?

At True Story, we believe that food is the healthiest and the tastiest in its purest form; and it remains in its purest form only when it is grown using organic farming methods. Organic means no chemical fertilizers, no synthetic pesticides, and no GMOs. Food that is grown using organic and natural farming techniques is considered very healthy for one's body since it is free of harmful chemicals. Organic cultivation methods are considered very healthy for the soil as well since they increase the regenerative capacity of the soil.

At True Story - a brand by Gulab Oils, we never compromise on the quality of food that we provide to our customers. We source all the food grains from only 100% certified organic farms from across the country. All our products are certified organic as per NPOP standards.

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