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Beans

Beans

  • $7.49

    These American beans are traditionally used in casseroles, and work well in soups or tossed with pasta.

    1 lb.
  • $8.89

    These quick cooking, nutritious lentils are ideal for stuffing eggplant or roasted red pepper, or in winter soups.

    1 lb.
  • $8.79

    Simmer this healthy mix in soups and stews, or bake with roasted vegetables.

    1 lb.
  • $5.59

    These easy lentils do not require soaking and have a quick cooking time. Use them in soups and salads for a good source of protein and fiber.

    1 lb.
  • $8.99

    Great as a meat substitute, these can be used to stuff vegetables, and winter soups. They have a high nutritional value and a quick cooking time.

    1 lb.
  • $8.59

    With a flavor similar to nutty, rich grains, these peas are often used in Indian cuisine, blended with lentils in a soupy curry dish, combined with rice, or in coconut broth with spicy peppers.

  • $6.39

    These are a versatile bean, used in chili, stews, dips, salsa and refried beans.

    1 lb.
  • $8.59

    These pinto bean hybrids are tender in texture, and have an almost tangy, strong flavor. Often asked for in southwestern recipes, try supplementing them into any cuisine,

    1 lb.
  • $8.59

    This quick cooking bean works well in cold salads and mixed with colored rice.

    1 lb.
  • $6.59

    Most commonly used to thicken soups, these usually break. This also lends them well for adding to spreads, dips, casseroles, and stuffing.

    1 lb.
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  • $6.39

    These peas should not be soaked before cooking, and will usually break. They are commonly used to thicken soups, add to casseroles, stuffings, or blend into spreads or dips.

    1 lb.
  • $20.99

    Tarbais beans are traditionally used for French cassoulets for their subtle taste and thin skin.

    1 lb.
  • $8.89

    These beans absorb other flavors well, lending them to cassoulets, stew, soups, and casseroles. Or try them in a cold bean salad.

    1 lb.

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