Bob's Red Mill, Pinto Beans, 27 oz (765 g)
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Make a Big Batch and Freeze!
4 people found the following review helpful
Posted by rabbit on Aug 16, 2012
These pinto beans are delicious in so many recipes. I love them in tacos and burritos, as a topping for nachos, in vegetable soups and chili, and even in pasta with tomato sauce and sauteed zucchini. They add a nice amount of healthy protein to any meal. After being cooked, they are tender and very tasty. You can season them however you like as they are cooking. Sometimes, I add salt and a little bit of unprocessed sugar to the cooking water to slightly enhance their natural flavor. They freeze very well, so if you are like me and don't like to cook beans all the time because they take such a long time to cook, make a big batch and freeze in several small containers. This way you can use as much or as little as you like whenever you want without the time-consuming process of cooking them on the spot.
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1 person found the following review helpful
Posted by Reviewer1935322 on Oct 03, 2011
Pinto beans are one of my favorite beans especially with cornbread. Thanks The taste is exceptional
Posted by Veronika-and-Tobias on Dec 02, 2011
The beans are large, beautifully marbled and cook to a tender perfection - wonderful!
Good Standard Beans
Posted by Reviewer2242883 on Dec 12, 2011
Cooked a batch for Mexican food and came out well.
Posted by Reviewer1100441 on Dec 03, 2013
these are good beans. they average about one bad bean per bag, and there are no rocks. this is the real stuff