Roasted Fava Beans (Unsalted)
Our Customers Thought
I mix the unsalted fava beans with the Spanish Cocktail mix to balance the salty with the unsalted snack to my liking. LOVE the fava beans by themselves too.Paricia, Van Nuys, CA
Another Japanese favorite - but with less sodium.Michael, Honolulu, HI
Love it! Indeed!xin, Decatur, IL
Amazing product and amazing customer service.Kelly, Fort Lauderdale, FL
This was a new taste adventure for me. I like them - wound up adding some salt to themDonna, Pierce City, MO
Tried your seasoning ones first and I think I'll stick to those from now on! Plain isn't bad but --flavor is much tastier!! :)Megan, Towson, MD
Fava beans as a snack - interesting! I never thought they would be anywhere close to edible this way! When my Mom roasts fava beans at her house for our St. Joseph's Altars they just smell awful! BUT, these are really tasty! I bet I will be placing another order with ya'll in a few days!Stephen, Danbury, TX
Love the crunch. My dad use to buy these nuts for our family, so this brought back many joyful memories of my younger years. My sister & I both enjoyed these & our memories.Rose, Clinton, PA
A little oily, a little dry, but they sort-of taste, well, bacon-y!Martha, Beacon, NY
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Broad bean, vegetable oil. Packaged in the same facility as peanuts, tree nuts, wheat, soy, and milk products.
Serving size 33g (~1.2 oz.)
|Amount per serving|
|Calories from Fat||80|
Store in a cool dry place for up to 6 months. It is ok to refrigerate.
Country of origin: China