In India, Dal is the generic name for raw split legumes, and also for the cooked dishes made from them. The legumes (from the Latin "legere,” to gather) constitute a family of plants that bear several seeds in a pod, a somewhat fleshy fruit that can be eaten as a vegetable before it dries out.

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