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Food Intolerances : Grains, dairy, legumes (especially soy), and eggs. Avoiding nightshades, cruciferous veggies, and high-histamine foods.
Location: Vancouver, WA

PostPosted: Sat Apr 30, 2011 10:11 pm    Post subject: Comprehensive List of Legumes Reply with quote

I found what looks like a fairly comprehensive list of legumes. I was quite surprised to see carob, jicama, licorice, and red tea on the list. Here is the address: http://g6pddeficiency.org/index.php?cmd=legumes.

Beans

aduki bean
adzuki bean
anasazi beans
appaloosa bean
asuki bean
azufrado bean
azuki bean
baby lima bean
bayo bean
bengal bean
black azuki bean
black bean
black turtle bean
bolita bean
bonavist bean
borlotti bean
Boston bean
Boston navy bean
broad bean
brown speckled cow bean
buffalo bean
butter bean
butterscotch calypso bean
calypso bean
canaria bean
canario bean
cannellini bean
chestnut lima bean
chili bean
Christmas lima bean
cabeca-de-frade
chiporro
coco bean
coco blanc bean
crab eye bean
Couhage
Cowage
Cowhage
Cowitch
cranberry bean
dermason bean
Dolichos pruriens
edamame
Egyptian bean
Egyptian white broad bean
English bean
European soldier bean
eye of the goat bean
faba
fagiolo romano
fava bean
fava-coceira
fayot
fazolia bean
feijao bean
feve
field pea
flageolet
fool
foul
frijo bola roja
frijole negro
Fuji mame
ful
great Northern bean
green gram
haba
habas
haricot blanc bean
horse bean
hyacinth bean
itchy bean
Indian bean
Jackson wonder bean
Jacob's cattle bean
krame
kidney bean
lablab bean
lima bean
lingot bean
lupini bean
Madagascar bean
maicoba bean
maine Yellow eye
mayocoba bean
marrow bean
mauritius bean
Mexican black bean
Mexican red bean
molasses face bean
mortgage lifter bean
mortgage runner bean
moth dal
mucuna bean
mucuna pruriens
mucuna prurita
mung bean
mung pea
mungo bean
navy bean
nescafé
orca bean
pea bean
pearl haricot
Peruano bean
Peruvian bean
picapica
pink bean
pinto bean
pó de mico
prince bean
purple appaloosa bean
rajma
rattlesnake bean
red ball bean
red bean
red eye bean
red chori
red kidney bean
red Oriental bean
rice bean
rosecoco bean
roman bean
runner bean
saluggia
salugia bean
scarlet runner bean
Setae Siliquae Hirsutae
shell bean
small red bean
small white bean
soy bean
soya bean
soybean
Spanish black bean
Spanish Tolosana bean
speckled brown cow bean
Steuben yellow bean
Steuben yellow eye bean
Stizolobium pruriens
Sweet bean
Swedish brown bean
tapary bean
tepary bean
Tiensin red bean
Tolosana bean
tongues of fire bean
tremmocos
trout bean
turtle bean
turtle soup bean
vallarta bean
val
velvet bean
wax bean
whit bean
white kidney bean
white pea bean
Windsor bean
Yankee bean
yellow Indian woman bean
yin yang bean

Snap Beans

asparagus bean
asparagus pea
bodi
boonchi
chepil
Chinese long bean
dau gok
dow gok
dragon tongue bean
French bean
French green bean
four-angled bean
goa bean
green bean
haricot verts
Italian flat bean
long bean
manila bean
princess pea
romano bean
runner bean
sator
snap bean
string bean
Thailand long bean
wax bean
winged bean
winged pea
yard-long bean

Edible Pods

Chinese pea pod
Chinese pea
Chinese snow pea
edible-podded pea
mange-tout pea
snow pea
sugar pea
sugar snap

Bean Products

black beans in salted sauce
black salted fermented bean
Chinese black bean
dow see
fermented black bean
frijoles refritos
refried beans
salted black bean
salty black bean

