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Aahana's Jaipur Millet & Lentil Bowl (Khichdi) - Gluten-Free, 15g Plant-Based Protein, Vegan, Non-GMO, Ready-to-Eat Meal (2.3oz., Pack of 4) by

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Jaipur Millet & Lentil Bowl is a deliciously wholesome and balanced meal prepared with organic sprouted pearl millet, organic yellow lentils, a whole lot of vegetables, and cooked with aromatic herbs and spices. Have it for a light and refreshing meal on a workday or pack it up for your camping or trekking trips. All ingredients used are non-GMO, gluten-free, vegan, high in plant-based proteins, & rich in nutrients and antioxidants.Β 

Inspired by the flavors and spices traditional to the rich city of Jaipur located in the Northern part of India, it is spiced with turmeric and fennel to create an amazing flavorful meal!

We believe in the idea that foods should be consumed in their whole and original form and never processed. We freeze-dry our millet & lentil bowls to retain their nutritive value and natural flavors and color.Β 

Product Features:

  • Pearl Millet is a rich source of iron, folic acid, is high in fiber, and super easy to digest
  • Grains and lentils are sprouted which increases digestibility and the bio-availability of proteins and also increases the vitamin C and B content of the meal
  • 15g plant-based protein per cup
  • Vegan and complete first-class protein
  • Gluten-free
  • No added colors, flavors, or preservatives
  • Freeze-dried to retain its nutritive value and natural flavors and color.
  • Just add hot water and set aside forΒ  minutes and your meal is ready to eat
  • Prepared based on ayurvedic principles

Direction of use:

  • Empty contents in the cup
  • Add 1 cup of boiling water to the fill line
  • Stir, close the lid and let sit for 7 mins
  • Open lid, stir again and enjoy


Ajwain (Carom Seeds), Basmati Rice, Bay Leaves, Green Beans, Cardamom, Carrots, Lentils, Millet, Mung Beans, Mustard, Onion, Peas, Pepper (Black), Potatoes, Pumpkin, Quinoa, Spinach, Sunflower Oil, Sweet Potatoes, Turmeric, Zucchini

Why We Love It

Plant-based protein: Lentils are much more eco-friendly way of getting protein than animals. Consider the numbers. Raising cattle for beef requires around 20 times more land and 7.5x more water than growing lentils for protein. It's a lot less carbon too 1g of beef generates about to 25 kg of CO2 equivalent, while 1 kg of lentils generates roughly 0.4 kg of CO2 equivalent

Lentils: Lentils are legumes, which are known for their nitrogen fixation properties. Nitrogen fixation is the process by which nitrogen from the air is converted into a usable form for plants. This can help to reduce reliance on synthetic fertilizers, which can have negative environmental impacts.

Recyclable packaging: No waste here! All the packaging can be recycled!


Plant based protein reduces our reliance on animal agriculture, which is a great thing, for a lot of reasons:

Animal agriculture is responsible for around 14.5% of global greenhouse gas emissions, including 65% of the world's nitrous oxide emissions which has a global warming impact 296 times greater than carbon dioxide.

It requires a lot of land too, in fact animal agriculture is the leading cause of deforestation globally and it uses around 70% of the world's agricultural land, despite only providing a fraction of our total calorie intake.

And water too, livestock production alone is estimated to take up ~8% of the world's freshwater resources.

All these are just some of the great reasons to focus on plants instead.

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