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Organic Rajma – Red

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166 (₹0.332/g)
M.R.P.: ₹ 175
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Pack Size : 500g 1kg 2kg

Rajma is a famous Indian food and is widely cooked in the Indian household. Rajma is the Indian name of Kidney beans, also known as rajma, rāzmā, or lal lobia. Kidney beans are cooked with thick gravy and Indian spices and served hot with rice.

Rajma beans are large in size and dark red in color. Beans kidney red is not only tasty but has several health benefits compared to other food items, with an ample amount of nutrients, boosting your fitness and overall health.

Red Rajma, also known as Waghya Rajma, is similar to the Jammu Rajma. It is rich in color and is considered one of the best and most common types of kidney beans. 

Organic red rajma is renowned for aiding digestion and fostering a healthy gut. Rajma kidney beans are a must-have in your food. With high protein content, they play a crucial role in muscle development and repair, making them an excellent choice for fitness enthusiasts.

Variety selection: Climate, soil type, and market demand are some of the significant factors when it comes to choice of selection for rajma bean cultivation.

Soil preparation: Rajma grows in well-drained and fertile soil with a pH of 6.0 to 7.0. Before planting, the soil is plowed and leveled, following which weeds and debris are removed.

Planting: Rajma seeds are usually sown directly into the soil in spring after the last day of frost when soil temperatures are warm. The seeds are planted 1 to 2 inches deep.

Irrigation: An adequate water supply is essential for the germination and growth of rajam plants. Usually, farmers irrigate the fields and keep the soil moist but not dry.

Crops: Rajma plants need nitrogen-rich soil for optimum growth. Farmers can heavily fertilize the soil with organic fertilizers or nitrogen-fixing bacteria to improve plant growth. 

Weeding and thinning: Periodic weeding is necessary to prevent weed competition and suppress royal plants. In addition, thinning may be necessary to ensure adequate plant spacing for optimal growth. 

Harvesting: Rajma plants generally mature in about 90 to 120 days after planting, depending on variety and growing conditions. They are harvested when the berries turn yellow or brown, and the seeds are fully developed.

While kidney beans red, uncooked rajma, or red rajma can be stored for days and months, cooked rajma can be kept only for a day. Usually thick with gravy and spices, cooked organic red rajma is good for health and can be eaten with rice. In addition, to have fine rajma, one needs to ensure clean containers and dry storage in airtight containers.

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Kidney bean-shaped rajma or organic rajma is a food item widely cooked in Indian households and served with rice.

Rajma is very sensitive; hence, it grows in better yields and should have moist soil.

Some of the nurtured and most common benefits of organic red rajma are nutrient-rich food that provides nutrients, vitamins, carbs, and minerals.

You can have organic red rajma boiled as a diet food, or you can cook it with thick gravy spices and serve it with rice.

Some of the recipes that use organic red rajma are thick gravy rajma served with rice and kidney beans.

Yes, Rajma is organically grown and is considered gluten-free food.

Yes, due to its rich carb and fibre content and low glycemic index, it is good for diabetics.

Usually, the shelf life of Organic Red Rajma is one year if kept in a cool and dry place.

You can buy organic Red rajma online from True Story Organics.

Yes, our organic Red Rajma is certified and is a high mineral-oriented carb food.

We have a few references and recipes for preparing organic red rajma.

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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  1. Nilesh Patel

    My mother makes tasty rajma, and since we switched to organic red rajma, it tastes even better. quality of organic rajma red beans really enhances the flavor.

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