ORGANIC LENTILS, beluga, black
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Botanical Name: Lens culinaris
Country of Origin: USA / Canada
Production: Beluga lentils are a type of small, black lentil, which supposedly get their name from their resemblance to Beluga caviar. They are grown in the cool, dry climates of Canada and America's Northern plains.
Qualities: they are considered the most nutritious variety of lentils. One half cup of uncooked black lentils provides about 26g protein, 18g fiber, 100mg calcium, 8mg iron, and 960mg potassium.
Common Use: depending on your cooking methods, they take approximately 25 minutes to cook and are delicious in soups, as lentil salads, or side dishes.
Storage: Store in a cool, dark, and dry place.
Disclaimer: This information is for educational purposes only and has not been evaluated by the CFIA or FDA. It is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. This product has been packaged in the same facility as peanuts, tree nuts, wheat, soy, and other potential allergens.
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Didn't taste any difference
I confess, I bought 'em because they were pretty. But they didn't taste any different to me than other lentils - they tasted as good as other lentils, but I get a peppery taste from French Lentils, at least the ones from OM Foods, that I particularily like. I notice that all the lentils from here are exceptionally clean, no pebbles or refuse in them :-) I use them for making veggie burgers, and for breakfast I usually have a lentil salad with olive oil, tzatziki, and minced tomatoes, celery,and corn. I started to eat lentils on my endocrineologist's advice becaue as a vegan I was getting only 1.5% protein, and after changing my diet I am getting 48% :-)
Tasty, black, spicy and clean
These lentils have been well cleaned, are very black and shiny and tasty and turn the water they are boiled in black as well. Make a great lentil soup/stew. A really nice staple alone or mixed with other grains/legumes/seeds and stuff.