Black Eye beans
Black beans and black-eyed beans are not the same bean. However, both are classified as legumes and both are members of the botanical family called Leguminosae (or Fabaceae). ... Black-eyed beans are more often called black-eyed peas, and they are also know as field peas, lobiya, and chawli.
Peruvian Black eye beans are a readily available, inexpensive legume packed with protein. They can be enjoyed in many different ways as a tasty part of a nutritious eating plan. While black eye beans are high in carbohydrates, they are in the form of resistant starch and fiber, which are digested slowly and can provide health benefits. Enjoy black eye beans in all kinds of dishes, from burritos to brownies.
Black eye beans are high in carbohydrates, but they are also rich in fiber (both soluble and insoluble). Black beans also do not contain sugar. Instead, they have slowly-digested carbohydrates and resistant starch. This means that the carbohydrates in black beans are slowly converted to glucose, and some are not digested at all.