Organic Pinto Beans, 20 Pounds - Non-GMO, Kosher, Raw, Sproutable, Vegan, Bulk
Free Shipping Included! Organic Pinto Beans, 20 Pounds - Non-GMO, Kosher, Raw, Sproutable, Vegan, Bulk by Food to Live at Chilli & Spice. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. Pinto beans are the most popular legumes in the US. Organic Pinto Beans give you all the benefits of this extraordinary food without any toxic contaminants. These beans are also extremely popular in Mexico and many areas of the South America. They are the legume you'll most often encounter in burritos. Benefits Organic pinto beans are very low in fat but rich in nutrients. They are a fantastic source of protein and fiber. Cooked organic pinto beans contain only 0.3 gram of sugar and less
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Pinto beans are the most popular legumes in the US. Organic Pinto Beans give you all the benefits of this extraordinary food without any toxic contaminants. These beans are also extremely popular in Mexico and many areas of the South America. They are the legume you'll most often encounter in burritos. Benefits Organic pinto beans are very low in fat but rich in nutrients. They are a fantastic source of protein and fiber. Cooked organic pinto beans contain only 0.3 gram of sugar and less than 0.6 gram of fat in ½ cup. Essential vitamins and minerals you can get from this food include: ● Manganese ● Phosphorus ● Magnesium ● Copper ● Calcium ● Iron ● Folate ● Thiamin ● Vitamin B6 Organic pinto beans contain trace amounts of many other nutrients, so eating them is sure to boost a healthy diet. How to Cook Organic dried pinto beans are easy to cook. Like the majority of legumes, they require pre-soaking overnight. However, if you are pressed for time, you can use several speed-cooking tips. Cook your organic pinto beans (dry) in a pressure cooker. In this case, you may not pre-soak them at all. Cook at a high pressure setting for 40 minutes and then let them 'brew' in an unopened pressure cooker for about half an hour. Speed-soak organic dried pinto beans by bringing them to a boil and removing a covered pan from heat. Cover it with a towel or just leave as is for an hour (or as much time as you have). Then, cook the beans following the recipe. The simplest way to cook organic pinto beans is to bring pre-soaked and rinsed seeds to a boil and let simmer for 1-3 hours. Judge their texture to determine when to drain your beans.
Features & Highlights
- HEALTHY PROTEINS: Cooked organic pinto beans contain 16g of proteins and dietary fiber each in a single cup.
- VITAMIN AND MINERAL BOOST: Organic pinto beans are rich in calcium, iron, manganese, folate, and vitamin B6.
- ORGANIC CERTIFIED PRODUCT: Food To Live Organic Pinto Beans are GMO-free.
- LONG-TERM STORAGE FOOD: Buy Organic Pinto Beans bulk as they store for months and don't require special conditions.
- DELICIOUS FOOD: Make organic refried pinto beans, stews, chili, soups, and burritos grind them into gluten-free flour.
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11.57 x 6.65 x 17.32 inches
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