Lentils

arhar
arhar dal
beluga black lentil
beluga lentil
Bengal gram
black beluga lentil
black chickpeas
black gram
black lentil
brown lentil
channa dal
chana dal
chilke urad
chowli dal
continental lentil
dal
daal
dhaal
dhal
dhall
Egyptian lentil
French green lentils
German lentil
gram dal
green lentil
horse gram
Indian brown lentil
kala channa
kali dal
lablab beans
lentilles du Puy
lentilles vertes du Puy
masar
masar dal
masoor
masoor dal
matki
moath
moong dal
mussoor
mussoor dal
petite beluga lentil
Puy lentil
red lentil
toor
toor dal
tuvar
tuvar dal
tur
tur dal
urad dal
val dal
white lentil
yellow lentil

Peas

Bengal gram
black-eyed pea
black-eye bean
black-eye pea
black-eyed suzy
ceci bean
cici bean
China bean
chawli
chickpea
chick-pea
chole
congo pea
congo bean
cowpea
crowder pea
dried peas
Egyptian pea
field peas
fresh peas
gandules
garbanzo bean
garbanzo pea
garbonzo bean
goongoo pea
green pea
green matar dal
green split pea
gunga pea
gungo pea
kabuli channa
kabli chana
kabli channa
lobhia
locust bean
lombia
no-eyed peas
pigeon pea
pois chiches
poor man's pea
Southern pea
white chickpea
yellow pea
yellow matar dal
yellow-eyed pea

Soy Products

abura-age
aburage
aka miso
akamiso
atsu-age
atsuage
bamboo yuba
barley miso
awase miso
bean cheese
bean curd
bean curd sheets
bean curd skins
bean curd stick
bean paste
bean sauce
bean stick
brown rice miso
Chinese yuba
dark miso
deep fat fried tofu
deep-fried tofu
doufu
dow fu kon
dried bean curd stick
dried bean stick
extra-firm tofu
fermented bean cake
fermented bean curd
fermented soy cheese
firm tofu
foo yu
fried bean curd
fu jook pei
fu yi
fu yu
genmai miso
hat-cho miso
hatcho miso
inaka miso
inariage
kinu-goshi
kirazu
kyoto shiro miso
mame miso
mamemiso
medium tofu
mellow white miso
miso
mugi miso
nama-age
nama nori san
nato
natto
nattou
nigari tofu
okara
plant protein
preserved bean curd
pressed tofu
protein crumbles
red miso
regular tofu
roasted soybeans
sendai miso
shinshu miso
shiro miso
shiromiso
silken tofu
soft tofu
soy cheese
soy mayonnaise
soy milk
soy milk skins
soy sour cream
soy nuts
soy yogurt
soya cheese
soya mayonnaise
soybean curd
soybean paper
soybean paste
soynuts
soy nut butter
soynut butter
sui-doufu
sweet miso
sweet white miso
tempe
tempeh
textured soy protein
texturized soy protein
textured vegetable protein
texturized vegetable protein
tofu
tofu mayonnaise
tofu sour cream
TSP
TVP
uba
unohana
usu-age
usuage
vegetable protein
wet bean curd
white miso
yellow miso
yuba

Vegetable Gum Thickeners
These are either made from legumes, or can be made from legumes

albumin - from peas
Acacia gum
carob bean gum
Flavoring or natural flavoring
gum arabic
guar gum
lecithin
locust bean gum
Monosodium Glutamate (from soy)
Tara seed gum
tragacanth
Vegetable broth (soy or even fava beans)
vegetable emulsifier
vegetable glycerin
Vegetable gelatin
vegetable stabilizer

Other Legumes

Alfalfa sprouts
Astragalus (herbal medicine)
Carob (chocolate substitute)
Fenugreek
Jicama
Licorice
Peanuts
Rooibos
Red Tea
African Red Tea
Senna or Cassia
Singkamas
Tamarind
Vetch Family (Not normally used for food)

Other Foods Likely to Contain Hidden Soy or Legume Additives

Artificial butter flavor
Baked goods
Candies
Canned meats or tuna
Canned soups
Chips
Chinese food
Gravy Mixes
Infant formula
Low fat cheeses or cheese substitutes
Margarine
Sausages, hot dogs, processed meats
Sauces (Worcestshire. Sweet and Sour etc)
Salad Dressings
Stock or bouillon
Tofutti
Powdered foodsl
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Food Intolerances : Gluten, casein, soy, and avenin, (avenin is the prolamin in oats, which is equivalent to the gluten in wheat), beef, grapes, peanuts, cashews, almonds, (but nut butters seem OK except for peanuts), citric acid, chocolate, and agar.
Location: Central Texas

