From spicy Mexican dishes to sweet Southern sides, our Organic Sprouted Pinto Beans are as tasty and filling as they are easy-to-use. Sprouted for double the protein, iron and potassium than their unsprouted siblings, these magic beans make an energizing and filling pantry pick. Try them in a hearty vegetarian chili, a loaded taco salad or savory bean dip.
How to Cook Organic Sprouted Pinto Beans
Soak the beans overnight to reduce cooking time. Drain and transfer them to a large cooking pot. Cover the beans with an inch of water and bring them to a boil over medium-high heat. Once the beans have reached a boil, reduce the heat to low and let simmer. The lid can be removed for firm beans, or left ajar for a softer consistency. Let the beans cook for about an hour, and then check for desired doneness.
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
First time trying sprouted pinto beans. I am aware sprouted anything is higher in nutrition than the non-sprouted items.Thomas, Harrisburg, PA
I’m not even a bean eater & I like these! My husband thinks they’re the best he’s ever had.Mr., Maryville, TN
Used pinto beans to make chili turned out really good. First time I used sprouted beans.Deborah, Rochester Hills, MI
Organic Sprouted Pinto 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|