What are the pros? Quite easy to grow
What are the cons? Need experiance using
To those that buy this, note that it is a desi, or GRINDING type chickpea. In India this type is usually ground into bisan, or chickpea flour. It's perfectly usable for more conventional uses, such as hummus or falafel, but needs to be hulled first (i.e. the skins won't just disintegrate when cooked) and the skins may be unpleasantly tough if they are simply boiled and added whole to salads.
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