PostPosted: Sun May 01, 2011 7:51 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Shocked

Thanks,
Tex
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Food Intolerances : Gluten, Diary, Soy, Corn, Eggs, Peanuts and other legumes, nightshades (e.g. tomatoes and potatoes). DX Osteopenia. Suspect Celiac - Genes Type: DQ2/DQ8

PostPosted: Mon May 02, 2011 5:24 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Wow....

I found it interesting that Nescafe and Coco were on this list...

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PostPosted: Mon May 02, 2011 6:12 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

That 'coco' must be some bean other than chocolate/cacao, which is in a whole 'nother plant family...

I wouldn't have guessed jicama! I wonder whether the non-bean parts are somewhat less likely to be problematic. (I grow groundnut/hog peanut, which has edible tubers... Hm.)

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Food Intolerances : gluten, dairy

PostPosted: Mon May 02, 2011 4:59 pm    Post subject: lentils Reply with quote

Hello,
Do people who have problems with soy often have problems with lentils? I make lentils about once a month and my daughter never seemed to have problems. But I made them last night and she woke up crying in the middle of the night because her stomach hurt and I was thinking maybe it was the lentils. We are just about to eliminate soy completely because she has been expressing stomach pain again.
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Food Intolerances : Gluten, casein, soy, and avenin, (avenin is the prolamin in oats, which is equivalent to the gluten in wheat), beef, grapes, peanuts, cashews, almonds, (but nut butters seem OK except for peanuts), citric acid, chocolate, and agar.
Location: Central Texas

PostPosted: Mon May 02, 2011 5:47 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hi Jessica,

Yes, unfortunately, it seems that most people who are sensitive to soy, are also sensitive to most other legumes, including lentils. There are exceptions, of course, but typically this seems to be the trend.

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Food Intolerances : Gluten, Dairy, Soy, Egg, Beef, Chicken, All fruit, All vegetables except some squash, Corn, Rice, Maple, Basil, Coconut, Cane Sugar, Carob, Vanilla, Mustard, Polysorbate 80, Capsaicin, MSG, Benzoic Acid,
Location: Texas

PostPosted: Mon May 02, 2011 6:35 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

This is some list!!! Thanks, Marliss. Explains a few things. Sigh.
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Location: Vancouver, WA

PostPosted: Mon May 02, 2011 11:09 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Me, too, Pat. Sigh.

Ant, I hadn't noticed the coco or the Nescafé. This is what I found in the cook's thesaurus about coco beans, or coco blanc beans: "coco bean = coco blanc bean Notes: The French use these beans for their cassoulets. Substitutes: haricot beans OR navy beans." Interesting...

I have never had Nescafé that I know of because I don't care for coffee, even living in the PNW, where there is a coffee stand on every corner. Love the smell, though. Of good coffee, not Nescafé, lol.

Sara, according to the venerable source Wikipedia, hog peanut is a legume. When it is ripe, it may be something to experiment with re a soy sensitivity.
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PostPosted: Tue May 03, 2011 10:42 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Marliss,

Absolutely - I should have been more clear that the hog peanut/groundnut is a legume (can't miss it by the look of the leaves - it looks like a kinder/gentler wisteria, or sweetpeas on steroids). I would have guessed that the tubers (usually the eaten part) might be less reaction-prone than the beans themselves. But then there's that jicama issue... and of course the tubers are a different sort of storage tissue for plants, so maybe they'd have more in common with the beans than the leaves might?

Of course, the tubers are really only 'edible' when slathered with something (usually butter, but not for us!). I love growing edibles that are unusual... don't have to eat them all, necessarily!

As frustrating as it is that there's soy (and so many of the others on this list) in so many foods, at least this is a true family with some possibility of predictability. It seems as though figuring out fruits, veg & nuts is even more complex and confusing, though avoiding offenders may be easier.

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