Organic Sprouted Black Beans are delicious, filling and easy to prep! Small in size but mighty in nutrients, these sprouted beans pack nearly a days worth of tummy-filling fiber and immune-boosting antioxidants that are easier to absorb than conventional black beans. Make them into a meatless main in a savory stack of black bean burgers or mix them into a spicy homemade salsa for a savory snack!
How to Cook Organic Sprouted Black Beans
Prior to cooking the beans, soak them in water overnight. Drain prior to cooking. Transfer the beans to a cooking pot and cover them with about an inch of water. Bring them to a boil over high heat, and then reduce the heat to a simmer. Cook the beans for one hour, at which point you can check to see if they’re done. Cook until tender, yet firm.
Sprouted Foods in a Nutshell
New to sprouted foods? Let us plant the seed for ya! In fact, each little granule of this product started out as seeds; think tree nuts, grains or legumes. Unlike the standard seed growing process, sprouted seeds are germinated, which means they’re soaked and rinsed until they grow small tail-like ends. At that point, enzymes within the plant are activated and the sprouted seed reaches its full nutrient potential; meaning it contains more fiber, protein and nutrients than unsprouted plants.
Why Shout For Sprouts:
- Easy to digest
- Packed with easy-to-absorb vitamins, minerals and antioxidants
- Reduces inflammation
- Great for gluten sensitive diets
- Taste just as delicious as unsprouted foods
- Great for snacking, cooking and baking
Ratings & Reviews
These beans never bother me. Every other bean bothers my stomach. I love them. Best tasting beans alsoDeborah, Southbury, CT
Due to the sprouting many of the beans have lost their color.Lisa, Knoxville, TN
Organic Sprouted Black Beans Packaged in the same facility as peanuts, tree nuts, soy, and milk products.
Serving size 45g (~1.6 oz.)
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|Calories from Fat||8|